BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Global Good Fund’s Board of Directors is a voluntary fiduciary body responsible for steering The Global Good Fund toward a sustainable future by adopting sound, ethical, and legal governance and financial management policies. The Board of Directors helps ensure The Global Good Fund has adequate resources, support systems, and guidance to advance its mission of exponential impact.
C.E. Andrews is Chief Executive Officer of MorganFranklin Consulting, a business consulting and technology solutions firm. Prior to this role, Mr. Andrews was the President and Chief Operating Officer of RSM McGladrey, an accounting and consulting firm. From 2003 to 2008, Mr. Andrews served in various positions at SLM Corporation (Sallie Mae), including President, Chief Executive Officer, and Chief Financial Officer. Prior to joining Sallie Mae, Mr. Andrews spent approximately 30 years at Arthur Andersen. He served as managing partner for Arthur Andersen's mid-Atlantic region, and was promoted to global managing partner for audit and advisory services in 2002.
Knox Singleton is Chief Executive Officer of Inova Health System, a not-for-profit healthcare system that he has transformed over the last 30 years. Once a small community hospital, Inova now comprises several hospitals, nursing homes, emergency- and urgent-care centers, assisted-living communities, a home health agency, community health and wellness programs, and various community clinics. Its flagship facility, Inova Fairfax Hospital, has been consistently recognized for excellence over the last two decades.
Loretta A. Penn is the president and founder of PECC, an executive coaching and consulting company. She is the former President of Spherion Staffing Services, holding this role from 2008 to 2011 when the company was sold to Randstad. Loretta holds a BS from North Texas University and a Certificate of Studies from Harvard University. She serves on the Board of Directors for TECO Energy, The North Highland Company, Executive Chair of the Board for YUPRO and the Caruth Institute for Learning, Lyle School of Engineering at Southern Methodist University.
Michael Sneed is Vice President, Global Corporate Affairs for Johnson & Johnson and a member of the Corporation’s Management Committee. Michael holds a master’s degree in business administration from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and a bachelor of arts’ degree, cum laude, from Macalester College. He is a member of the board of trustees at Macalester College and a member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of Family Service Association. He also serves on the Executive Committee of the Ad Council. Michael and his wife, Ann, live outside Philadelphia, PA with their three children.
Marc Andersen serves as the International Government & Public Sector Leader for Ernst & Young. Prior to his appointment, Marc created and launched EY's Federal Advisory business. Marc serves on the Youth For Tomorrow Board of Trustees, Boys and Girls Club, Great Falls Rotary, the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation Leadership Council, the Professional Services Council Board of Directors, the Tower Club Board of Governors, the George Mason University School of Business Dean's Council and the High Point University President's Leadership Cabinet.
Fred Thompson, Jr
As CAO at Thompson Hospitality, Fred Thompson is responsible for monitoring and maintaining corporate overhead costs and services, including vendor contracts, subcontracts, commissions and procurement contract negotiations. Fred is also responsible for client relations in the contract food service sector of Thompson Hospitality. Fred Thompson has nearly 20 years experience in purchasing and procurement, having served as small and minority business opportunities coordinator for the city of Newport News, Virginia. He earned a BA in Classical Studies from Hampden-Sydney College and a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Virginia.
Rachael Watson serves as the President and CEO of Every Child Fed, an international non-profit that takes an entrepreneurial approach to establishing sustainable solutions to malnutrition by locally manufacturing the therapeutic food used to treat severely malnourished children. Rachael previously held the position of Community Affairs Executive with Inova Health System, where she spearheaded numerous health and wellness initiatives in partnership with local organizations. Prior to her position with Inova, she lived and worked on children’s issues in nine different countries in Africa and Latin America.
Jeremiah S. Buckley
At BuckleySandler LLP, Jeremiah assists clients with counsel on business formations and acquisitions, risk management, and enforcement matters involving federal and state regulators. He also currently serves as an adjunct associate professor of law at the Washington College of Law at American University. He was named a member of the “2005 BTI Client Service All-Star’s” team for law firms, and was selected for inclusion in both Best Lawyers (2013-2014) and Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business (2008-2014). In Chambers 2014, he is ranked as a Senior Statesman in Financial Services Regulation: Consumer Finance (Compliance).
Carrie Rich is the co-founder and CEO of The Global Good Fund. Built by and for social entrepreneurs, The Global Good Fund was created in 2012 based on the belief that growing leaders is the best strategy for solving complex social problems and achieving global good. Carrie tested the theory behind The Global Good Fund while working as Senior Director of Vision Translation at Inova Health System and teaching as an adjunct faculty member at Georgetown University. There she co-authored, Sustainability for Healthcare Management: A Leadership Imperative, a Handelsblatt's Top 5 Business Book.
Hooks Johnston was the co-founder and a general partner at Valhalla Partners. Over his 25 years as an operating executive, venture investor, and board member, Mr. Johnston has served as the CEO of a venture-backed company, the President of a public software company, managed four venture capital funds totaling $650 million, and served on 17 corporate boards of directors. Mr. Johnston is on the board of SEPATON, Inc. and Five Talents International. Additionally, he serves on the Virginia Innovation and Entrepreneurship Investment Authority and the Inova Healthcare Services Board.
Mr. Johnston passed away on September 4, 2017.