Jim Rodgers, Chairman
Senior Vice President, Summit Community Bank, Martinsburg
After graduating from UVA in 1981, Mr. Rodgers worked at Southeast Bank for ten years before moving back to Martinsburg. He is now a Senior VP of Commercial Lending with Summit Community Bank. Throughout his career, he has been active in the community. He has been involved as a volunteer with many local organizations, including the United Way, Chamber of Commerce, Martinsburg Planning Commission, Blue Ridge Community College, and the Martinsburg Rotary Club.
Vicki R. Jenkins, Vice Chairman/Treasurer
Retired Director/Principal James Rumsey Technical Institute
Retired as the Director/Principal of James Rumsey Technical Institute (2013) and as a consultant for the West Virginia Department of Education (2019), where she was inducted into the Career and Technical Hall of Fame and selected as Outstanding CTE Administrator in 2013. Vicki is a graduate of Shepherd College with a Master’s Degree from WVU. She was named Morgan County “Teacher of the Year” and “WV Home Economics Teacher of the Year”. She is a 2017 Girl Scout Woman of Distinction and the 2017 HHS Outstanding Alumni. Vicki is a graduate of the Leadership Berkeley Program. Vicki is also a CASA of the Eastern Panhandle volunteer. She loves working with PHHI because of their faithful and dedicated service to the community.
Charlotte Anderson, RN, Ph.D, Secretary
Professor Emerita, Shepherd University Department of Nursing Education
Dr. Anderson, Professor Emerita, retired from the Shepherd University Department of Nursing Education in 2010. Although retired, Dr. Anderson continues to work as an adjunct professor in the School of Nursing at Shepherd University. She received her BS Nursing from Eastern Mennonite University and her MS, Nursing, and PhD from George Mason University. She also received a Master of Education with a concentration in Counselor Education from James Madison University.
John A. Draper, Jr., M.D.
Dr. Draper is a board-certified Orthopedic Surgeon who retired at the end of 2017. He has been working with the Good Samaritan Free Clinic since March 2020. Dr. Draper received his medical degree in 1976 from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine after serving in the US Army. His post graduate training was at Grady Memorial Hospital and Orthopedic Surgery Residency was at Emory University Affiliated Hospital in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Draper became a Fellow with the American College of Surgeons in October 1992. He served as Chairman, Department of Surgery at WVU Hospitals – East in 2011 and was President of the Medical Staff from January 2012 to December 2013.
Jamie L. Hill, Esquire
Jamie Hill, an attorney specializing in estate planning and elder law, is affiliated with the Law Office of Heather Dern Myers, PLLC in Martinsburg, WV. Licensed in both West Virginia and Georgia, she holds a bachelor’s and MBA from Emory University in Atlanta, GA, and is a graduate of the Georgia State University College of Law. A Berkeley County native, Jamie Hill attended Martinsburg High School, where she excelled both academically and athletically. In addition to her legal qualifications, she is a licensed CPA and an active member of the Sunrise Rotary Club of Martinsburg
Mr. Lockcuff has over 25 years of experience in healthcare Accounting and Finance operations. Todd brings forth experience from both the For-Profit and Not-For-Profit healthcare settings. He holds an MBA in Healthcare Management, and Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with concentration in Accounting. He is also a Board Certified Fellow with the American College of Healthcare Executives. Todd is a veteran of the US Army and Army Reserves and he has served on many community boards throughout his career.
Judith Miller Jones
Consultant and Founding Director, National Health Policy Forum
Ms. Jones directed the National Health Policy Forum at the George Washington University from 1972 through early 2016 guiding the Forum’s educational programming. She has chaired Healthier Jefferson County, a group dedicated to improving public health and medical care in the Eastern Panhandle, and she helped to found Good Shepherd Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers.