The Citizens’ Outreach Committee is charged with building broad public support for PNK2030 because serving the present and anticipated needs of NKC’s citizenry is the sole rationale for the Partnership’s existence.
Ms. Martin was an active volunteer in the Industry Advisory Council (IAC) since its inception an organization of Industry leaders designed to assist and partner with Government leaders in areas like acquisition. She served on the IAC Executive Board for six years.
Ms. Martin received a number of awards and recognition over her 40 years of service but the ones she is proudest of is being awarded on two separate occasions the “Federal 100” Award presented by Federal Computer Week to the top 100 Government and Industry Leaders in the Information Technology Industry for outstanding accomplishments above and beyond their normal job.
Since moving to New Kent, Ms. Martin has been active with the Four Seasons Homeowners Association and is currently a member of their Long-Range Planning Committee. She has also volunteered countless hours to LaSertoma, an International non-profit organization that provides community service. Ms Martin was named International LaSertoma of the Year for 2018, in recognition for outstanding work within the community.
Ms. Martin attended Averett University, Danville, VA. After that she attended a special program at George Washington University graduate level courses in Automated Data Processing; the program was sponsored by the U.S. Army. Upon completion Ms. Martin worked as a Computer Specialist for the U.S. Army in the Pentagon and Ft Belvoir, VA.
Ms. Martin was born in Washington, D.C. and grew up in Arlington, VA. She lived and worked in Northern Virginia until six years ago when she relocated to New Kent, VA.
During her 13 years with the Foundation for International Meetings, Ms. Noland traveled the world taking top management on inspection visits to select international destinations for their respective organization/association offshore meetings. These visits entailed interacting with both country and city dignitaries.
Ms. Noland also formed her company in the 1980s, A&R Associates, which, when active, contracted for association meeting management and overall organizational outsourcing programs. While currently dormant, the company is still a viable entity and has continued to be so since its inception.
Born in Charleston, WV, Ms. Noland, whose father was a minister, lived in many places in her youth, including three years in Venezuela where her family served as missionaries. After graduating from high school, she moved to the Washington, DC metro area to attend a church-sponsored college in Maryland and resided in Northern Virginia thereafter.
In 2015, Ms. Noland retired and relocated from Alexandria, VA to New Kent, VA, where she resides at Four Seasons at New Kent. Since moving to the area, she has served on the HOA Long Range Planning Committee and the Outreach Committee.
April currently volunteers at the Surgical Center of Memorial Regional Hospital Center in Mechanicsville, VA.
She settled down in the beautiful State of Virginia and bought her first horse, which by the way she had always wanted since very early childhood but could never have because she lived in the city.
Patti worked at Ball Metal in Williamsburg, 12 hours a day with alternating day & night shifts monthly, to pursue her dream to own a farm and raise, train and ride horses. She retired after 40 years and has accomplished that dream.
Patti is not afraid of hard work. She is determined and thorough and has a positive work ethic. She is a worker bee – tell her what is to be done, turn her loose and watch it happen.
Patti is the owner of FemSole Farm 🐎 located in Barhamsville, Virginia.
Ms Peterson has 30 years of experience as a legal secretary and paralegal mainly in the fields of family law, personal injury, criminal defense, and civil litigation. Through employment assignments, she also became familiar with facets of legalized gambling in the state of New Jersey. Her last professional legal work was with David Whaley in Richmond where she completed eight years of employment before retiring in April 2018.
Terri is a ferocious researcher. Her skills were especially noteworthy during “No Combat Range in NK” community-wide activities.
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