Two new members of the Historic Hope Foundation Board of Directors were elected in December, Nayland Collier and Glenwood Mitchell.
Glenwood Mitchell is a resident of Windsor and has spent his entire professional career as an educator in Bertie County. He has served in various capacities with Bertie County Schools over the years, including teacher, principal, and Assistant Superintendent. He was asked to come out of retirement several years ago to assume the role of principal of the new Bertie High School STEM School. He was the Bertie County Relay for Life co-chairman for several years, is a member of the Bertie Memorial Hospital Directors Council, and has been a member of the Board of Directors in the past.
Nayland Collier is a retired Public Health Veterinarian and previously served on the Board of Directors. He is currently involved in a number of public service activities including Chair of the Bertie County Planning Board, a volunteer for Esquires for Education, the Good Shepard Pantry, and is involved in a Continuation Education reading program. He is also an accomplished alto saxophonist.