CBF Honors Returning
and New Honorary Board Members
BILL PORTLOCK/CBF STAFF
D. Keith Campbell of Baltimore, Maryland, is
the Founder and Chairman of Campbell
& Company. Mr. Campbell is Chairman of
the Keith Campbell Foundation for the
Environment, a 501(c)( 3) corporation, dedicat-
ed to finding solutions to the environmental
problems facing us in the Chesapeake Bay and
beyond. He also serves on the boards of the
Michael J. Hanley of Washington, D.C., is the
President of the Hanley Foundation and the
retired Chairman of Hanley-Wood, Inc. He has
served on the boards of American Business
Press; Bill Publishing Corporation; Business
Publications Audit of Circulation, Inc.; and the
Business Press Educational Foundation.
Currently, he sits on the board of CSP Business
Media. Mr. Hanley has also served as a visiting professor at George
Washington University, where he taught a special course on publishing, and he was a co-sponsor for Arundel Habitat for
Humanity’s special Annapolis Senate housing project. Mr. Hanley
rejoins CBF’s Board of Trustees in 2013 after having previously
served as a Trustee from 2002 through 2011, including as a member of the President’s Advisory Council from 2011 through 2012.
Harry T. Lester, of Virginia Beach, Virginia, will
soon be retiring as President of Eastern Virginia
Medical School. He serves on the boards of
Lynnhaven River NOW, Hampton Roads
Community Foundation, Hampton Roads
Partnership, Greater Norfolk Corporation,
Virginia Beach Vision, and TowneBank. Mr.
Lester rejoins CBF’s Board of Trustees in 2013
after serving as a Trustee from 2004 through 2009, and as a member of the President’s Advisory Council from 2010 through 2012.
Marie Ridder of McLean, Virginia, is a retired
journalist. She serves on the boards of American
Rivers and the Piedmont Environmental
Council. Additionally, Ms. Ridder is an emeritus
board member at the Trust for Public Land, a
member of the Brookings Council of the
Brookings Institute, and a member of the
National Council of the World Wildlife Fund.
She previously served as Chairman of the Virginia Council on the
Environment and the Virginia State Parks Commission, as well as
Secretary to the National Park Advisory Board. Ms. Ridder is now an
Honorary Trustee starting in 2013, having served on CBF’s Board of
Trustees since 1993, including as a member of the Executive
Committee and the Nominating & Governance Committee.
James E. Rogers of Richmond, Virginia, is
Chairman of BackOffice Associates. He serves on
the boards of Mohawk Paper Mills, Inc.; New
Market Corporation; Owens and Minor, Inc; PPC
Industries; Pregis Corporation; Printpack, Inc.;
and Service Center Metals, Inc. Additionally, Mr.
Rogers is a member of the Council of Advisors at
the George C. Marshall Foundation. Mr. Rogers is
now an Honorary Trustee starting in 2013, having served on CBF’s
Board of Trustees since 2003, including as Vice Chair from 2005
through 2012 and a member of the Executive, Audit & Finance,
and Nominating & Governance Committees.