CBF Honors Incoming
and Rotating Board Members
Keith Campbell, former Chairman of the Board,
stepped down from his position effective
January 19 after a distinguished four-year tenure
at the helm of the organization and 10 years as
a trustee. (See facing page for the full story.)
Michael J. Hanley of Washington, D.C., steps
down this year from CBF’s Board of Trustees
after having served as a trustee and executive
committee member since 2002, and chairing
CBF’s Marketing and Communications Task
Force in 2004. He will join CBF’s Presidents
Advisory Council. Mr. Hanley is President of
the Hanley Foundation and former Chairman
of Hanley-Wood, Inc., the premier business/information company serving the homebuilding industry. He has also served
as board member of Bill Publishing Corporation and the
Business Press Educational Foundation. He was a visiting professor at George Washington University in a special course on
S. Decker Anstrom of Washington, D.C., joins
CBF’s Board of Trustees after having served as
the President of Landmark Communications
Inc. (Norfolk, Virginia) from 2002 through
2008. Prior to that, he served as the CEO and
President of The Weather Channel Companies
from 1991 to 2001. He served as EVP and
subsequently President and Chief Executive
Officer of the National Cable Television Association (NCTA) in
Washington, D.C., from 1987 to 1999. Previously he worked
at and was later President of Public Strategies, and served in
the Carter Administration as a senior staff member in the Office
of Management and Budget and later as an Assistant Director
of the White House Office of Presidential Personnel. Mr.
Anstrom is a board member of the Comcast Corporation,
Climate Central, the National Environmental Education
Foundation, the Institute for Educational Leadership, and
Board Chairman of Island Press. He is an alumnus and Trustee
Emeritus of Macalester College.
Arnold I. Richman of Baltimore, Maryland, serves
as Partner and Chairman of The Shelter Group.
Prior to joining Shelter in 1995, Mr. Richman
spent 25 years as a partner of Meridian
Healthcare, where he held a number of executive positions. Mr. Richman is a board member
of the Institute for Christian and Jewish
Studies; Baltimore Community Foundation;
University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Johns Hopkins
Medicine; The Baltimore Equitable Society; and Cristo Rey Jesuit
High School. Mr. Richman earned his B.A. in psychology from
the University of Maryland. Mr. Richman is a member of the
Audit and Finance Committee.
Anne B. Shumadine of Norfolk, Virginia, comes
to CBF’s Board of Trustees as Chairman and
Founder of Signature Financial Management.
She is a past Chairman of the ACCESS College
Foundation, a former Trustee of the Chrysler
Museum, and a Fellow of the Virginia Law
Foundation. She also serves as a Trustee of
Virginia Wesleyan University and a member of
the Board of Visitors of Eastern Virginia Medical School.
Additionally, she is Director of the Economics Club of Hampton
Roads, former Chair of Old Dominion University Educational
Foundation Investment Committee, a Member of the Business
Leadership Council at Wellesley College, and a former member
of the Advisory Board of the William and Mary Tax Conference.
In 2002, she was appointed to serve as one of three advisors to
oversee former Governor Mark Warner’s blind trust. Ms.
Shumadine is a graduate of Wellesley College and the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary.
Susan P. Wilmerding of Haverford, Pennsylvania,
comes to CBF’s Board of Trustees as an environmentalist, the Chairman of the Conservation
Committee of the Garden Club of America, a
board member of Friends of the Wissahickon
(where she also serves as Chair of the
Conservation Committee), and a board member
of Audubon Pennsylvania. She is a former board
member of the Shipley School and Bartram’s Garden. Ms.
Wilmerding attended Wellesley College and is a graduate of the
University of Pennsylvania. In 2004 she received a Masters degree
in Environmental Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.