Amy DuboisDr. Melissa MasonMike Jenkins
During the September meeting of Rappahannock Community College’s Educational Foundation, six new members were introduced and welcomed to the Board of Directors.
Board members may serve for two consecutive three year terms. The board consists of a diverse group of people spanning the 12 counties serviced by RCC who oversee and contribute to the foundation’s assets, goals and mission.Among these new board members are Amy Dubois and Dr. Melissa Mason, both of Mathews, and Mike Jenkins of Gloucester.
Dubois is chairman of the Mathews County Board of Supervisors. She is a professional project and contracts manager who has worked for government contractors of all sizes for over 30 years. Dubois has helped small businesses win and manage government contracts in many industries. Currently, she is the director of the contractor management office for a small disabled veteran-owned business who largely provides services to the Veterans Administrat...
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