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Three Women Join Local United Way Board

By Christina Haley O'Neal, posted Jul 4, 2017
Gina Andrews
United Way of the Cape Fear Area recently welcomed three new business and community leaders to its board.

Gina Andrews, Stacy Ankrum and Ruth Ravitz Smith, have joined the United Way of Cape Fear Area (UWCFA) Board of Directors, according to a press release from the local nonprofit organization.

“These respected individuals volunteer their time and talents to help United Way create long-lasting, positive change to improve lives and strengthen our local community,” officials said in the release.

Andrews is the Business Development Director for Atlantic Bay Mortgage Group, a privately held national mortgage banking group headquartered in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Smith (left) is the chief communications officer for New Hanover County, and Ankrum has the role of senior vice president of commercial banking at First Citizens Bank.

The new board members join a list of 20 other business and community leaders currently serving the UWCFA’s board.

The UWCFA has a mission to impact the community by providing resources to meet the most critical needs of residents in New Hanover, Pender, Brunswick and Columbus counties.
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