Foundation Spotlights: Leaders & Volunteers

Marshand Hager

GGF has developed strong partnerships with local leaders to stand up for the LGBTQ community and make Greensboro an inclusive and comfortable home for all people.

Board Member Gary Palmer

One of GGF’s biggest contributions to the people of Greensboro is its provision of a community that is comfortable enough for them to stand up and proudly proclaim who they are.

Shane Burton

In Guilford Green’s 15 years of granting history, the foundation has given more than $700,000 to local organizations in Guilford County and the surrounding Triad areas.

Sandra O’Connor

Guilford Green has grown into a community foundation that supports a variety of projects, from the Triad Pride Men’s Chorus to efforts to stop bullying in schools.

Melissa Greer

Guilford Green makes it easy to sell Greensboro as a progressive, welcoming, and inclusive place to live.

Lee Huggins

In the past 12 years, GGF has evolved from just a concept to a hard-working group of people who are making significant strides in the Greensboro community.

Ivey Ghee – Getting Involved

The Friendship Fund Drive aids in furthering the sustainability of GGF, so that Guilford Green can continue to support the Greensboro community.

Ivey Ghee – Giving

The Five Dollar Campaign is just one of the many ways that GGF makes it easy to monetarily support the organization’s mission.

Board Co-Chair Harvey Lineberry

I’m Harvey Lineberry. I’m Assistant Dean for Human Resources in the School of Medicine at UNC-Chapel Hill. I lived in Greensboro since they early `80s

Former Board Co-Chair Cile Johnson

As a successful foundation of its kind in a small southern city, GGF is a model for the rest of the country in promoting diversity.