Board of Trustees

Officers

Drexel Harris, Chair | Retired | Richmond, Virginia
Ronald O. White, Vice-Chair | Southside Electric Cooperative | Chesterfield, Virginia
James L. Weinberg, Secretary | Hirschler | Richmond, Virginia

Members

The Honorable Jennifer McClellan | General Assembly | Richmond, Virginia
Michael Pace Jr. |Center for Teaching the Rule of Law | Roanoke, Virginia
Joy Cabarrus Speakes | Moton Council Representative | Farmville, Virginia
The Honorable A.D. “Chuckie Reid” | Moton Council Representative | Farmville, Virginia
Cynthia E. Hudson | Sands Anderson PC | Richmond, Virginia

Ex-Officio Members

Cameron Patterson | Executive Director, Moton Museum | Farmville, Virginia

Bylaws of the Moton Museum

Moton Council

The Moton Council is the Museum’s community engagement board.

Officers

The Honorable A.D. “Chuckie” Reid, Chair | Representing Town of Farmville
The Honorable Megan Clark, Vice-Chair| At-Large Member
Cynthia L. Johnson, Secretary & Programs Chair | At Large Member
Sherry Swinson, Governance Chair | Representing Longwood University
Joy Cabarrus Speakes, Moton Family Challenge Chair | Moton Council Representative to the Board of Trustees
Michael Utzinger, Collections Chair | Representing Hampden-Sydney College

Members

Rita Odom Moseley | Representing Prince Edward County Students, 1959-1964
Magi Van Eps | Representing Virginia’s Crossroads
Dr. Barbara Johnson | Representing Prince Edward County Public Schools
Dennis Brown | Representing Centra Southside Community Hospital
The Honorable Jerry Townsend | Representing Prince Edward County
Chance Reynolds | Representing Fuqua School
Anne Tyler Paulek| Representing Farmville Area Chamber of Commerce
Dr. Wendy Lyle-Jones | Representing Prince Edward County Branch NAACP
Melvin Nunnally | At Large Member
Beatrice White | At Large Member
Eboni Lee | At Large Member
Joy Stump | At Large Member
Louise Gould | At Large Member
Quincy Goodine | At Large Member

Emeritus Members

Dorothy Holcomb
Edwilda Allen Isaac
Charlie Taylor
Grace Moton

Bylaws of the Moton Museum