Raleigh, NC, May 29, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Lori K. Lee, executive director of Me Fine Foundation, Inc., has announced that Jennifer D. Terry, senior vice president of Paragon Commercial Bank, has been named president of the board of advisors for the organization. As president, Terry will oversee the board’s efforts to provide professional guidance and community support to the organization. Me Fine Foundation is a nonprofit organization that provides assistance to families with children at Duke Children’s Hospital and the North Carolina Children’s Hospital at UNC.
“We are delighted to have Jennifer as president of the organization’s board of advisors,” said Lisa Valentino, director of development for the Me Fine Foundation. “With her successful background, she will be a valuable asset in gaining community support and the resources necessary to assist families in need.”
“I am honored to be named president of the Me Fine Foundation Board of Advisors,” said Terry. “My experience with the organization thus far has been very inspirational, and I look forward to contributing to the ongoing efforts of assisting these deserving families.”
About Jennifer D. Terry:
Jennifer D. Terry is senior vice president of Paragon Commercial Bank as well as a client development officer calling on commercial and industrial accounts. Terry brings more than 20 years of sales leadership experience in personal and commercial banking to Paragon. She is a graduate of Trinity University in Washington, D.C. and has spent a majority of her professional life in the Triangle community. Terry has been recognized by the Triangle Business Journal’s Women in Business Award as well as Business Leader Magazine’s Women Extraordinaire Award.
About the Me Fine Foundation Inc.:
The Me Fine Foundation Inc. is a nonprofit organization that provides assistance for children and families at the Duke Children’s Hospital and the North Carolina Children’s Hospital at UNC. The foundation was founded by friends and family of Folden Lee, IV, who was diagnosed with AML Leukemia in May of 2003. During his 15-month battle with this disease, Folden’s family found that along with the tremendous stress of caring for a child with a life-threatening illness, most families struggle with overwhelming medical costs as well as personal outpatient housing and living expenses while their child is undergoing treatment. The Me Fine Foundation, Inc. is dedicated to relieving these families of this added stress as they face these life-changing challenges. For more information, please call (919) 202-0086 or visit http://www.mefinefoundation.org/
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