Our Board

  • Mitchell Fulton,

    Friendship Place Board Chair Board of Directors

    Mitch Fulton retired from the Federal government in 2015 after a 34 year civil service career with the Department of the Navy in Financial Management. In March 2010, he was confirmed for selection to the Senior Executive Service (SES) and served in this role as the Comptroller for the Naval Facilities Engineering Command headquarters at the Washington Navy Yard until his retirement in January 2015. In December 2016, Mitch returned to work in his old office to assist with his organization’s efforts to attain clean financial statements. His involvement with Friendship Place began in June 2015 as the congregational representative and board member for Church of the Pilgrims Presbyterian Church. More recently, Mitch helped organize and plan Friendship Place’s 25th Anniversary Celebration at the Washington Convention Center in October 2016.

    Mitch is a native of Bel Air, Maryland. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Michigan. In addition, he has taken post-graduate courses from the University of Baltimore School of Law. In 2012, he completed the Department of the Navy’s Executive Leadership Program at the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School.

  • Monte Monash,

    Vice-Chair Board of Directors
  • Scott Kragie,

    Treasurer Board of Directors
  • Kate Belinski
  • Rosalie Berk*
  • Betty Boyle
  • Ellen Clifford
  • David Cohen
  • David E. DeSantis
  • Michael Durst*
  • Joel Fischman*
  • George Forbes
  • John Forlines
  • Shelley Gilbert
  • Bruce Grimes
  • Chuck Herrick
  • Ted Hirt
  • Elaine Joost
  • Ainsley MacLean
  • Ann Michel
  • Anne Millar
  • Anne Morrison
  • Maura Policelli
  • Nichole Francis Reynolds
  • Nan Roman*
  • Garret Sern*
  • Matt Simeon
  • Harold Sims*
  • Shehnaz Spencer
  • Marjorie Dick Stuart
  • Lynne Tag
  • Eugene Tillman*
  • Suzanne Walker

*Members of the Executive Committee

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