Endowment Board Adds Members
KHADIJIA TRIBIÉ REID and EDELMIRA SEGOVIA joined the New Hanover Community Endowment board, which grew to thirteen members.
The board announced last month that Tribié Reid and Segovia were chosen from the pool of thirty-four applicants who applied for the two seats when the process opened in February.
“Reid and Segovia will join 11 other dedicated community members on the Endowment Board beginning March 11, and will enhance the board’s efforts in racial justice and equity, public health, and service to underserved communities,” the announcement stated.
Physician Tribié Reid (above) is the pediatric medical director for MedNorth Community Health Center and vice chair of New Hanover Regional Medical Center’s pediatrics department. She also serves as the governor’s appointee on the North Carolina Partnership for Children’s board.
Segovia is director of Centro Hispano at the University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion. Segovia is co-chair of the UNCW Latino Alliance of Southeastern North Carolina. She recently joined the founding team for the Latin American Business Council, a program out of the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce.
The new endowment board is responsible for managing about $1.25 billion from proceeds of the sale of New Hanover Regional Medical Center to Novant Health. The sale of the county-owned hospital closed February 1.
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