John Randolph Foundation Board of Trustees

Linda M. Ault


Linda Ault has been a nurse in the Tri-Cities area for over 30 years. She received a Diploma in Nursing from the Riverside Hospital School of Professional Nursing followed by a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Masters in Nursing from the University of Virginia. Mrs. Ault was employed at John Randolph Medical Center from 1985 until 2010 and currently works at the Ashland plant in Hopewell. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Virginia Nurses Association and is a former Board member and Past President of the Virginia Board of Nursing.
Elisa S. Carraway - John Randolph Foundation Vice President

Elisa S. Carraway

Vice President

Elisa Carraway is a lifelong resident of Hopewell. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and taught in the Hopewell Public School System for ten years. She left education and joined her husband to start Carraway Glass Company, Inc. which they owned and operated for more than 24 years. Mrs. Carraway is involved with many local civic activities and organizations.

Brenda M. Hayes


A lifelong resident of Hopewell, Brenda Hayes retired from Honeywell (formerly Allied Signal) with more than 30 years of service. She is a graduate of Carter G. Woodson High School and attended Virginia State University. Active in the community, she has served on the Hopewell Bicentennial Committee and the Hopewell School Board.

Diane H. Parr


Diane Parr is the Treasurer of Richmond Corrugated, Inc. and is a Certified Public Accountant. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Richmond. Mrs. Parr currently serves as the Treasurer of the Kiwanis Club of Hopewell as well as the Treasurer for First United Methodist Church.
Jerry A. Williams - John Randolph Foundation President

Jerry A. Williams

Immediate Past President

A lifelong resident of Hopewell, Jerry Williams graduated from Hopewell High School and attended Richard Bland College. Mr. Williams retired from Verizon Communications in 2000 after 32 years. Active in the community, he is an Elder and Trustee of Woodlawn Presbyterian Church, President of the Hopewell Emergency Crew, member of Hopewell Prince George Crime Solvers, Past President and Board member of Hopewell Lions Club, and past Chairman of Hopewell Clean City Commission. In 2014 Mr. Williams was inducted into the Hopewell Senior Citizen Hall of Fame for his work as President of Camp Happy Acres, Woodlawn Neighborhood Watch Coordinator, Election Officer, and Red Cross Board member and volunteer.

Andrew A. Clark


Andrew Clark is a licensed agent and partner with Ligon L. Jones Insurance Services Inc. where he holds the Accredited Advisor in Insurance and Construction Risk Insurance Specialist designations. He graduated from Hopewell High School and James Madison University with a BS in Economics. He serves on the Boards of Historic Hopewell Foundation Inc., the Hopewell Emergency Crew Inc., and the Hopewell Saltwater Anglers Club. Mr. Clark is an active volunteer and has served on several other Boards and Commissions in the Tri-Cities area.

Brad Kaufman


Brad Kaufman retired in 2014 from a 35 year career in the banking industry. A lifelong resident of Hopewell, Mr. Kaufman is a graduate of Hopewell High School and Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Business Administration. Mr. Kaufman has volunteered with the Hopewell Emergency Crew, Hopewell Prince George Crime Solvers, the Industrial Authority of Hopewell, and the Youth Academy of Performing Arts at First Baptist Church in Hopewell.

Judith Smith


Judith Smith has worked for Crater Planning District Commission for over 28 years. She is a graduate of Virginia State University with a BS in Business Education and Office Management. Ms. Smith also serves as the Church Administrator and Community Outreach Coordinator for Abundant Life Christian Center International in Hopewell. She volunteers with the Hopewell Redevelopment and Housing Authority’s Family Self Sufficiency Committee and Hope House, a homeless shelter in Hopewell.

Jerry S. Warren


Jerry Warren is a Director and Chief Technologist for Dominion Voltage Inc., a Dominion Resources company. He has over 16 years of experience in the Electric Utility industry. Mr. Warren is a graduate of Hopewell High School and Radford University with a BS in Geography. He served on the Prince George County School Board from 2012-2015 and was Vice Chairman in 2015. Mr. Warren volunteers for youth recreational sports in the Tri-Cities area. He and his wife Mary Ginny have three children who attend Prince George Schools.

Mike L. Williams


Mike Williams is the Plant Manager of James River Cogeneration Company, a position he has held since 1993. He is an active volunteer in the community and serves as Vice President of the Hopewell-Prince George United Way, Treasurer of the Hopewell Manufacturers Association, and is a member of the Hopewell Community and Industry Panel.