Ronald McDonald House Announces 2022 Board, Welcomes New Members

Friday, January 14th, 2022

Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire, a leading nonprofit caring for critically ill children and their parents, has announced our new Board of Directors who will help lead the organization in the upcoming year: Dr. Brad Buckler Periatrix Medical Group, Stacy Jennings Savannah Chatham County Public School Systems and Thomas Farray Hancock Askew & CO.


The three new board members join the RMHC Board of Directors which includes: Executive Board - President Amy Ariano Gulfstream Aerospace, Vice President Governance/Planning Gennie Long Attorney Meyer & Sayer, LLP, Vice President Programs/Operations Nina Gompels McDonald’s (Retired), Treasurer Heather Stabbe Hancock Askew & CO, Secretary Lynn Brennan U.S. Customs & Boarder Protection (Retired) and Past President Rebecca Page- South State Bank.  Board members include- Alicia Briscoe Savannah Lodging, Ashley Dodd McDonald’s, Carter Eubank McDonald’s, Heather Newsome Children’s Hospital, John Palmaccio McDonald’s, David Pence of Allstate Insurance & Woof Gang Bakery, Lisa Pinyan LS3P Dawson, Jackie Schott Downtown Business Association, Cherie Scoggins Disabilities & Special Needs Beaufort County, and Lisa Dean (Board Emeritus) Synovus Trust (Retired).


“We are so blessed to have these talented and well-accomplished individuals on the RMH Board,” RMH CEO and Executive Director Billy Sorochak said. “They will bring a fresh perspective to our board and help us achieve our mission of caring for critically ill and injured children and their families here in the Coastal Empire.