Board of Directors
The Alliance is governed by community service providers from across the
Prince William area.
2023-2024 Board Members
Board Chair TODD MCCORMICK
The House, Inc.
Todd McCormick is Executive Director and founding partner of The House, Inc. a Woodbridge, VA based non-profit. He works closely with The House, Inc.'s Board of Directors and senior staff to accelerate progress and direct out-of-school time initiatives and research in such areas as education, community college prep, low-income parent engagement and long-term poverty tracking, that can have profound effects improving the lives of Greater Washington, DC students in need.
Under his leadership, The House, Inc. was recognized by the 2021-2022 Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington as "One of the Best" nonprofits of the year. Former First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, was the Honorary Chair of The House Student Leadership Center’s 2014, 2015, and 2016 anniversaries.
Todd has a Business Administration degree from The University of Arkansas, an Executive Masters in Leadership from Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business. He also has an education from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Citizen’s Academy.
A few of Todd's many professional accomplishments are listed below:
- Voted 2021 Best Non-Profit Civic Support Worker by the readers of InsideNoVa "Best of Price William" for the eighth consecutive year.
- Joined Stratford University as Adjunct Faculty in its School of Business in 2016.
- Named 2015 Advisory Board member of Stratford University’s School of Business.
- Named 2014 “Forty Under 40,” young professionals to watch by Potomac Local.
- September 2014, named stakeholder member of The White House My Brother’s Keeper Community Challenge Initiative.
- September 2014, named stakeholder to The White House Let’s Move Initiative: America's Move to Raise a Healthier Generation of Kids.
- Serves as a committee member of The Clinton Foundation 20/30.
- Tapped by Assistant Director in Charge, Washington Field Office FBI to coordinate and develop summer internship program for students at the Bureau through the Center’s Job Core.
- Tapped by Deputy Associate Director, Headquarters, U.S. Army Contracting Command to choose the Center’s students as interns at Headquarters.
- Inaugurated National Capital A Cinderella Ball, a free prom, dinner and Ball for Washington, DC area middle and high school students with disabilities and life-threatening illnesses annually at The Willard InterContinental Hotel in Washington, DC. Mayor Adrian M. Fenty recognized this work and gave the Mayor’s Environmental Excellence Award for best practices to The Willard for its collaboration with the Center’s philanthropic platform.
- Conceived and managed disaster recovery efforts included generating 200,000 meals for earthquake victims through
- Designed system which provides the safety net in the creation of The House Student Leadership Center’s Non-Traditional School. First site in the nation to contract with GradPoint for credit accrual and credit recovery for students expelled or suspended for various infractions and crisis situations.
- Board member of Prince William County Healthy Communities Healthy Youth (HCHY)
- November 2012, named Innovative Award Winner from The Potomac Health Foundation Board of Directors for the fully developed and manage creation of Fitting In, a childhood obesity initiative for students and families.
- SUCCESS Magazine featured The House Student Leadership Center, while CNN, The Washington Post, Washington Times, NBC, CBS, FOX and ABC have also featured the work of the Center.
Professional by Design
Professor Jinnae Monroe is an Air Force veteran and CEO of Professionals by Design, LLC and founder of HireGround (501c3) nonprofit, which provides students with workforce development, and post high school support/life skills. She has over 25 years of experience leading Human Resource workplace challenges, Resiliency & Inclusion (onboarding Vets), and Leadership Development for fortune 500 companies. Jinnae teaches Human Resource Staffing, Ethics and Public Speaking courses for Graduate students, for the past 14 years. She also teaches public speaking/presentation skills to Sr. Executives. Jinnae is a keynote speaker to government, education, nonprofit, law firms, and corporate on the topic of Talent Management, Generations in the Workplace, Change Management and Women’s leadership initiatives.
Jinnae has coached the transitional careers for countless veterans, military leaders and spouses across the U.S. Blending best practices in OD concepts, Adult Learning Theories and Change Management, Jinnae has designed and implemented customized curriculum for companies to start succession programs. She has been recognized for saving millions in company’s human resources and retention budgets. Also, recognized for her facilitation work on a Presidential level and ranked #1 lead facilitator among 100+ peers, in a company of 50k employees.
Jinnae is certified in the following Personality Assessments: CPP: FIRO B, 360 Feedback, John Maxwell Coach and Certified International Speaker, Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI), Workplace DiSC facilitator, Five Behaviors, MBTI, PROSCI Change Management, Behavioral Based Interview Structure (BBSI), Generations in the Workplace, Diversity and Inclusion. She is also a Foster/Adoptive parent trainer.
She is a member of the National and Prince William Society for Human Resources, American Training & Development, American Businesswomen, and Leadership Prince William class of 2020. Jinnae serves on several Chamber of Commerce councils, VP of Membership-ToastMasters International, board member- American Red Cross, Ambassador- SpouseLink, Board member- MCPS Education Foundation, and member-Human Trafficking Task Force. Awarded, Nonprofit of the Year, recognized for Emerging Small Business, and Excellence in Business. Jinnae has garnered several 1st Place awards for Toastmasters International.
Vice- Chair Denise Chadwick Wright
Denise Chadwick Wright serves as the CEO of Birmingham Green, a financially accessible senior living facility. Denise is a dedicated advocate for the senior members in communities to have access to quality care that respects and protects personal dignity. This life-long passion has led to a successful career as a respected leader of over 25 years within the senior healthcare sector.
She developed a deep expertise and invaluable insights from a formative career as a licensed nursing home administrator working across multiple States. Extensive experiences gained from leading business agendas spanning the organizational lifecycle, from start- up through to delivering successful turnaround, have equipped Denise with a sharp eye for what it takes to embed operational excellence and create a culture of high performance; led a 42% plus profit in first year, surpassing a 18% projected loss for fledgling startup.
Denise is recognized by her peers as a tenacious leader who marries the strength of strategic thinking with proven business acumen to build healthy and effective teams and sustainably successful organizations; she was awarded the prestigious American College of Health Care Administrators Facility Leadership Award in recognition of organizational leadership. Most recently received the Women of Distinction Award from McKnight’s Senior Living and has been inducted into the McKnight’s Women of Distinction Hall of Honor 2021. She is committed to the continued sustainability of healthcare sector and serves as an advisory board member for the University of Richmond Customer Service program; and has served as an adjunct faculty member for health care and business administration undergraduate students at Stratford University Falls Church campus. Denise holds a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Health Administration from Eastern University and a BS in Business Administration from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Carolyn Desai is an experienced legal professional who has served with Prince William County Attorney's Office as an Assistant County Attorney.
Carolyn graduated from The University of Virginia in Charlottesville and The Regent University School of Law. Carolyn earned a certificate in Financial Analysis and Valuation for Lawyers from Harvard University.
Carolyn is an active member of the community and has served with The Human Services Alliance of Greater Prince William as a member of the Grant Proposal Review Committee. She is the secretary on the board of directors for the New Bristow Village Homeowner’s Association. Carolyn also serves on the leadership team of the Park Valley Church's Mothers of Preschoolers group.
Treasurer Mark Victorson
NAMI Prince William
Mark Victorson serves as the treasurer for NAMI Prince William and is also a co-facilitator of the chapter's family support group. Mark also gives back to the community through his work as a volunteer on the ACTS Helpline and with Capital Caring Hospice. He is also serves as the Social Ministry chair at St. Matthews Lutheran Church.
Mark served 30 years in the US Army Transportation Corps and as Army Attache in the US Embassy in Paris and as Defense and Army Attache in the US Embassy in Cairo. He then served in an organization, dealing with Defense logistics issues.
We welcome five new board members and are excited about the expertise they bring to "The Alliance."
Bio's coming soon!
MARTINA JACKSON GREEN
Martina Jackson Green is a dynamic executive leader who has shaped the goals of nonprofit and for-profit organizations - effectively expanding their audiences, volunteer engagement, fundraising, and corporate structures.
Martina possesses a natural talent for building and nurturing relationships with her unique ability to connect with individuals and groups from all walks of life, to which she credits her personal and professional success. She’s an active community member who supports the delivery of critical local resources to well-structured nonprofits. Martina’s affiliations include Northern Virginia Community College as Professor of Communication, as well as former Executive Director of Manassas City Public Schools Education Foundation.
Her education has equipped her with an understanding of the intricacies of effective communication, both in theory and practice. She is a proud graduate of Western Illinois University where she earned a Bachelor’s in Human Communication and a Master’s degree in Organizational Communication. Martina also earned an Accreditation in Public Relations.
Tashbia Chowdhury has experience in the Public Health sector includes working at a Home Care Agency as a Care Coordinator where responsibilities included recruiting and scheduling staff for clients and managing the agency office.
Her recent role was with the Fairfax County Health Department as a member of the Covid’s Emergency Response team where she conducted case investigations.
Tashbia is also a Virginia State certified Pharmacy Technician. She completed her MBA in Finance in 2018 and Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature in 2013.
Wynn Carr has experience in helping local communities through their commitments to tutoring others in reading comprehension, writing, and essay composition. Passionate about education, languages, and cultures, Wynn studied Linguistics at George Mason University, learning how languages function in everyday life. They combine this education with a love for learning, teaching, and connecting with others beyond a fundamental level.
An IB alum, Wynn interned with the International Baccalaureate (IB), a non-profit educational company, as a community content writer where they created posts to inspire the IB community regardless of their program. They also worked with the Americorps non-profit affiliate The Literacy Lab as a Literacy Advancement Coach for DC children in grades 3-5. Using these past skills and experiences, Wynn looks forward to being an Alliance team member and creating meaningful, supportive connections with the non-profit community of Prince William County.