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Four elected to WVU Foundation Board of Directors

Portraits of the newly elected WVU Board of Directors

Kim Craig, Terri L.C. Hornsby, Kerri Knotts and Jane M. McNeer have been appointed to three-year terms on the WVU Foundation Board of Governors.

Four West Virginia University alumni with successful careers in management, entrepreneurship and consulting were elected to the WVU Foundation Board of Directors at its annual meeting held recently.


Serving three-year terms are:

  • Kim Craig, who graduated from WVU in 1977 with a bachelor’s degree in finance, is president and CEO of FNB Wealth Management Group in Pittsburgh. Craig lives in Morgantown.
  • Terri L.C. Hornsby of Richmond, Texas, who earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism/broadcast news in 1986, is the founder and president of TLC Adcentives, LLC, a full-service promotional branding company.
  • Kerri Knotts, senior manager of business development for Barrios Technology, earned her bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering from WVU in 1994. Knotts lives in The Woodlands, Texas.
  • Jane M. McNeer of Durham, North Carolina, who has worked in higher education public relations and fundraising, earned her journalism degree from WVU in 1975.

Re-elected to three-year terms on the Board were Susan S. Brewer of Morgantown, Marcia A. Broughton (’76,’79) of Clarksburg, Allison Deem (’70) of Bridgeport, John B. Gianola (’75) of Charleston, Alexis Costanzo Pugh (’73) of Winter Park, Florida, William “Bill” Sheedy (’88) of San Mateo, California, and Kevin K. Sidow (’81) of Pittsburgh. Broughton also was reappointed to another one-year term as board secretary.

The mission of the WVU Foundation, founded in 1954, is to enrich the lives of those touched by West Virginia University by maximizing charitable support and providing services to the University, its students and affiliated organizations. To learn more about the Foundation and how you can support WVU, visit:



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