Chair of the Board
Betsy is a Senior Partner with Dietel and Partners, a philanthropic advising firm that serves a select client base, and the current chair of the PATH Foundation Board of Directors. The business has offices in Maine, Virginia, and Washington and provides comprehensive grants management, thought partnership, and special project oversight to families who want to more effectively leverage their philanthropy, particularly with regards to gender equity, environmental sustainability and social justice. Betsy has a 30-year career in nonprofit management, community organizing and fundraising and was the first executive director of the Lake County Community Foundation, an affiliate of The Chicago Community Trust, and Conserve Lake County, a land trust in Northern Illinois. She sits on the boards of the Child Care and Learning Center and the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. She has lived and worked in Kenya and Panama and holds a Masters of City and Regional Planning from Cornell University. In her spare time she is “assistant shepherdess” at Bean Hollow Grassfed, her family’s sheep and cattle operation located at Over Jordan Farm in Rappahannock County.
President, Fauquier Hospital
Rodger Baker joined Fauquier Hospital in 1977 as assistant administrator and was named its president in 1987. His past experience includes a position as an administrative resident at Roanoke Memorial Hospital. Mr. Baker received an undergraduate degree in biology from New Mexico State University and earned his master’s degree in health administration from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. He is a board member of the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association, the Northwestern Virginia Health Systems Agency, and the Northern Virginia Hospital Alliance (Chairman). He is a past member of the Rappahannock-Rapidan sub-area Health Advisory Council, the Warrenton-Fauquier Jaycees, Fauquier Chamber of Commerce, Fauquier Chapter of the American Heart Association, and the Fauquier/Culpeper United Way Campaign. His interests include gardening, skiing, and golf. He is married to Sue and has three daughters: Allison, Stephanie and Megan.
Marshall Doeller is a second-generation leader of Fauquier Hospital’s board of directors and a founding trustee of the Northern Piedmont Community Foundation. He is Chair of the local advisory board of BB&T, a member of the Virginia Gold Cup Board and serves on the local committee of Ducks Unlimited. He is married to Lee and has two children, Katie and Micki. He enjoys traveling, hunting, fishing, and working with his dogs.
Partner Walker Jones, P.C. Powell Duggan is the general counsel for the PATH Foundation. He received his B.A. in history from George Mason University and his law degree from Washington & Lee University School of Law. He is a partner in Walker Jones, P.C. and has a practice that focuses on real estate, business issues, contract and civil litigation. Mr. Duggan has served as president of the Fauquier County Bar Association, chair of the Board of Governors of the Virginia State Bar General Practice Section, and president of the Warrenton Rotary Club. He is currently the Mayor of Warrenton. He is married to Nancy. He enjoys canoeing and hiking in his spare time.
Vice Chair of the Board
Tim is the Founder, Managing Member, and Chief Investment Officer of Terra Alpha Investments LLC, an investment firm based in Middleburg, VA. He is also the Vice Chair of the PATH Foundation Board of Directors. Tim has over 25 years of experience as an investment professional. The bulk of his career was spent at Capital Research/American Funds, where he was an equity analyst and portfolio manager. He holds a BA in International Relations from The College of William & Mary and a MBA in Finance from Northeastern University, and has held a CFA since 1989. He has been a very active volunteer in the community. Serving as the Director of Strategic Planning for the Piedmont Environmental Council, as a trustee of the Virginia Chapter of The Nature Conservancy, on the Board of Visitors of The College of William & Mary, as the Chair of the Reves Center Advisory Board at The College of William & Mary, and as Chairman of the Board of Highland School in Warrenton, VA. He recently joined the Piedmont Foundation board. He is married to Ellen Stofan and together they raised three children in Fauquier County.
Dr. Michael Jenks
Dr. Michael Jenks joined Fauquier Health as a private practice physician with Virginia Emergency Medicine Associates in 2005, after he completed his residency program. He is the Chairman of the Fauquier Health Emergency Department. Board certified in emergency medicine, Dr. Jenks volunteers his time at the Fauquier Free Clinic and is a member of the American College of Emergency Physicians and the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine.
Prior to medical school, Dr. Jenks was a volunteer EMT and a medical technician for various hospitals in northern Virginia and Richmond. After earning his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Medical College of Virginia (MCV), Dr. Jenks completed the Baystate Medical Center Emergency Medicine Internship and Residency Program. Among his many honors, Dr. Jenks was named the Student of the Year by the Department of Emergency Medicine at MCV, and was the regional winner in the resident presenter category at the 2004 Clinical Pathologic Conference held by the Society of Academic Emergency Medicine. He has been the Operational Medical Director for the Fauquier County Fire & EMS since 2010, and was recently named EMS Physician of the Year for 2014 in the Rappahannock Emergency Medical Services region.
Ray currently serves as the Market President for Atlantic Union Bank, based in Warrenton, VA. Ray has worked in the banking industry for more than 25 years. Ray’s education includes a B.S. B.A. – Finance from Longwood University. Additionally, he is a graduate of the Virginia Banker’s Association School of Bank Management at the University of Virginia, and a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. Ray is also a member of The Risk Management Association. Ray currently serves as a member of the GO Virginia Region 9 Regional Council, as a member of the Piedmont Workforce Development Board, and on several other community boards and committees.
Secretary and Treasurer of the Board
Douglas M. Marshall, III is a Principal in the firm of Marshall Consulting Group, LLC in the firm’s Warrenton and Fredericksburg, Virginia offices. He also serves as the Secretary and Treasurer of the PATH Foundation’s Board of Directors. Doug’s primary focus is in providing accounting, tax, and business advisory services to his privately held clients. He has over 30 years of experience serving non-profit organizations, real estate and construction, the automotive and insurance industries.
Doug graduated from Averett University in 1985, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting. Doug is a certified Public Accountant in Virginia.
Professional memberships include the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants (VSCPA). Doug previously served as chair of the Virginia Society of CPA’s and was the past President of the Battlefield Chapter of the VSCPA and the Fauquier County Chamber of Commerce.
Senior Advisor and Director of Strategic Partnerships, Piedmont Environmental Council
John McCarthy is the Senior Advisor and Director of Strategic Partnerships, Piedmont Environmental Council. He previously served for three decades as the County Administrator of Rappahannock County. He earned a BA in Geography from Mary Washington College (where he also served as an adjunct professor for 25 years) and a master’s degree in Planning from the University of Virginia. Mr. McCarthy’s civic and professional engagements have included service as Chair of the Virginia Municipal Liability Insurance Programs, the Northern Piedmont Community Foundation, and the Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Commission. He has also served as a Board member and officer of the Rappahannock-Rapidan Eldercare Coalition, the Rappahannock County Public Library, and the Rappahannock Recreational Facilities Authority, amongst others. He is married to Susan and has four adult children.
Former Executive Director of MHAFC
Sallie served as Executive Director of the Mental Health Association of Fauquier from 2011 through 2020, helping the Association take a leadership role in improving access to mental health treatment in the region. Prior to 2011, she served as Director of Community Support Services for Rappahannock Rapidan Community Services for 35 years, supervising mental health programs as well as intellectual disability and aging services. While working for RRCS, she founded the Area Agency on Aging for the region, as well as the community-wide partnership, Aging Together. Sallie continues to chair the Rappahannock Behavioral Health Roundtable and the Rappahannock Aging Together Team, co-chairs the services committee for Rapp at Home, serves on the board of the Rappahannock Association for Arts and Community, and is a member of the PATH grants committee, the PATH Community Advisory Committee and the Rappahannock Public Schools’ equity team. Morgan holds a degree in psychology from William and Mary, and a Master’s degree from the University of North Carolina. She and her husband Tod live in Washington, VA.
Attorney, Walker Jones, PC
Hanna Lee Rodriguez is an attorney with Walker Jones, PC, in Warrenton, Virginia. Her practice focuses on helping her clients navigate the areas of estate planning, probate and trust administration, and guardianships and conservatorships. She is a member of VAELA, the Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, where she seeks to improve her knowledge of elder law and special needs issues. Hanna is currently serving on the board of the Mental Health Association of Fauquier County. She has previously served on the boards of the Fauquier Free Clinic and the Piedmont Symphony Orchestra. When she isn’t practicing law, Hanna spends her time spoiling her nieces and nephews, playing piano at church, and playing violin with the Piedmont Symphony Orchestra.
Treasurer, Cone Concepts Unlimited
Susan Rubin grew up in Bethesda, Maryland and lived in Washington, D.C. with her husband, Alan, until they moved to Fauquier County in 1976. Over that time, they have owned and operated several businesses, including movie theaters, ice cream stores, and a French restaurant. Susan is currently treasurer of Cone Concepts Unlimited. She attended the University of Maryland majoring in English Literature. Mrs. Rubin is president of the Community Leadership Network and a board member for Friends of Film. She was a founding member of The Moving Arts Center, past president of the Fauquier County Mental Health Association, and volunteered as a teacher’s assistant for Head Start for 13 years. Her interests include gardening, travel, tennis, reading, and playing the piano.
Associate Superintendent for Fauquier County Public Schools
Major Warner is the Associate Superintendent for Fauquier County Public Schools, a position he has held since 2017. Previously, he served as the Principal at Kettle Run High School, and in 2015 was selected as The Washington Post’s Distinguished Educational Leader for Fauquier County; the award is presented to one principal in each school district throughout the D.C. metropolitan area. Mr. Warner is married to Lisa, a physical education teacher at H.M. Pearson Elementary, and together with their son, Tre, live near Mr. Warner’s parents and siblings. Mr. Warner enjoys spending time with his family and the occasional round of golf.
Patricia Woodward grew up in Windham, Connecticut. Pat earned an associate’s degree from Hartford College for Women, and she earned a B.A. in American Civilization from Williams College. After college, she earned her J.D. from Washington & Lee University School of Law, graduating in 1980. She has been practicing law in Fauquier County since the fall of 1980. She has been involved in various nonprofit organizations over the years. At the present time, she is Legal Advisor for Altrusa International, Inc. She is a past president of Fauquier County Bar Association, Literacy Volunteers of Fauquier County and the Piedmont Symphony Orchestra. Pat and her husband, Mark Sharp, have lived in Fauquier County since 1985. They have three adult children.