The Woodward Hines Education Foundation (WHEF) has elected two new members to the board of directors, Haley Fisackerly and Camille Scales Young. They take positions left open by the outgoing Ronald Smith and the founder Jack Woodward who died in February.
Fisackerly is the president and chief executive officer of Entergy Mississippi, Inc., which serves approximately 445,000 customers in 45 counties statewide. Fisackerly, a native of Columbus, Mississippi, holds a degree in business administration from Mississippi State University and a master’s degree in public policy administration from George Washington University. Fisackerly served for several years on the staff of U.S. Senator Thad Cochran prior to joining Entergy at its Washington, D.C. office in 1995.
Fisackerly serves on numerous local and statewide boards, including the Mississippi Economic Council, Mississippi Energy Institute, Bankfirst Financial Services and The Nature Conservancy. He is also the chair of the Mississippi Partnership for Economic Development.
Young takes almost two decades of practice in state and federal government affairs to Cornerstone’s Jackson office. Prior to joining Cornerstone as the principal and director, Young spent 10 years as a government affairs representative with the law firm Watkins Ludlam Winter & Stennis, P.A.
Camille is a native of Shannon and graduated from Mississippi State University. She is active with the Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership Board of Directors, the Junior League of Jackson Sustainers Board of Directors, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. and the Mississippi 4-H Foundation. She also was honored to serve as president of the Mississippi State University National Alumni Association in 2012-13.
Other board members are Chairman, David L. Martin, Vice Chair, Dr. Andrew P. Mullins, Jr. and directors: Debra Barnes McGee, John Hill, Robert E. Leard, IV, W. Stan Pratt, and Nathan Slater.
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