CVHN is governed by a board of up to 10 local professionals that provide guidance and support. The board and staff at CVHN are held to the highest ethical principles as they strive to be pillars of moral character.
2020 Board Members
A 35-year veteran of the soft drink industry, Doug held a variety of leadership roles including Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer of Coca-Cola Refreshments, Chief Financial Officer of The Coca-Cola Company’s International Bottling Investment Group; and Vice-President of Supply Chain Finance for The Coca-Cola Company’s North American beverage business. He is a graduate of the University of North Texas.
Background highlights also include serving on the boards of various beverage industry entities and private corporations in Georgia. He also actively volunteers with the Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance and South Walton Turtle Watch.
Doug and his wife, Natalie, began visiting the Emerald Coast in 1991 and feel blessed to call South Walton home since relocating in 2017.
Jane and husband Greg, lifelong residents of Birmingham, AL, moved to Seagrove Beach, FL in 2003 to start new careers. She was on boards of many nonprofits in Birmingham and knew finding her passion of serving in her new community was a must.
Working with Kids Club, an afterschool program at PT. WA UMC, a child in the program was found to have critical dental needs. From that one child she became a founding member of CVHN, a Faith based 501 c3 non-profit serving children on the free or reduced lunch program in Walton and Okaloosa counties. CVHN remains her passion.
Annie graduated with a BA in Communications and a M.Ed in Special Education from The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. where she and her husband, Phillip, lived for 16 years before moving to this area 5 1/2 years ago. While in DC, Stutts ran the District’s Autism Program for the entire city, working with PreK to 12th grade students. Then she went on to work with DC’s Early Intervention Program to create and implement a wrap-around behavioral intervention program for children 3 and under.
She is a stay-at-home mom raising their 7-year old daughter. Annie is also an active board member for the Emerald Coast Children’s Advocacy Center.
Joe has served as an executive officer of several health services companies including Surgical Care Affiliates, HealthMark Partners, Response Oncology and Humana. Joe currently serves on the boards of Ascension Ventures, an investment firm comprised of 13 of the largest health systems in the U.S.; Strive Healthcare, a comprehensive kidney care company that partners with leading health systems; North America Partners in Anesthesia (NAPA), the largest anesthesia practice in the U.S., and is Executive Chairman of Physicians Housecalls which provides physician and nurse practioners to homebound elderly patients. He has degree in economics from Dartmouth College.
Peter was born and raised in Destin, FL. Graduated from Fort Walton Beach High School in 2002, Auburn University in 2006. General Manager at The Ships Chandler in Destin (boat dealer, engine boat service, fishing tackle, guide services). 3rd generation family owned business opened in 1980.
Wife Rachel Wright and twin girls Ann Harper and Brooks Wright (8 years old). Activities include fishing, hunting, boating, church, and family.
A New Orleans native who has had her toes in the sands of the panhandle for nearly a decade, Ashleigh Voisin is the Marketing Director for local architecture firm, DAG Architects. She also serves as the President of the Destin Kiwanis Club, as a Directing Board member of the Emerald Coast chapter of the Society of Marketing Professional Services, a board member for the Boys and Girls Club of the Emerald Coast, and a chairperson for a Santa Rosa County School’s School Advisory Council.