WILLIAMSBURG, Va., Dec. 28, 2010 – Gilbert A. Bartlett of Williamsburg, John M. Camp III of Alexandria, William B. Downey of Williamsburg and Pamela W. Fitzpatrick of Williamsburg will join the board of directors of the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Inc., on Jan. 1, 2011. Bartlett, Camp and Downey were elected to four-year terms and Fitzpatrick to a three-year term. The Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Inc., is a not-for-profit entity that coordinates fundraising to benefit programs of the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, a Virginia state agency that administers Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center history museums.
Bartlett is an attorney with the Williamsburg law firm of Bartlett & Spirn. He has held leadership positions in numerous local government, civic and charitable organizations and is currently president of the Gladys & Franklin Clark Foundation and recent past chair of the Williamsburg Community Health Foundation.
Camp, a partner at Southfield Capital Advisors, has worked as a partner in private equity investing for the past 25 years. He serves on the boards of the Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges and the Camp-Younts and Camp foundations and on finance advisory committees of the University of the South and the Virginia Historical Society.
Downey is executive vice president and chief operating officer of Riverside Health System. He serves on the boards of Virginia Living Museum, Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance, Virginia Health Network and Achievable Dream and is past chairman of the United Way of the Virginia Peninsula.
Fitzpatrick is a long-time volunteer in support of neighborhood associations and church- and school-affiliated organizations. She currently is on the board of the Governor’s Land at Two Rivers Neighbor to Neighbor Association and, in Richmond, served as secretary of the Whittaker Woods association board and as a historic tour guide for Richmond Relocation/Virginia Properties, Inc.