15 Feb Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities Welcomes Five Board Members
Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities, a nonprofit organization dedicated to nurturing the health and well-being of children and families, is pleased to announce the addition of five new members to its Board of Directors: Dave Fine, Brian Fuller, Raje Kantamneni, Christopher (Chris) W. Marinac and Cindy Nofi.
Dave Fine is National Vice President of Sales and Distribution for Cricket Wireless at AT&T. A proven sales leader in the wireless marketplace, Fine is responsible for executing Cricket’s growth strategy. Fine has been with AT&T for nearly 23 years, where he has served in many leadership roles throughout the AT&T business. Previous roles include Area Sales Manager for Cincinnati and Cleveland, Director of Sales for Ohio, Michigan and Southern California, Vice President and General Manager for Minnesota/Northern Plains and most recently Vice President and General Manager for Illinois, Wisconsin and Northwest Indiana. Originally from Newark, New Jeresey, Fine is a 14-year cancer survivor and resides in Milton, Georgia.
Brian Fuller is an independent consultant and advisor for Anne Tumlinson Innovations. He is recognized nationally as a thought leader on the impact and importance of post-acute care in new health care reform environments. His expertise lies in care integration, including partnership-building along the continuum of care and implementing new payment options, such as bundled payments. Fuller has served in several senior executive positions in health care organizations that focus on value-based care. Fuller resides in Buckhead.
Raje Kantamneni serves as the senior director in procurement in the categories of technology, professional services and workplace services at NIKE, Inc. Previously, as the service director at The Coca-Cola Company, she transformed the organization’s IT operations. Kantamneni and her family have a personal passion for Atlanta RMHC having seen first-hand the positive impact the organization can have on families experiencing difficult medical circumstances. Kantamneni resides in Atlanta.
Chris W. Marinac is the co-founder of FIG Partners, an award-winning equity research firm. He has more than 26 years of financial services and research analysis experience and leads the firm’s more than 150 banks, thrifts and REITs. Prior to founding FIG Partners, Marinac was the managing director at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey and a research analyst at Wachovia Corporation. He returns to the board after having previously served as board president of Atlanta RMHC. Marinac resides in Morningside.
Cindy Nofi is a client advisor with SunTrust Private Wealth Management. She has more than 20 years of wealth management experience including: investments, financial planning, credit and estate strategies. Nofi is active in the Atlanta community serving on serval nonprofit boards including the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Catholic Charities Atlanta. Nofi resides in Roswell.