[Episcopal Church Foundation press release] The Episcopal Church Foundation’s (ECF) board of directors unanimously voted to elect three new members: Angela M. Daniel, Columbia, South Carolina; Susan M. Love, Pacific Palisades, California; and Margaret P. McLarty, Jackson, Mississippi.
“We’re delighted to welcome these new members to the ECF Board,” remarked Donald V. Romanik, ECF president. “They bring a wealth of experience, faith, and commitment to ECF’s ministries. We look forward to their wisdom and insight as ECF continues to respond to the needs of Episcopal faith communities.”
Angela M. Daniel
Daniel worships at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Colombia, South Carolina, where she serves as coordinator of Lay Eucharistic Ministry, and formerly served on the vestry as well as numerous other committees. She is also currently president of Province IV of the Episcopal Church, and has served as deputy to General Convention since 2003. Daniel holds a Master’s in English and is a professional fundraiser and owner and president of Stewards, LLC. She is married to James M. Daniel, III and has two sons, Andrew and Patrick.
Susan M. Love, M.D., MBA
Love is chief visionary officer of the Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation in Santa Monica, California, and clinical professor of surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. She is a nationally known breast cancer surgeon, author of Dr. Susan Love’s Breast Book, and one of the “founding mothers” of the breast cancer advocacy movement. Love is a member of St. Matthews, Pacific Palisades, California, where she is engaged in parish activities including the Altar Guild, usher, reader, LEM, Emmaus Group, and Foyer Group. Love is married to Dr. Helen Cooksey and they have one daughter, Katie.
Margaret P. McLarty
McLarty is a member of Saint Andrew’s Cathedral, Jackson, Mississippi, where she serves as co-chair of the cathedral’s successful capital campaign. She has also served on the vestry, as well as several cathedral and diocesan committees. She has been actively engaged with organizations throughout the Episcopal Church, including Vergers Guild of the Episcopal Church, St. Andrew’s Episcopal School, Ridgeland, Mississippi, and University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee. McLarty is senior vice president – investments, assistant branch manager and certified financial planner for Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC, Ridgeland, Mississippi. McLarty was married to the late William A. McLarty and has two sons, Andrew and Nathan.
In addition, the ECF board also elected two new advisors to the board, Danielle Kozlowski, Alexandria, VA and David Wasik (retiring director), Richmond, Virginia.
ECF’s board of directors will next meet in New York November 6-8, 2014.