CEO of Vinson Hall Retirement Community and Executive Director of Navy Marine Coast Guard Residence Foundation
As a second generation aging services professional, Libby has many years working in the field. With this background, the draw to the residents and staff at VHRC was unmistakable.
Born in Ohio, and raised in Kansas City, Libby went to the College of Wooster for undergraduate studies, and received her Master’s degree at the University of Maryland in the Erickson School. As a licensed nursing home administrator, preceptor, and certified aging specialist, Libby’s life mission is to make the world the best it can be for older adults by highlighting each individual’s best self. As a LeadingAge Virginia board member, and Leadership Academy Coach, Libby is not only able to live this mission through her daily work at VHRC, but also at a more macro level.
Prior to coming to Vinson Hall, Libby was the Chief Operating Officer for Ingleside, and prior to that Executive Director at Westminster at Lake Ridge. Richmond, Virginia was home for twenty plus years where Libby spent her professional life at Westminster Canterbury Richmond, and personal life starting a family with her husband, Jeff, of almost twenty-five years.
When Libby and Jeff are not working, they can be found with anything having to do with their son and daughter, and four legged daughter, Bella.
Director of Development
Devon joined Navy Marine Coast Guard Residence Foundation in May 2017. She brings ten years of fundraising and development experience to Vinson Hall Retirement Community and the Foundation.She graduated from the University of Michigan with her B.A. in English and Theatre, and went on to earn her Master’s Degree from Carnegie Mellon University. In her career, she has managed fundraising field offices for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, worked as the Director of Fundraising for Montgomery Housing Partnership, and most recently served as the Associate Director of Development for Westminster Ingleside Foundation.
Outside of work, Devon enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, and going to the theatre. Roadtrip Must Have: MTO and a slushie from Sheetz!
Assistant Director of Development
This Arlington native came to VHRC in 2012 as an Activity Assistant. With four years of previous fundraising experience in the direct mail world, I moved to the Foundation in 2014 as the Development and Volunteer Coordinator. Now serving as the Assistant Director of Development I have enjoyed being able to support the residents of VHRC through my passion for fundraising and helping others.
In my spare time I like to cook for family and friends, try to stay caught up on my favorite shows, and explore new places to relax, hike, or visit with my boyfriend. My road trip must have is a slushie and great music. When traveling with co-workers I can frequently be found in the passenger seat making the ‘trucker honk’ motion with my arm and seeing how many semi-truck drivers will respond.
Amiee Henderson Freeman
Communications and Development Coordinator
Amiee joined the Foundation in October 2018. She has more than ten years of communications experience. She has a BA in English with a minor in French from Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster and a Master’s degree in Public Policy from the University of Maryland, College Park. She has worked in Communications for a variety of organizations including government agencies and non-profits. Amiee began her professional career as a Peace Corps volunteer in Kazakhstan where she taught English to middle school and high school students.
In her free time, Amiee enjoys spending time with her three kids especially hiking or just watching movies together. Her road trip must have is good tunes and good company.