Nadine Marsh-Carter, J.D., joined the MCV Foundation board in 2023.
Nadine was appointed President of the Cameron Foundation in November 2022 after an extensive national search. She previously served as the President & CEO of Children’s Home Society of Virginia (CHSVA), a nonprofit committed to building permanent families and lifelong relationships for Virginia’s at-risk children, from 2006 – 2022. Cameron Foundation is committed to serving the Tri-cities area and health care, including access to health care is one of their key priorities.
During her 16 years as CEO of Children’s Home Society of Virginia, Marsh-Carter expanded innovative programming to address unmet community needs while promoting systemic change on behalf of children in need of permanent families as well as those aging out of foster care.
Marsh-Carter began her career as an attorney with Hill, Tucker & Marsh, after which she served several years as executive director of Volunteer Families, formerly VEFC. She became involved with CHSVA first as a volunteer, then as an adoptive mother, and then as a board member.
Marsh-Carter has a long history of community engagement and leadership. Her current board appointments include Longwood University, and she has served on numerous advisory boards and councils, both regionally and nationally. She was elected to the board of Richmond Public Schools in 2016 but stepped down the following year upon the death of her husband.
Nadine Marsh-Carter earned her Bachelor of Arts in political science and journalism and her juris doctor degree from the University of Richmond. She is a graduate of the Hull Fellows program of Philanthropy Southeast (formerly Southeastern Council of Foundations), and she has been a Pat Asch Fellow for Social Justice, sponsored by the Richmond YMCA.