Dr. Dawnavan Davis, the assistant vice president of community health with MedStar Health, and Andrew Holmes, vice president and controller with BGE, were elected to the board of directors of the Maryland Food Bank.
The MFB Board of Directors serves as the governing body overseeing the operation of the Maryland Food Bank, ensuring the organization fulfills its mission and vision in service to the communities and people of Maryland.
Davis oversees the community benefit reporting and community health improvement programming across the 10-hospital system. She is a medical psychologist and behavioral scientist with more than 20 years of experience in health care administration, public health and health disparities research and programming.
Davis has made significant contributions to the fields of health care and community health, having served in senior leadership roles for insurers and health systems, as founder of a community health nonprofit organization and as a principal investigator and collaborator on federal and foundation-funded research studies.
As part of her current role, Davis serves on numerous expert committees, given her experience in public health and health systems’ community and population health planning and operations.
Prior to joining BGE, Holmes served as director of Exelon Generation Accounting, where he oversaw the accounting and financial reporting aspects of Exelon Generation’s power generating fleet, including the nuclear joint venture.
Holmes joined Exelon in 2012 through the company’s merger with Constellation Energy, and previously held several key accounting leadership positions within Constellation, including director of Accounting Policy and Research and director of Technical Accounting.
In addition to serving on the Maryland Food Bank’s Audit and Finance Committee, Holmes is a member of the Kennedy Krieger Institute’s board of directors and an active supporter of the United Way of Central Maryland.
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