Tara C. Corrigall
Ms. Corrigall, who graduated from Mary Washington in 1982, is a financial advisor and director of advisory and brokerage services at the Virginia Beach branch of UBS (formerly PaineWebber). She held a similar position in Nashville prior to her move to Virginia Beach in 2008. Previously, Corrigall was an assistant branch manager in Atlanta. She is a Certified Investment Management Analyst and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Central Business District Association of Virginia Beach and of the Board of Directors of the YWCA of South Hampton Roads.
Ms. Corrigall served on the Mary Washington Alumni Board from 1992 through 2000, including a term as president from 1998 to 2000. She is also class news agent for the Class of 1982 and a longtime President’s Council donor. In addition, Ms. Corrigall served as first chair of the UMW President’s Council Committee, and she continues to serve on the committee.
Theresa Young Crawley
A dentist and engaged member of the Fredericksburg community, Dr. Crawley has been actively involved in her alma mater since she graduated in 1977. As president of the Mary Washington College Alumni Association from 1996 to 1998, she was instrumental in the establishment of both the Washington Scholars Program and the Distinguished Graduate in Residence Program. Along with her husband, William B. Crawley Jr., distinguished professor of history emeritus, she served as national co-chair for UMW’s $75 million Centennial Capital Campaign, successfully concluded in 2008. Two years earlier, the couple was awarded an exclusive honor: Washington Medallions, for their “extraordinary accomplishments, generosity and service” to UMW.
Currently, Crawley serves as secretary to the UMW Foundation Board as well as honorary national co-chair for the Mary Washington First Campaign. In addition to mentoring and entertaining many students, she and her husband sponsored a UMW student through the Initiative to Educate Afghan Women. She is a regular fixture at lectures in the Chappell Great Lives Lecture Series, which her husband coordinates. Dr. Crawley is an avid volunteer with many community organizations and is the sole proprietor of an established dental practice.
Heather M. Crislip
Heather Mullins Crislip of Richmond has been president and CEO of Housing Opportunities Made Equal of Virginia Inc., since 2012. Prior to that position, she oversaw bipartisan policy projects for the Miller Center at the University of Virginia for former Governor Gerald Baliles and served as the staff director of the Goode National Transportation Policy Project, which was honored by President Obama in a Rose Garden ceremony in 2010, and led the Center’s higher education policy work, including the report Front and Center: Critical Choices for Higher Education. Currently she serves on the board of directors for Housing Virginia, a statewide partnership of public and private organizations devoted to affordable housing. A 1995 graduate of Mary Washington, she received a juris doctorate from the University of Connecticut School of Law. Before returning to Virginia, she served as the chief of staff to a Hawaii state senator, and chief of staff and executive assistant to the chancellor of the University of Hawai’i. Previously, she directed New Haven, Connecticut’s welfare to work one-stop center and served as assistant to the mayor for policy analysis.
Holly T. Cuellar
Mrs. Cuellar is a political consultant who served in the Office of the Virginia Attorney General as Deputy Scheduler and as the Hampton Roads Community Outreach Coordinator, maintaining and supporting the Class Action program for Virginia school children. She also served on the City of Virginia Beach’s Gang Task Force, was a regional manager for the Keeping Virginia Safe and Strong programs, and helped develop programs to promote Internet safety and senior advocacy. A 1989 alumna of the University of Mary Washington, Mrs. Cuellar has also worked as legislative aide for Governor Robert McDonnell.
Carlos Del Toro
Mr. Del Toro, known for his leadership and innovation, is founder, CEO and president of SBG Technology Solutions Inc., a Washington-based engineering services and consulting firm. In 2010, he was recognized by the Small Business Administration as the Small Business Person of the Year in Region III, encompassing Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C.
A former naval officer and White House Fellow, Del Toro is a native of Havana, Cuba. He graduated from the U. S. Naval Academy and earned advanced degrees from the Naval Postgraduate School, George Washington University, and the Naval War College.
He is a director on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Council on Small Business and past president of the board of the Capital Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Also, Del Toro serves as a director on the Rappahannock Goodwill Industries Board of Directors and has served on numerous gubernatorial boards in Virginia.
A longtime legislator and educator, Senator Houck represented the 17th District in the Virginia Senate from 1984 to 2012. In addition to his legislative duties, Houck worked in the public schools for 34 years, including as a middle school science teacher, guidance counselor, assistant principal, and the director of student services for Fredericksburg City Public Schools. He retired in 2007. He then served until 2013 as director of community and corporate programs for Mary Washington Healthcare.
Houck received a bachelor’s in education from Concord College (Athens, W.Va.), and a master’s in education from the University of Virginia.
Mark S. Ingrao
Mr. Ingrao, a 1981 Mary Washington alumnus, is president and CEO of the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce. His previous positions include vice president of government affairs for the National Apartment Association; vice president of government affairs for the Apartment and Office Building Association; an associate with the executive recruiting firm of Heidrick & Struggles; manager of recruitment for the National Business Development Practice of Arthur Andersen, LLP; and various positions at Washington Gas, including public affairs area manager and manager of compensation.
When he’s not working his “day job,” Mr. Ingrao pursues a passion he inherited from his father: helping out at Washington Redskins home games by moving the chains that signify downs. Ingrao is past chairman of the Board of Regents for Leadership Arlington and the Arlington Chamber of Commerce, and is currently on Leadership Arlington’s board. Additionally, he serves or has served on various boards including John Marshall Bank’s Arlington Advisory Board, the Northern Virginia Transportation Alliance, Initiative for Public Art Reston, Arlington Free Clinic and the Virginia Public Access Project. He is a Certified Compensation Professional and a Certified Association Executive. He served as a co-coordinator for the Mary Washington Class of 1981 25- and 30-year reunions.
Mr. Lopez, a 1992 graduate of Mary Washington and a lifelong Virginia resident, is the founder and CEO of A2L Consulting, a leading provider of jury consulting, litigation graphics and courtroom support to all of the nation’s largest law firms. He founded the company in 1995 after receiving a law degree from the Widener University School of Law. Lopez serves on the advisory board of UMW’s College of Business and on the Dean’s National Advisory Council at Widener. He was UMW’s Junior Executive-in-Residence in 2008 and is a frequent guest speaker for classes and student organizations. He was the featured speaker at UMW’s Graduate Commencement ceremony in 2014.
Mr. Rankin served as president and CEO of Mary Washington Healthcare from 1995 until his retirement in 2014. Mary Washington Healthcare is a private not-for-profit regional system of healthcare facilities and wellness centers, including Mary Washington Hospital and Stafford Hospital, which serves the greater Rappahannock region.
Rankin is a past president of the Rappahannock Area United Way and continues to serve on the United Way’s Board of Directors. He also has served on the Board of Directors of the Fredericksburg Regional Chamber of Commerce and on the Board of Directors of the Fredericksburg Regional Alliance, a public-private partnership. He co-chairs, along with UMW President Richard V. Hurley, an ongoing regional economic development initiative. Rankin also served as a member of the UMW Foundation Board of Directors.
Rankin received a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College and a master’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School of Public Health.
Davis C. Rennolds
Davis Rennolds, also of Richmond, is a vice president of McGuireWoods Consulting, where he has worked since 2011. There he represents the interests of clients, including SeaWorld, Walton Group International, Virginians for the Arts, the Virginia Federation of Food Banks and the statewide Share Our Strength “‘No Kid Hungry” campaign, before the Virginia General Assembly. A 2006 alumnus of Mary Washington, he served as a special policy analyst for the Virginia Department of Transportation. He also was a coordinator for former Gov. Bob McDonnell’s inaugural committee and a legislative aide for Del. Christopher Saxman in Staunton. Named to the “Top 40 Under 40,” by Richmond Style Magazine in 2011, Rennolds serves on the Virginia Foundation of Health Youth Board of Directors and the Richmond-Leadership Advisory Board.
Taylor, a 1985 graduate of Mary Washington, is director of contracts for integrated intelligence systems at Northrop Grumman Information Systems, a leading global provider of solutions for military, intelligence, civilian, state and local, and commercial customers. Previously, she spent more than 20 years in contracts administration and management positions, including as senior manager of contracts at General Dynamics. She received the Northrop Grumman Corporate Contracts and Pricing Award in 2010. In addition, Taylor has operated a Jazzercise franchise since 2006, where she also works as an instructor.
Rhonda S. VanLowe
Rhonda VanLowe of Reston has served as legal counsel to Rolls-Royce North America Inc. since 1999. Previously, she provided counsel for the U.S. operations of Reebok International Limited in Stoughton, Massachusetts; was a shareholder and associate with Ginsburg, Feldman & Bress, Chartered; and an associate with Swidler & Berlin, Chartered, in Washington, D.C. An alumna of Cornell University, VanLowe received a juris doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center. She has taught at American University where she received the 2005 North Star Award for contributions to the Washington College of Law. She also has worked in finance with Central Fidelity Bank and First American Bank of Virginia. VanLowe is a member the Governor’s Task Force on Improving Mental Health Services and Crisis Response.