The Henrico Education Foundation strengthens public education by advancing innovative programs and initiatives designed to improve student achievement.
All schools are strong. All students are prepared
HEF’s three Priorities
- Serving as a catalyst for innovation in Henrico County Public Schools
- Preparing students K-12 for success in college, career and community
- Strengthening educational leadership
Over the past two decades, HEF has played a vital role in meeting the educational needs of our community’s children. As a foundation, we do more than just provide additional funding for public education, we are innovators working in partnership with parents, teachers and administrators, continually identifying and developing initiatives that improve school performance and student achievement. Our program and funding priorities focus on implementing research-based initiatives that enhance learning in the classroom, create best practices and complement The Henrico County Public Schools’ (HCPS) improvement plans. We support all schools in Henrico County, working to provide every student the support and resources they need for success.
HEF will achieve its mission by directing resources to research-based initiatives and system improvements that enhance learning, complement school improvement plans and are in the best interest of students. Our funding priorities provide substantive opportunities to improve academic and co-curricular excellence for all. HEF strives to ensure that every student in our county succeeds in learning and life.
- Education is the cornerstone for opportunity
- Every child deserves the best education possible
- Educational opportunities should be accessible to all students regardless of their circumstances.
- Commitment to best practices, innovation and professional development is essential to providing an excellent education
- Excellence is attainable
At a Glance
Created in 1993, the Henrico Education Foundation (HEF) is a non-profit foundation that provides grants and resources to Henrico County Public School students and teachers to fill the gap between taxpayer funding and what is required to produce innovation and achievement in our schools and communities.
|Board of Directors||Contact Information:|
President: Veronica Hinckle, Community Volunteer
Vice President: John Delandro, Merrill Lynch
Treasurer: Jeff Robinson, Robinson Consulting Group
Secretary: Michael McCullough, Genworth
Advisory Board Chair: Betsy Beamer, McGuire Woods
Gerald Britt, Xerox Corporation
Tamara Charity-Brown, Associates in Pediatrics
Alison Crehore, Stratford University
Monica Brinkley Davis, WestRock
Stephen Halsey, Moseley Architects
Delphine Hartsel, CarMax
Lori Krenik, Krenik Court Reporting
Monica Manns, Educational Consultant
Bob Michie, Presidio
Robert Nomberg, Richmond Jewish Foundation
Anne Poates, Retired Principal, Douglas Freeman High School
Jack Reasor, Old Dominion Electric Cooperative
Savon Sampson, McKesson Medical-Surgical
Anne Schaffer, Capital One
Wes Simon, Stuart Simon Law Firm
Russell Singer, Dominion Energy Services, Inc.
Randy Sullivan, Hunton & Williams LLP
Randy Welch, Retired Community Volunteer
|Henrico Education Foundation
P.O. Box 31413
Henrico, Virginia 23229
Mike Taylor, Executive Director
Jay Shively, Chief Development Officer
Darryl Williams, Program Officer – Community Learning Center
Courtney Baytop, Operations Assistant
Natasha Hatton, Finance Assistant