Vincent C. Andracchio II was elected chairman of the Nash Health Care Board of Commissioners recently, replacing outgoing chairman Michael Bryant. Judge Robert A. Evans was named vice-chairman. Rosa A. Brodie, secretary, and Carl M. Daughtry, treasurer, were reappointed to their offices.
The Nash Health Care Board of Commissioners is a 14-member volunteer board appointed by the Nash County Board of Commissioners. Each board member is appointed for one, three-year term. Commissioners may be reappointed to serve two additional terms, for a maximum of three terms.
Andracchio, a native of Rocky Mount, earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Wake Forest University. He is the Chairman of the Board and CEO of Guardian Holdings Inc., a privately owned holding company in Rocky Mount. Andracchio has served as trustee and chairman of the Board for Rocky Mount Academy, trustee and chairman of the Finance Committee at North Carolina Wesleyan College, and as a board member and president of the Lucy Ann Boddie Brewer Boys and Girls Club. Andracchio also serves on the advisory board of the Generation Companies and the local advisory board of RBC Centura Bank.
Evans has an extensive career created from his desire to serve the community. After earning his bachelor's degree from UNC-Chapel Hill and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pennsylvania, Evans practiced law in a private practice for 22 years before becoming District Court Judge in 1999. He is currently the District Attorney for Nash, Edgecombe, and Wilson counties. He has served on the UNC Board of Visitors and the UNC Alumni Association Board of Directors. He was the Chairman of the Rocky Mount Zoning Board of Adjustment and the 1993 Board Chairman of the Rocky Mount Area Chamber of Commerce.
Brodie, of Rocky Mount, earned her BS degree in natural sciences from St. Augustine's College and her master's degree in science from Howard University in Washington, D.C. She served as an instructor in nursing education at Nash Community College from 1968-1992. In addition, she worked extensively with Nash Rocky Mount Schools, both as a science teacher and a supervisor of science in Target Schools. She did post-graduate work at NC State University, North Carolina Central University and East Carolina University.
Daughtry, a native of Cumberland County, has an extensive history of service to the Nash County community; he was the director of the county Department of Social Services. He earned his bachelor's degree from East Carolina University and his master's degree in social work from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.