The Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation recently announced its new slate of officers following the organization’s recent board elections. The organization’s new president is Falls Church realtor Alex Boston and the new vice president is artist and curator Irene Chambers.
“As an African American, I have always been aware of the importance of keeping history alive as a way to guide us into the future,” Boston said. “It is an honor to lead the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation, which keeps us rooted in the past, while allowing us to imagine a better future.”
New to the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation’s board is Ken Feltman, former chairman of the Falls Church City Republican Committee. Debra Z. Roth is joining the organization’s advisory committee.
Founder and former Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation president Edwin Henderson will take on the role of executive director and Nikki Henderson, the former executive director, will direct special projects for the organization. For more information, visit tinnerhill.org.