The Episcopal Church Foundation's board of directors elected three new directors.
They are Judith Gaillard Jones, of Pacific Palisades, California; Mark A. Jones, of Decatur, Georgia; and David S. Wasik, of Richmond, Virginia.
"ECF's board is delighted to welcome these new directors, with their diverse experiences and abiding faith, to the family," Sally A. Skardon, ECF's board chairperson, said in a press release. "They possess a variety of talents and skills, and a deep dedication to the future of the Episcopal Church."
Gaillard Jones has also served as a trustee of Wellesley College and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and as a director of southern California public television station KCET and Planned Parenthood/Los Angeles. She is a member of the Parish of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Pacific Palisades, where she was a vestry member and co-chair of the finance committee. Gaillard Jones is also a trustee of Episcopal Theological School at Claremont University and previously was a trustee of the Diocese of Los Angeles Investment Trust.
Jones was executive vice president at INVESCO Retirement, Inc. for more than 10 years. He is currently chair of the board of directors for Crossroads Community Ministries, which serves the homeless of Atlanta. Jones has been a member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Atlanta since 1973, and is a trustee of the parish's endowment.
Wasik is a senior vice president for Capital One Financial Corporation where he has worked since 1993. He is a member of Christ Church in the Glen Allen-Richmond area and has been a vestry member and parish treasurer. Wasik also serves as a board member of Junior Achievement of Central Virginia and often teaches JA programs in area schools.