Boston-Thurmond Community Network

Resources to help during COVID-19

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Our Mission

The mission of the Boston-Thurmond Community Network is to facilitate and support the vision of Boston-Thurmond residents for a strong and economically viable neighborhood that is fully integrated into the broader Winston-Salem community. The Network helps implement an intertwined approach to community revitalization, consistent with the Purpose Built Communities model, that focuses over the long term on:

  • Quality housing that is affordable and accessible to families at all income levels;
  • A cradle-to-career educational pipeline of excellence; and
  • Community health and wellness that honors the rich history and strength of Boston-Thurmond.

By focusing staff and financial resources, the Network serves as the single point of accountability to
ensure that:

  • All programs are of the highest quality and are seamlessly connected;
  • People in the neighborhood remain the primary beneficiaries of revitalization;
  • A sustainable funding stream is identified and secured.

Boston-Thurmond Community Network Board

Lilicia Bailey

Lilicia Bailey

WFU/Baptist Medical Center

Bob Johnson

Bob Johnson

BB&T

Diane Fitzhugh

Diane Fitzhugh

Community resident

Don Flow

Don Flow

Flow Automotive

Joe Crocker

Joe Crocker

Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust

Latoya Robinson

Latoya Robinson

Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods

Mary Ford

Mary Ford

Community resident

Mo Green

Mo Green

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation

Nathan Hatch

Nathan Hatch

Wake Forest University

Paula Wilkins

Paula Wilkins

Cook Literacy Model School

Ritchie Brooks

Ritchie Brooks

Retired, City of Winston-Salem

Tom Koontz

Tom Koontz

Retired surgeon

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