Citizen of Woodbury
Jack Clinton visualizes the Woodbury Community Foundation (WCF) as the premier organization helping Woodbury and Washington County residents 30 years from today. His vision is to build up the WCF to sustain and grow as a viable independent entity.
An attorney, Clinton’s practice revolves around real estate, estate planning and trust administration. In 2006, Dick Stafford, one of the founders of WCF, engaged Clinton to help attain a 501(c)(3) nonprofit status for the WCF. Since then, Clinton has been a vital part of WCF. He has served on its board as treasurer and part of the executive committee. Currently, he is on the finance and audit committee.
Clinton feels the WCF has made significant strides in the past five years, notably with the Woodbury Community Academy, Youth Engagement Leadership Academy and projects like the Angels of Hope Memorial that was dedicated in August. His vision for the WCF is aggregating funds, so the foundation can hire its own executive director and be the conduit that can “connect people to causes that matter,” he says.
Manali Shah is a volunteer with the WCF and is an active volunteer with many organizations in Woodbury and Washington County for over 20 years. Find more at woodburyfoundation.org.