Jinnie Lowery, MSPH
Jinnie Lowery became RHCC’s President and CEO in 1995 after holding positions as Executive Director and Associate Director since 1986. Previously she worked as a Consultant and Business Manager for Lumbee Medical Center in Pembroke, North Carolina; Administrative Intern for Gallup Indian Medical Center in Gallup, New Mexico; and Counselor for the Lumbee Regional Development Association Talent Search Program in Pembroke. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with minors in American Indian Studies and Criminology from the University of North Carolina-Pembroke and a Master of Science in Public Health from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Ms. Lowery is a Board Member and Past President of the North Carolina Community Health Center Association, Founding Member and Past President of the Rape Crisis Center of Robeson County, Member and Current Board President of Community Partners Healthnet, and Member of the National Association of Community Health Centers, Robeson County Partnership for Community Health, North Carolina Minority Health Advisory Council, and the Lumberton Rotary Club. She is a former member of the NC DHHS Secretary and Commission of Indian Affairs’ Joint Task Force on Indian Health, Past President and Past Member of the Alcohol/Drug Council of North Carolina, Past Member of the Health Reform Task Force led by the North Carolina Institute of Medicine during the 90s, Past Member of the North Carolina Institute of Medicine’s Task Force on Substance Abuse Services, and Past Board Member of the Southern Regional Area Health Education Center.
William P. Seagroves
William Seagroves joined RHCC as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in January 2010. Previously, he served as Vice President for Operations and CFO for the National Association of People with AIDS in Silver Spring, Maryland; Director of Finance for Alliance of AIDS Services-Carolina in Raleigh, North Carolina; and Assistant Controller for Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting with a minor in Individual Taxation and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Management with a minor in Human Resources, both from North Carolina State University. He has completed numerous trainings and webinars from the National Association of Community Health Center, including 2010 Policy and Issues Forum, 2010 Health Center Financial/Operations Management Seminars Levels I-III, Understanding and Complying with Federal Procurement Requirements, Managing Your Health Centers’ Retirement Plan, Property Standards, Cost Principles and Programmatic Income, Internal Audit in Community Health Centers, and OIG Audit? Don't Despair, Prepare!
Thomas E. Maynor, II, MD, MPH
Dr. Thomas Maynor is currently deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operations Officer of the Robeson Health Care Corporation (RHCC), a federally qualified health center with multiple sites in rural North Carolina. He supervises the Chief Financial Officer, Chief Human Resources Officer, Chief Behavioral Officer, Chief Medical Officer, Director of Performance Improvement and is responsible for ensuring that the strategic clinical, financial, and human resources goals and objectives of RHCC are met. He has been with RHCC since 2005. Previously, Dr. Maynor served as the Deputy Director and Interim Chief Executive Officer of the Washoe Tribal Health Center that served Native Americans in both Nevada and California. In 2003, Dr. Maynor was honored by the National Indian Health Board with the Local Impact Award work in the Phoenix Area Office of the Indian Health Service. Since 2007, Dr. Maynor has also served a consultant to the Management Solutions Consulting Group and has provided direct on-site administrative and technical support to community health centers from across the country. Dr. Maynor also serves as an Adjunct Professor for the Masters of Public Administration program at the University of North Carolina Pembroke and as a Board Member of the Scotland Memorial Foundation, Scotland Health Care System. Dr. Maynor received a Doctorate of Medicine from Eastern Carolina University and a Masters in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Mary Thomas-Locklear assumed the role of Vice President/Chief Human Resource Officer in 2000 after serving as RHCC’s Human Resources Manager since 1989. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Public Administration with a minor in Religious Studies from Pembroke State University and a Masters of Public Management from University of North Carolina at Pembroke. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management and the North Carolina Community Health Centers Association’s Human Resources Workgroup. Ms. Thomas-Locklear is deeply involved in her community as a member, Sunday School teacher and Praise Team director at Pleasant Meadows Church as well as a motivational speaker, youth advisor and mentor, and community volunteer.
Robin Yolanda Peace, MD
Dr. Robin Peace joined RHCC as Chief Medical Officer in 1998. Previously she worked as a Certified Medical Technologist in the Coagulation Laboratory at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina, and the Blood Transfusion Service at UNC Hospital in Chapel Hill. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Doctor of Medicine from East Carolina University School of Medicine in Greenville. Dr. Peace completed the Family Practice Residency Program at East Carolina University School of Medicine. She has completed numerous certifications including Advance Cardiac Life Support, Human Participant Protections Education for Research Teams Course, Basic Cardiac Life Support, and Certified Medical Technologist. She has also completed additional training in HIV Medicine. Dr. Peace served as a member of the Board of Governors Medical Scholarships Committee and is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha-Honor Medical Society. She has conducted research on Twinning in Rural Care Settings at East Carolina University School of Medicine and ACCORD (Action to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes) at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. She is involved in her community as a presenter on health topics at churches and community functions, and chair of the Hem of Hope health and wellness program at Sandy Grove Missionary Baptist Church. Dr. Peace is a Board Certified Family Physician and is licensed in North Carolina. She is a member of the National Medical Association, American Academy of Family Physicians, North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians, American Society of Clinical Pathologists, and American Medical Association.
George Timothy Hall
George Timothy Hall joined RHCC as Clinical Director of Behavioral Health Services in 1995 after serving as a Consultant/Supervisor since 1993. He is also Pastor of Faith Community Church in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Previously he worked as Pastor of Beulah Baptist Church in Lumberton, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Outpatient Therapist at Rumbaugh Mental Health Clinic in Fayetteville, Consultant/Supervisor to P.C. Contracts in Chapel Hill, and Assistant Director of Day by Day Treatment Center in Selma. He is a Licensed and Ordained Minister of the Gospel, Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist, Certified Clinical Supervisor, and Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Mr. Hall holds a Bachelor of Science from Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina, and a Master of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest. He is a former member and President of the North Carolina North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board (NCSAPPB), Delegate to the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC) - 6 years, NCSAPPB Budget and Operations Committee Chairperson, member and former President of the NC Substance Abuse Federation, and member and Executive Committee member of NC Coalition.