The Wake Forest Chamber would like to welcome Marty Coward, financial advisor with Edward Jones; Robbie Earnhardt, president and owner of Superior Tooling Inc.; and Dawn Satterwhite, director of human resources at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, to the Chamber’s Board of Directors. Their term began July 1, 2019.
Rotating off the Board of Directors are Cathy Easop, Edward Jones; Ryan Hutchinson, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary; and Rondi Furgason. Thank you for serving on the Board of Directors!
New Board Member Biographies:
Marty Coward, Edward Jones
Marty is a long-standing Chamber advocate, having been an Ambassador for more than 5 years as well as serving on the Chamber Foundation for Common Progress board. He’s also involved with the Wake Forest Purple Heart Foundation and the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. His wife, Dena, is a proud Wake Forest native and they have 3 children.
Robbie Earnhardt, Superior Tooling Inc.
Robbie Earnhardt founded Superior Machining, now Superior Tooling Inc., in 1985. Along with other partners, he helped to establish NCTAP, the North Carolina Triangle Apprenticeship Program. He was appointed Chairman of NCTAP in 2015. Robbie also serves on the Board of Directors for the NC Apprenticeship Council and Wake and Johnston County workforce development.
Dawn Satterwhite, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
Dawn has served at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary for over 14 years. Prior to her role in HR, she worked in the accounting and payroll field for 15 years. A Raleigh native, she and her husband moved to Wake Forest in 1990 to put down roots and raise a family. Dawn is an active member at Richland Creek Community Church and looks forward to being more active in the Wake Forest community.