Meet Our Board
We are grateful to our Board for their hard work
and dedication to the legacy of John Landon Black.
The Board of Directors for the Foundation include Amy Land, Board Chair of the Foundation and Judge for the Third Circuit Drug Court Program; Natalie Gray, CEO of Clarendon Behavioral Health Services; Ladell Grice, Professor at Central Carolina Technical College and retired law enforcement leader; Gene Morris, Chief Deputy of the Clarendon County Sherriff’s Department; King Cutter, Public Defender for Clarendon County; Greg King, teacher and coach at Clarendon School District; Payne Gregory, local business owner and Dawn Still, retired Clarendon County Department of Social Services leader. Shaun Kent and Jack Furse, Manning attorneys; as well as Jeff and Stephanie Black, John Landon’s parents, are serving as advisors to the Foundation. There is also a Student Advisory Board with high school students from each of the five public and private schools in Clarendon County.