DHIC, Inc., a local nonprofit development company committed to meeting the housing needs of seniors, families and individuals of modest incomes, welcomes to its Board of Directors Raleigh City Council appointees Dexter Hebert, Associate Executive Director of the Alexander Family YMCA, and Elizabeth Voltz, attorney and founding member of Weatherspoon & Voltz.  They will serve a two-year term and will be up for reappointment in 2015.

“DHIC is pleased with the Raleigh City Council appointments and welcomes the expertise and diverse perspective the new members will bring to the board and to addressing the growing housing needs of seniors and families throughout the Triangle,” says Gregg Warren, President of DHIC.

Dexter Hebert – With twelve (12) years of experience providing partnership opportunities and leadership to the Alexander Family YMCA, Dexter has been involved with various community organizations and activities that empower and support low- to moderate-income families and neighborhoods.

Beth Voltz – Prior to partnering with Will Weatherspoon, Beth practiced law for five years in the Raleigh office of a large international law firm. Beth is admitted to practice law in the Supreme Court of the United States, the State of North Carolina and in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina.  Before joining the Board of DHIC, Beth served as Board Chair for Safechild, Inc.