Board of Directors

Jim Rodgers, Chairman
Senior Vice President, Summit Community Bank, Martinsburg

After graduating from UVA in 1981, Mr. Rodgers and his wife moved to Florida where he began his banking career, working with Southeast Bank for ten years before moving back to Martinsburg in 1991. He is now a commercial lender with Summit Community Bank. He began working with Panhandle Home Health as a board member in 1999 and he now serves as Chairman of the Board.

Vicki R. Jenkins, Vice Chairman/Treasurer
Retired Director/Principal James Rumsey Technical Institute

Vicki Jenkins is a graduate of Shepherd College who earned her Master’s Degree at WVU. She was an adjunct faculty member at Shepherd University and Morgan County “Teacher of the Year.” She serves on the WV State LPN Board and is a graduate of the Leadership Berkeley.

Charlotte Anderson, RN, Ph.D, Secretary
Professor Emerita, Shepherd University Department of Nursing Education

Retired from the Shepherd University Department of Nursing Education in 2010, Professor Anderson received her BS Nursing from Eastern Mennonite University and her MS, Nursing and PhD from George Mason University. She joined PHHI’s Board of Directors in 1997 and now serves as Secretary. She is committed to furthering healthcare services throughout the community.

Nancy Mason, BS, NHA
Administrator, Clary Grove, Martinsburg

Ms. Mason began her career in healthcare as a volunteer at the age of 12, never looking back. She completed her Administrator-in-Training internship at Oak Pavilion Nursing Center in 1989 and joined the Heartland family of centers serving at numerous facilities before coming to Martinsburg in 1998. She is an active member of the Diabetic Task Force of the Shenandoah Health Systems and also the WV Health Care Association, chairing numerous committees. Ms. Mason joined PHHI’s Board in 2003.

Judith Miller Jones
Consultant and Founding Director, National Health Policy Forum

As founder and director, Ms. Jones guided the National Health Policy Forum's educational programming and spearheaded NHPF's fundraising efforts. Ms. Jones studied at Georgetown Law School and completed her master's degree in educational technology at Catholic University. Currently, she serves as a resource to foundations, researchers, and other members of the health policy community. Judy and her husband, Stan, also helped to found Good Shepherd Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers, a service delivery program for the elderly and disabled. 

Glenn P. Hare, Esquire

Mr. Hare holds a Masters in Business Administration from Tulane and a Juris Doctorate Degree from Loyola. He founded his own law firm in 2010 after working for 25 years with other firms in the capacity of associate, counsel, or partner. Mr. Hare’s primary experience is in labor and employment matters. Before becoming an attorney-at-law, Mr. Hare worked in management in industrial relations.

Thomas Knutson, MD, DO
Center for Orthopedic Excellence, Martinsburg

Dr. Knutson is a board-certified surgeon and has been serving as Orthopedic Surgeon at the Center for Orthopedic Excellence in Martinsburg since 2002. He received his medical degree in 1997 from A.T. Sill University, Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine.