Wor-Wic Foundation Welcomes New Members
April 29, 2009

The Wor-Wic Community College Foundation recently welcomed Annemarie Dickerson and Anita Ferguson Todd of Berlin and Edwin Lashley and Matthew Maciarello of Salisbury as new members of the board of directors.

Dickerson owns and operates the Francis Scott Key Family Resort in Ocean City. She received her bachelor’s degree from Roanoke College in Salem, Va. Dickerson is a member of the board of directors of the Ocean City Hotel-Motel-Restaurant Association, Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore and the Ocean City Chamber of Commerce. She also chairs the board of the Worcester County Tourism Office in Snow Hill. Dickerson attends Holy Savior Catholic Church in Ocean City, where she is a finance board member and youth volunteer. She and her husband, Jim, co-owner/operator of the family resort, have three children, Peyton, 14, Ross, 11, and Riley, 9.

Lashley is chief of police at Salisbury University. In 2005, he retired as a lieutenant colonel and commander of field operations for the Maryland State Police in Pikesville, Md. Lashley is a member of the Maryland Troopers Association and the board of directors of the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore. He received his associate degree from Wor-Wic, and his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Wilmington University. He is also a graduate of the Maryland State Police Training Academy and the FBI National Academy. Lashley and his wife, Lisa, a social worker at the Holly Center in Salisbury, have three grown children.

Maciarello is a lawyer with Hearne & Bailey in Salisbury. He received his associate degree from Wor-Wic, his bachelor’s degree from Salisbury University and his juris doctorate from the University of Maryland School of Law. Maciarello is a member of the bar in Maryland and Delaware. He is president of the Wicomico Bar Association and a member of the Sussex County Bar Association. He serves as assistant legal counsel for the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Rotary Club of Salisbury and St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Salisbury. Maciarello and his wife, Sarah, assistant to the director at the Ward Museum of Waterfowl Art in Salisbury, have two sons, Jonathan, 7, and Luke, 4.

Todd is the public outreach coordinator for the Maryland Coastal Bays Program in Ocean City. She received her bachelor’s degree from San Francisco (Calif.) State University. Todd is president-elect of the Berlin Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the advisory board for Grow Berlin Green, a program designed to make Berlin a model town for conservation. She is also a member of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Berlin. Her husband, Joel, is state’s attorney in Worcester County. They live in Berlin with her daughter, Hailey, 17.