Board of Trustees
Steve Wojcik, Officer, Chair
Health Policy Consultant; former VP of Public Policy, National Business Group on Health
Steven Wojcik is retired Vice President of Public Policy at the National Business Group on Health. For over twenty years, he was responsible for leading the Business Group's public policy strategy and external communications. Prior to that, he managed government relations and policy analysis for major national insurers in California, having started his career in health policy research, analysis, and program evaluation. He has over 30 years of experience in health policy development, analysis and research, government relations, corporate communications, and public affairs.
Rebecca Segal, Officer, Secretary
President & Chief Executive Officer of Fauquier Health
A strategic healthcare leader with more than a decade of hospital operations experience, Rebecca Segal joins Fauquier after a five-year tenure as CEO at Rutherford Regional Health System (RRHS). During her time at RRHS, the hospital made strides in physician recruitment, expanding access to primary and specialty care through their region, and in employee engagement and patient safety and experience. The facility also had improvements in quality outcomes and reductions in preventable harms.
Prior to RRHS, Rebecca served as the Chief Operating Officer of Lake Cumberland Regional Hospital, a LifePoint Health facility in Somerset, KY., and as assistant administrator for two other LifePoint facilities in Virginia and West Virginia and has been in the industry since 2001.
Rebecca earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, VA., and a Master of Health Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va. In 2017, she was named one of Becker’s Hospital Review’s “Rising stars: 60 healthcare leaders under 40.” She is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and Certified Professional in Patient Safety (CPPS).
Joel Barkman, Member
President/Owner, Golden Rule Builders, Inc.
Joel is the President/Owner of Golden Rule Builders, Inc. a design-build firm in Catlett, VA. Joel built the first Golden Rule home in Fauquier County over 30 years ago. Since then he has continued to maintain a reputation for quality, service, and community involvement. Joel has been named the Builder of the Year by the Northern Virginia Building Industry Association (NVBIA), Business Person of the Year by the Fauquier County Chamber of Commerce, and attained the “Big 50” Award from Remodeling Magazine.
Joel and his wife Patty have five children and are active members of the Dayspring Mennonite Church. He also serves on the boards of New Horizons Ministries, Good Life Ministries, and Lord Fairfax Community College.
As a leader in the Green Building, Living-In-Place and Solar Energy movements, Joel has been involved in creating vision and responsible building practices in and around our community. His efforts include sustainable design models, healthy living alternatives, Universal Design concepts, and environmental stewardship initiatives — all of which help make for a stronger, cleaner and safer community.
Joseph Brown, MD, Member
Fauquier Physician Practices, Fauquier Health General Surgery at Culpeper
Dr. Brown grew up in Southwestern Virginia and graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in Civil Engineering. He worked in the coal industry as a summer intern and ultimately for several years with engineering firms in Virginia prior to attending medical school at the Medical College of Virginia. He completed surgery residency at the Carilion Hospital System in Roanoke Virginia.
Joseph Brown MD, FACS is a board-certified general surgeon with an interest in breast surgery, general surgery, and wound care. He holds certifications in wound care and hyperbaric medicine.
He enjoys the outdoors, walking his dog, and trips to Montana in the summers with his wife and two children. He can be found in Blacksburg on Saturdays cheering for the Virginia Tech Hokies during football season.
Renard Carlos, Member
Town Council, Town of Warrenton
Renard Carlos is a lifelong resident of the Town of Warrenton, Virginia and a graduate of George Mason University, Schar School of Policy and Government. Mr. Carlos is employed in the financial service industry and enjoys working with clients to help them achieve their financial goals. Mr. Carlos was elected to the Warrenton Town Council in 2018 and is an active member within the community. He currently serves as a board member for The Fauquier Hospital, Northern Piedmont Community Foundation, and Lord Fairfax Community College Advisory Board. Additionally, Mr. Carlos is Vice President of the Fauquier County NAACP. Mr. Carlos currently lives in the Town of Warrenton with his wife Lea.
Cynthia Dougherty, MD, Member
Fauquier Health Northern Virginia Surgical Specialists
Cynthia Dougherty, MD is a board-certified general surgeon, with special interest in breast surgery, laparoscopic gallbladder surgery, hernias, lipomas, skin cancer, cysts, and peritoneal dialysis access. Dr. Dougherty earned a BA in microbiology and a BA in zoology from Miami University. In addition, she holds a Medical Technologist certification from University of Cincinnati. She attended Medical School and completed her general surgery residency training at the Medical College of Ohio. Dr. Dougherty was born and raised in Ohio, but as a life-long horse lover, a move to Virginia horse country was easy. She enjoys fox hunting and horseback riding whenever she has time. Dr. Dougherty also enjoys antiquing, auctioning, running the church thrift shop, and spending time with her husband and two children.
Anne Hall, Vice-Chair, Member
Real Estate Broker, Long and Foster Real Estate
Anne Hall has been a Fauquier County resident since 1964. She attended Mary Washington College and obtains her B.A. degree in Sociology in 1958. She has worked as an Associate Broker at Long and Foster Real Estate in Warrenton, VA, for the past 48 years. Anne has been involved in many community initiative and held various leadership roles such as board member for Fauquier Health, Fauquier Free Clinic, Laurel Ridge Community College Foundation, and Highland School. She is also a member on the Warrenton Rotary Club, Fauquier Chamber of Commerce, and the Virginia Gold Cup Association Committee.
Anne and her husband raised and educated their children here. They have two children and two grandchildren. Anne enjoys traveling, biking, walking, and listening to music.
Anita Maybach, MD, Member
Medical Staff President
Virginia Emergency Medicine Associates, Emergency Medicine
Dr. Anita Maybach's father, Eric J. Maybach MD started working at Fauquier Hospital ER in 1970. He moved the Maybach family to Warrenton in 1972. Anita was raised in Warrenton and attended St. John's Elementary School and Fauquier High School. She then attended VA Tech and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Anita attended Eastern Virginia Medical School, followed by a residency program at Geisinger Medical Center.
Anita has been board-certified in Emergency Medicine since 2002 and has been on staff at Fauquier Hospital since 2005. Currently, she also see patients at her primary care office, which she took over when her father passed away unexpectedly in 2008. Anita is the medical director of the Warrenton branch of Heartland Hospice and for White Springs assisted living facility.
Anita plays a large part of this community in which she grew up. All of her brothers and sisters live in Warrenton with their families as well.
Russell Rabb III, Member
Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney, Culpeper County
Russell Rabb is a lifelong Virginian and has lived in Culpeper County since 2006 when he accepted a job in Warrenton. Since that time his wife and he have made this area their home. They are proud parents of two children who are both in middle school.
As a 1999 graduate of James Madison University, Russell earned a B.A. in English. In 2005, he earned his J.D. from Appalachian School of La w. Since graduation, Russell has been actively engaged in the practice of law. In 2006, Russell began working for the Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney for Fauquier County. In 2016, he then joined the Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney in Culpeper and has worked there ever since as Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney.
Russell became interested in hospitals and the important role they play in the community when his sister became a nurse almost fifteen years ago. He feels her work has helped him to understand the important role that nurses and doctors play in a community and that a strong hospital can be the backbone of a community.
In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his kids. Some activities they enjoy are hiking, going to the beach and playing with their two dogs.
David Reilly, MD, Member
Winchester Radiology, PC
Dr. Reilly is a diagnostic radiologist with Winchester Radiology, PC. Dr. Reilly knew from an early age that he wanted to be in the medical field. Not only does he enjoy helping others, he enjoys the science aspect that comes with the field. Dr. Reilly graduated from George Washington University in 1989. Following graduation, he completed his Doctor of Medicine at George Washington University in 2000. From there, he completed residency training in diagnostic radiology in 2005, and then fellowship training in body imaging in 2006.
Vineeta Ribeiro, Member
Teacher, Mountain Vista Governor’s School
Vineeta Ribeiro holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Clemson University (1988) and is completing a Masters of Educational Technology from James Madison University (expected 2022). She teaches mathematics at Mountain Vista Governor’s School, a STEM program that spans seven public school districts for gifted students, grades 10-12.
Vineeta worked as a systems engineer, technical writer and product manager prior to taking a 17-year hiatus to raise and homeschool her six children alongside her husband of 34 years.
She enjoys spending time with family and friends, working with young people, and writing. Vineeta has had over 200 family humor columns published in her community’s newspapers in Northern California and in Fauquier County, as well as numerous magazine articles.
Kristina Simpson, Member
Director of Health Professions and Chief Nursing Officer at Laurel Ridge Community College
Kristina Simpson is a wife, mother of 2, and a nurse of 22+ years. She presently serves as the Director of Health Professions and Chief Nursing Officer
at Laurel Ridge Community College, which includes the Middletown and Warrenton campuses, along with the Luray site. Kristina graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Liberty University in 2000. She later received her Master of Science in Nursing Education from Liberty University online in 2012. Throughout her career, Kristina has earned multiple credentials, including CNOR (Certified Registered Nurse in the Operating Room), CLNC (Certified Legal Nurse Consultant), and FCN (Faith Community Nurse).
Kristina began her career in a step-down Surgical Telemetry Unit, where she was promptly promoted to charge nurse. She transitioned to the Operating Room (OR) in 2002 and joined the Open-Heart Surgical Team. In 2008, she accepted a role as Clinical Educator in Surgical Services, which later evolved into the OR Clinical Manager role. Overseeing the 15-bed OR and multiple procedural rooms, along with roughly 100 employees, Kristina realized her affinity for leadership and compliance with accreditation and regulatory bodies. She served on the Magnet Program Self-Study committee from 2010-2013 and was ultimately invited to apply to the interim Magnet Program Director role. She transitioned to this role in 2013 and successfully led the
organization through their 2013 Magnet site visit. Kristina stepped away from acute care in 2014 to pursue a community effort. Along with a group of parents and teachers, Kristina spent several years building and establishing a private school in her hometown, serving as executive board member and trustee from 2013-2020. During that time frame, she ran her own legal nurse consultant business and consulted for other businesses in the area. In 2016, she began her journey in higher education, starting as an adjunct faculty (clinical faculty) at Laurel Ridge Community College. Since that time, she has held multiple roles, including Nurse Retention Specialist, Nursing full-time (teaching) faculty, and Nursing Program Lead. She assumed her current position of Director of Health Professions in the Fall of 2020, where she led her team through the pandemic and their most recent and successful ACEN accreditation visit in 2022.
Kristina’s favorite past-time is spending time with her family, including her husband and teenage son and daughter. She is a vocalist and plays the piano, saxophone, and clarinet.