Springmoor is

a community of hospitality and vision

A dedicated team of leaders

Springmoor is a nonprofit corporation guided by an all-volunteer, unpaid board of directors. Members of the board share their valuable expertise and leadership skills garnered from years of professional and personal life experiences. These dedicated individuals are committed to maintaining Springmoor’s high quality and financial strength, ensuring residents are well served today and far into the future.

Board of Directors

Charles B. Ballard, President
Charles Ballard retired as a regional vice president with Lowe’s Companies Inc. of Mooresville, North Carolina. He is a member and past director of NC Home Builders Association and has served as a director for the Raleigh/Wake County chapter. He is also a former director of Northwestern Bank and First Union, both in Raleigh. Ballard is an active member of Millbrook Baptist Church and past chair of the church’s board of trustees, finance committee, building committee and deacons.

Ernest Carraway, Vice President
Ernest Carraway has practiced real estate law for more than 28 years and is a partner in the law firm of Layton & Carraway, PA. He is also a certified public accountant who has lectured in the department of accounting at North Carolina State University, and continues to teach accounting, tax and business law courses. A law graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Carraway practiced law in Greenville and taught at East Carolina University for five years before moving to Raleigh in 1982. He is an active member of Greystone Baptist Church.

Edith S. Simpson, Secretary and Treasurer
Edith Simpson is an active volunteer, a civic-minded individual and a former educator. She is the president of Meredith College Alumni Association and a past trustee of the college. Simpson is also actively involved with her church, First Baptist Church of Raleigh Downtown, and serves as a deacon.

Albert Calloway, Director
Albert Calloway served on the Springmoor Endowment Board prior to joining the board of directors. He worked more than 30 years for the State of North Carolina Economic Development Program and was a founding director of the Council for Entrepreneurial Development. Today he continues to be active in his church, First Baptist Church of Raleigh Downtown, and numerous other community programs.

Nina Cole, Director
Nina Cole also served on the Springmoor Endowment Board prior to joining the board of directors. A registered nurse, Cole worked at Kosair Children’s Hospital and Jewish Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky, before moving to this area. She served as director of nursing at Raleigh Internal Medicine for 12 years, and recently retired from Carolina Allergy and Asthma. Cole helped found Hospice of Wake County and has volunteered with the Open Door Clinic, Red Cross blood drives and the Parent Teacher Association. She is a founding member of Greystone Baptist Church.

Bill Baxley, Director
Bill Baxley began his career as a registered Pharmacist.  He worked for 47 years with Kerr Drug and has recently retired as Senior Vice President of Merchandise and Marketing.  He is member of the North Carolina Retail Merchants Service Corporation Board of Directors. Bill is a member of Greystone Baptist church and is currently serving as Deacon, Trustee, and Chairman of the Missions Committee. Billl enjoys golf, woodworking, kayaking, travel and attending the sporting events of seven grandchildren.

Judy Hill, Director                                                                                                                      Judy Hill is a Raleigh native and the founder and CEO of High Cotton, a national men’s apparel brand headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina. Judy spent her younger years in Raleigh, graduating from UNC Chapel Hill before moving to Washington, DC with her husband, Frank, where they raised their three sons. Her family returned to Raleigh in 2012. Judy has been very active in starting new Young Life programs in Northern Virginia and North Carolina and new Fellows Programs in Charlotte and Raleigh, and has served on the boards of both. She was the Director of the Infant Care Project in Washington DC, an outreach and fundraising effort, benefitting the pregnant mothers who lost spouses in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Judy is an active member of Holy Trinity Anglican Church. Her parents, Barbara and Dick Volk, currently reside at Springmoor.