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WilmingtonBiz Talk: New Hanover Community Endowment's New President & CEO

By Vicky Janowski, posted Jan 4, 2022

New Hanover Community Endowment’s incoming president and CEO joined Monday's BizTalk.

Endowment board officials on Monday named William Buster as head of the more than $1.2 billion fund created from the sale of New Hanover Regional Medical Center to Novant Health.

Buster, who comes to Wilmington after serving as senior vice president of impact with Asheville-based Dogwood Health Trust, will help get New Hanover County's new endowment program and community grants process going. He starts in the new role March 1.

Joining Buster was endowment’s board chair Spence Broadhurst and vice chair Hannah Dawson Gage to talk about the next steps for the fund.

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