Chesapeake Hospital Authority Names New Officers
CHESAPEAKE, Va. – Four Chesapeake Hospital Authority Board members were recently elected to leadership roles. Robert W. Tull, Jr. was named Chairman, Kristi A. Wooten, Esq. was named Vice Chairman, John T. Maxwell was named Secretary and Robert H. Schnarrs, M.D. was named Treasurer. Each member will serve one year in their elected positions.
Robert W. Tull, Jr., Chair
Robert (Robin) W. Tull, Jr., is the founder and president of Tull Financial Group, Inc., in Chesapeake. He is a Certified Financial Planner™ who has contributed to the New York Times, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Reader's Digest, CNNfn, Smart Money Interactive, and Financial Planning Magazine. Tull is an active community volunteer with more than 30 years of financial planning experience in the Hampton Roads community. In 2019 he received Chesapeake Rotary Club’s First Citizen of Chesapeake Award.
Kristi Wooten, Esq., Vice-Chair
Kristi Wooten is the managing partner of the Wooten Law Group, PLC and focuses her practice on Family Law. Wooten earned both her master’s and Law Degree from Regent University in Virginia Beach, Va. She sits on several professional boards, was an honoree of Inside Business’ Top 40 under 40 and is active with church and community leadership roles.
John T. Maxwell, Secretary
John Maxwell has over 30 years’ experience as a management consultant and senior vice president at the Mercer Group, Inc. From 1978-84 he served as Chesapeake’s City Manager and is the recipient of the Management Innovation Award by the International City/County Management Association.
Robert H. Schnarrs, M.D., Treasurer
Dr. Schnarrs is a board-certified general and plastic surgeon who has been practicing in Hampton Roads since 1991. He is regionally recognized as a leader in breast reconstruction and treats upper extremity and hand injuries and anomalies. Schnarrs is a published author and serves on several academic and hospital committees.
The Chesapeake Hospital Authority is an 11-member board comprised of area citizens who oversee the operations of Chesapeake Regional Healthcare, its anchor facility, Chesapeake Regional Medical Center and all associated practices.