CvilleBioHub Expanding Board of Directors to Deepen Connection to Community

Since founding the organization four years ago, CvilleBioHub has grown and amplified its impact at the forefront of the region’s biotechnology industry. This growth enables an exciting new opportunity to expand the Board of Directors and include a diverse range of key leaders to participate in the organization’s mission at a deeper level. Martin Chapman, Co-Founder and Board Chair, will step back starting September 1, while fellow Co-Founders Susan Klees and Taylor Cope will continue on as board members. 

In the next month, CvilleBioHub will be connecting with the community to identify candidates for open Board positions with broad leadership experience and passion for serving the biotech community in support of CvilleBioHub’s mission. A full Board position description can be viewed here.

If you are interested or know someone who would be a great fit, reach out to Executive Director Nikki Hastings at to have a conversation. We look forward to introducing you to our expanded CvilleBioHub Board of Directors in early fall.