Drive-To-Work is a Virginia non-profit, tax-exempt corporation formed in 2007. It is registered as a charitable organization with the Virginia Office of Consumer Affairs, Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. A financial statement for the last fiscal year is available from the State Office of Consumer Affairs.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors of Drive-To-Work has extensive experience in government and business. The Board provides oversight and guidance to Drive-To-Work on corporate issues, legislative matters, administrative and judicial procedures, corporate and foundation support and client needs.
George W. Foresman
President, High Risk and Crisis Solutions
Former Under Secretary, US Department of Homeland Security
Charles J. Kehoe
Juvenile & Criminal Justice Consultant
Former Director, Dept of Justice Services, City of Richmond
Former President, American Corrections Association
Former Director, VA Department of Juvenile Justice
O. Randolph Rollins
||President, Drive-To-Work (ex-officio without vote)|
Former Virginia Secretary of Public Safety
Mary Dalton Baril, Esq.
||Partner, McGuireWoods LLP|
Cassandra S. Conover, Esq.
||Petersburg, VA Commonwealth's Attorney|
S. Preston Dillard
||Portfolio Manager, Thompson Siegel & Walmsley, LLC|
Ray Brown Duggins
||Former Chief Risk Officer, Standard Charter Bank - Singapore|
F. Stephen Fishel
||Director, Elliott Davis, LLC, Certified Public Accountant|
Glen Allen, VA
Yvonne Patricia Haynes, LCSW
||Mental Health Director, Richmond Behavioral Health Authority|
G. M. 'Manoli' Loupassi, Esq.
||Member Virginia House of Delegates|
Margaret Nelson, Esq.
||Former Chair, BSB Legal Access Committee|
Julien G. Patterson
||Former Chairman, Omniplex World Services, Inc.|
Past President, Virginia Chamber of Commerce
Former Chairman, Virginia Economic Development Partnership
Bonita Springs, FL
Dianne Reynolds-Cane, MD
||Former Director, VA Department of Health Professionals|
William C Thornton, Jr.
||Former EVP, LandAmerica Financal Group|
Management and Case Services
O. Randolph Rollins is founder and president of Drive-To-Work. A retired partner of McGuireWoods, LLP, Mr. Rollins served as Virginia Secretary of Public Safety during the administration of Governor L. Douglas Wilder.
Mr. Rollins oversees the day-to-day operations of Drive-To-Work and handles individual cases for Drive-To-Work clients.
Drive-To-Work receives financial support from individual and corporate contributions, grants from foundations and client administrative fees. These resources pay for administration and case management costs. Participating volunteer lawyers, paralegals and others contribute services pro bono.
Drive-To-Work's offices are located in Richmond, VA on public transit routes near Boulevard and Broad.
1735 Summit Avenue
Richmond, VA 23230
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am - 5pm