The Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation (APCF) announced the election of Dwight Moore, Michelle Whitlock Cadle and Natalie Ghidotti to its Board of Directors. Members of the APCF Board of Directors are prominent community leaders who commit their leadership and experience to the foundation’s mission for a three-year term.
“The Foundation is pleased to welcome Dwight, Michelle and Natalie to the Board of Directors,” said APCF Executive Director Chris Collier. “Each of these members bring leadership and expertise, and we’re excited to channel that energy into furthering our mission to educate, encourage and engage with men to make the best possible healthcare decisions.”
Moore is a prostate cancer survivor and Little Rock resident who has been an active voice in promoting prostate cancer awareness and education. He also speaks with support groups and has participated with APCF in the Prostate Cancer Research Program (PCRP) through the Department of Defense in Washington, D.C.
Cadle is a North Little Rock resident and has been a philanthropist and fundraiser for more than 20 years. She has also been a state and federal lobbyist and served on 1st District U.S. Rep. Rick Crawford’s DREAM Council, featuring economic and community leaders from Arkansas’ Delta counties.
Ghidotti is President and CEO of Ghidotti, a Little Rock-based public relations and content marketing firm, and a board member of Little Rock Rotary Club 99. She has won numerous accolades for her work in the public relations and communications industry, including being named one of the nation’s Top Women in PR by PRNews in its 2020 class of honorees.
APCF also announced the election of its Executive Committee members, consisting of the following: Board Chair Tom Courtway, Board Vice-Chair Don Fowler, Board Secretary Allison Vetter, Board Treasurer Chris Prewitt, Immediate Past Board Chair Joe Rantisi and Member at Large Dr. Nirmal Kilambi.