Kristine Moore


Kristine assumed the role of WIN chair in late 2018. Shortly after joining WIN, she was invited to join the Large Grants Committee and was immediately exposed to the heart of WIN’s purpose  talented women working collectively to make a positive impact on the community. Recently retired from a career at Shell and previously with IBM as well as startup, she now focuses her attention on board work, both non-profit and for-profit.  She serves on the Board of WHQR and as Non-Executive Director at Ocean Power Technologies, a global renewable energy company. She is inspired by the many wonderful women in WIN and excited to work with the motivated, energetic BoD in carrying forward the mission of WIN. 

Kate Phillips Connolly


Kate joined WIN in 2016, and is currently serving as the vice-chair on the WIN Board. She has been a part-timer in Wilmington since the 1980s and currently divides her time between Wilmington and Dublin, Ireland, where she and her Irish husband have their work base. Their two daughters are mostly grown and flown, one in grad school in New York and one working overseas, but Wilmington is home base for the whole family. She values both the work WIN does and the community of women who make it happen, and is excited to be a part of the Board helping WIN establish itself as an independent organization.

Liz Kachris-Jones


Liz has been a WIN member for six years, serving on the Grants Committee and Education Committee (Chair for three years).  Liz is the Training Administrator for the NC Guardian ad Litem Program, where is she also a volunteer advocate in New Hanover County. Liz has served on various local, state, and national committees that focus on child wellbeing and advocacy. Seeing the impact of WIN collective giving is a gratifying and energizing experience!

Laura McCabe

Events Liaison

Laura joined WIN in 2017, and joined the Education Committee last year. Retired from DuPont, Laura serves on the Friends of the Arboretum board, and during tax time is an AARP volunteer tax preparer. She and her husband Duncan were part of the 2019 Azalea Festival garden tour. They also enjoy cycling together on their tandem bicycle, and recently returned from a cycle tour of South Australia.

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