Inova Board of Trustees Announces Three New Members

Terri McClements, Jeff McKay and Paul Misener begin their terms in 2024

Falls Church, VA, Feb. 28, 2024 – Inova, Northern Virginia’s largest non-profit healthcare provider and the region’s most recognized for excellence, has announced three new members joining the organization’s Board of Trustees in 2024. Terri McClements, former Mid Atlantic Managing Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC); Jeffrey C. McKay, Chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors; and Paul Misener, Founder and Principal of Misener Innovation LLC, have joined Inova’s Board.

The Board of Trustees is primarily responsible for overseeing Inova’s strategy, financial condition, and the performance of management. Inova’s 24,000 team members provide care for more than one million patients each year through an integrated network of hospitals, primary and specialty care practices, emergency and urgent care centers, outpatient services and destination institutes.

“We are excited to welcome Terri, Jeff and Paul to the Inova Board,” said Nazzic Keene, Chair of Inova’s Board of Trustees. “Their diverse expertise and dedication to advancing the quality of healthcare in this community will be an invaluable asset to our board.”

Terri McClements, a former PwC Partner, brings more than 36 years of experience to the Inova board. Throughout her career, she has advised Fortune 100 and 500 companies on strategy, digital transformations, human capital, diversity & inclusion, financial matters, and board culture. 

As PwC’s Vice Chair/Human Capital leader and Regional Advisory leader, McClements transformed PwC’s talent strategy and led the integration of 10 acquisitions. Most recently, she led PwC’s Diversity Equity and Inclusion consulting practice working closely with Boards of Directors and Executive leadership teams to establish and enhance their overall ESG strategy. She also served as the Mid-Atlantic managing partner leading a team of 6,000 professionals. 

McClements serves on the Board of Park Hotels & Resorts and has served on the American Cancer Society Board of Directors since 2019 and currently serves as the Vice Chair and chair of the Human Capital Committee. She also served on the Board of the Economic Club of Washington DC. McClements has been recognized as 100 Most Powerful Women in Washington, Virginia Business’ 50 Most Influential Virginians, and Washington Business Journal C-Suite Award and 100 Most Powerful Executive. She is also a licensed CPA. 

Jeffrey C. McKay is Chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors with more than 25 years of experience working on behalf of the residents of Fairfax County.  Prior to being elected chairman in 2019, McKay served three terms representing the Franconia District on the Board of Supervisors. He also served as chief of staff to his predecessor in that role for 12 years.

McKay has been a champion for equity, education, affordable housing, transportation, revitalization, and the environment in Fairfax County. His commitment to these issues has been demonstrated on the Board as former Chair of the Legislative and Transportation committees and current Chair of the Budget Committee. Currently, he is Chair of the Dulles Corridor Advisory Committee and serves on both the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.  He is a lifelong resident of southern Fairfax County and he and his family have been active in healthcare issues, including supporting Inova Mount Vernon since its inception, and the recently approved Inova Franconia-Springfield Hospital.

Paul Misener served as global vice president for for over 23 years, most recently as Amazon’s Vice President for Global Innovation Policy, before founding Misener Innovation LLC, a consultancy dedicated to helping organizations to innovate, advocate, and communicate their culture, processes, and products/services. While at Amazon, he established, built, and led Amazon’s global public policy organization from 2000 to 2016, and he testified before the U.S. Congress over 30 times. Both an engineer and attorney, he previously was a partner in a Washington, DC law firm and a manager at Intel.

Misener serves on the boards of the Smithsonian Libraries and Archives, the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, and on the GMU President’s Innovation Advisory Council. He chairs the foundation for Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology.

“Terri, Jeff and Paul are innovative leaders whose perspectives will guide our mission to provide quality, patient-centric care to the communities we serve,” said J. Stephen Jones, MD, FACS, President and CEO, Inova. “Together we will continue to drive positive change, ensuring Inova remains at the forefront of world-class healthcare.”

With these additions, the current members of Inova’s Board of Trustees include:

Charles Beard
Alan Dabbiere
Renee DeSilva
Jill Duncan
Madeline Erario, MD
Kathryn Falk
J. Stephen Jones, MD
Lesley Kalan
Nazzic Keene
Terri McClements
Jeffrey McKay
Paul Misener
Mark Moore
Paul Saville
Jean Stack

About Inova                                                               

We are Inova, Northern Virginia and the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area’s leading nonprofit healthcare provider. With expertise and compassion, we partner with our patients to help them stay healthy. We treat illness, heal injury and look at a patient’s whole health to help them flourish.​ Through our expansive network of hospitals, primary and specialty care practices, emergency and urgent care centers, and outpatient services, Inova provides care for more than one million unique patients every year.  Total patient visits exceed four million annually, demonstrating our ability to deliver the best clinical care and ensuring a seamless experience for all who rely on us for their healthcare needs. Consistently ranked and recognized as a national healthcare leader in safety, quality and patient experience, Inova’s world-class care is made possible by the strength and breadth of our network, our 24,000 team members, our technology and our innovation. Inova is home to Northern Virginia’s only Level 1 Trauma Center and Level 4 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and provides high-quality healthcare to every person in every community we are privileged to serve – regardless of ability to pay – every day of their life. More information about Inova can be found at

1 Comment

  1. Syed on March 19, 2024 at 7:19 am

    How about increasing the physician representation in the board, who are responsible for generating most of the revenue for the organization , without whom the Inova organization can’t survive. I think 1/3 representation of Physicians in the board would be very fair. But than, there is nothing fair in the corporate world which has a strangle hold on the communities in general. Bottom line is revenues and not welfare if the commons. Instead of getting high powered people in the board, get commoners from both business and health fields. Sorry for such scathing reviews.

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