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Board Leadership

Fetter Health Care Network is served by a board of directors who directs, implements, and oversees the actions necessary to ensure the successful completion of our mission and goals.

Board Leadership

Fetter Health Care Network is served by a board of directors who directs, implements, and oversees the actions necessary to ensure the successful completion of our mission and goals.

Nicolas Shungu, MD


Dr. Shungu is an assistant professor of family medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), where he teaches and treats patients. He received his bachelor’s degree from Duke University and his medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Shungu completed his residency training at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.

Dr. Shungu serves as the school of medicine faculty lead for the Institute for Primary Care, a statewide program focusing on recruiting primary care providers and serves as co-advisor for the SNMA, an organization dedicated to equity and social justice in medicine. In his previous role at the University of North Carolina, Dr. Shungu served on the Family Medicine Clinical Champions Committee for Quality Improvement.

Shelli Quenga, MA


Ms. Quenga oversees all advocacy and programming for South Carolina statewide nonprofit organization, Palmetto Project, with particular focus on access to coverage and healthcare services for South Carolinians of any age, income, immigration status, gender identity and expression and disability.

Shelli formerly directed a regional nonprofit focused on children with special healthcare needs and continues to serve as an advocate for educational, community and medical services for children with special healthcare needs and their families. She holds a master’s degree in counseling from Webster University and a bachelor’s degree from Vassar College.

Juwan X. Ayers, MBA


A Summerville resident, Mr. Ayers graduated from South Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. He has received several honors, including being a part of Leadership South Carolina and has been named in the Charleston 35 & Under “Best and Brightest.”

Aside from his position with Fetter Health Care Network, Mr. Ayers serves the Charleston community as a member of several Board of Directors including One80 Place, Charleston Trident Urban League and the SC Commission for Minority Affairs. Mr. Ayers is currently employed with Synovus Bank as a Commercial Banker.

Alison McCullough, MPH


Ms. McCullough is the Health and Disability Service Specialist for East Coast Migrant Head Start Project in Lodge, SC, as well as the bookkeeper and customer service specialist at Southern Crane & Tractor, Inc. in Walterboro, SC.

She has a bachelor of arts degree in psychology and a bachelor of science degree in biology from Presbyterian College, where she graduated cum laude and with honors. She also as a master of public health degree from Georgia State University. In addition to serving on Fetter’s board of directors, she is a board member of Huellas de Paz.


Catherine O’Conner Durham, DNP, APRN, FNP-C

Dr. Durham is the Assistant Dean for Graduate Practice Programs and Associate Professor in the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program at the College of Nursing. She earned her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Purdue University, Master of Science in Nursing from the University of South Carolina and her Doctor of Nursing Practice from the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. Durham is an ANCC certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She is currently a member of the advisory committee for the State Board of Nursing, the vice president for the Low Country Advanced Practice Association, a Fetter Health Care Network Board member and a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Dr Durham is also an active drilling Reservist in the US Navy and holds the present rank of Captain. She currently serves as the Senior Nurse Executive for 154 Navy Reserve Nurses throughout the South East and previously completed a mobilization to New York City in support of COVID-19.

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Ms. Harper-Armstrong earned her Juris Doctorate degree from the Charleston School of Law and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Charleston Southern University. She brings legal experience with her, having practiced at her own solo firm, Harper- Armstrong Law, LLC in Charleston and then at Suttles Law Firm, LLC, in Summerville.

Ms. Harper-Armstrong is a member of the South Carolina Bar Association and Charleston County Bar Association. Ms. Harper-Armstrong has volunteered her expertise to a variety of local organizations, including Charleston Pro Bono and Centers for Heirs Property Preservation. She received special recognitions from the MUSC General Counsel’s Office while completing an externship there. Prior to becoming an attorney, Ms. Harper-Armstrong worked as an operating room registered nurse for the Medical University of South Carolina and the Bruce W. Carter Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Miami. She also served with several Miami-area and New York City hospitals. While working at the Miami VA, she received an award for peri-operative nursing excellence and she volunteered for a surgical mission trip to Haiti.

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Ms. Johnson earned her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Louisville in Kentucky. Prior to this, she received her Master of Health Administration from the University of Kentucky in Lexington and her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from the University of Virginia School of Nursing in Charlottesville. Ms. Johnson has provided legal counsel and guidance for institutions on the east coast, such as McNees, Wallace & Nurrick, LLC in Pennsylvania and Eagle Group International, Inc. in Georgia. She also operated her law practice, the Law Office of Angela E. Johnson in South Carolina. She has devoted time to helping her community with a variety of volunteer positions, including service with the Porter-Gaud School’s various diversity, equity and inclusion committees and Seacoast Church’s Dream Center Medical Clinic. Currently, Ms. Johnson is the Executive Director for Drawing Near to God Ministry in Mount Pleasant, SC.

Edna Edward Williams, MA

Ms. Williams earned her Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Charleston Southern University and would later attend Webster University to pursue her Master of Arts in Human Resources Management and Human Resources Development.

Ms. Williams currently serves as a payroll specialist with Business Solution Concepts, Inc. She is an active member of the Charleston Chapter of Chums, Inc., Tri-County Women’s Project, Inc. and other location organizations.

John Givens

John P. Givens III, BS

A Walterboro, SC, native, Mr. Givens is a graduate of South Carolina State University and a commission officer of the United States Army Reserve. He is a highly experienced construction professional, serving as a project manager for Construction Dynamics Inc., where his projects have helped further education, manufacturing, municipality and other vital sectors uplifting our communities.

Aside from his role on Fetter’s board, Mr. Givens serves on the Building Board for the City of Walterboro. He is a regular volunteer and student mentor with Thunderbolt Career and Technology Center’s brick masonry program, as well as with Charleston’s Architecture Construction Engineering (ACE) Mentor Program.

Iroasha Washington

Iroasha Washington, MSW

With an extensive background in family and social services, Ms. Washington brings important expertise to helping Fetter better serve patients of all ages. Over the years, she has served as a parent advocate for Mary Ford Early Learning Family Center, human services coordinator at SC Department of Mental Health, human services specialist at SC Department of Social Services, and mental health consultant for Empowered Counseling Services. 

Ms. Washington was named Charleston County DSS’ 2012 Case Manager of the Year and has dedicated her career to advocating for youth and families’ success. She earned her bachelor’s in criminal justice from Voorhees College and her Master of Social Work from the University of South Carolina. 

Enrique M. Grace

Enrique (Henry) Grace

Originally from Seville, Spain, and later living in Okinawa, Japan, while his father served in the military, Mr. Grace brings important global perspectives to serving our local community. After attending The Ohio State University and playing basketball for the Buckeyes, he had the opportunity to play basketball in Europe Open his return to the US he open his equipment financing company, where he enjoyed funding companies all of the world.

Now living in Charleston, Mr. Grace is the founder of the Charleston Hispanic Association, an organization dedicated to helping the Latino and Hispanic community settle and succeed via introductions to local businesses and services. Mr. Grace is also a member of the Charleston Stage’s board of trustees, Charleston County Public Library and the Boy Scouts.


Erica M. McDaniels

Erica M. McDaniels, ESQ

A graduate of the University of South Carolina and the Charleston School of Law, Ms. McDaniels is a dedicated representative of justice in our city. She serves as assistant general counsel at the College of Charleston, providing legal counsel at all levels on matters of state and federal regulations, risk management and federal law. She is a member of the Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honors Society and was awarded the National Association of Women’s Lawyer Award in 2014.

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Erica Taylor, PHD

With more than 20 years in education, Dr. Taylor is an education communications veteran dedicated to supporting Lowcountry learning systems and the students, families and communities they serve. Prior to her current position leading the Orangeburg County School District’s communication and technology program, she held leadership roles with Charleston County School District and South Carolina State University. 

Dr. Taylor is well-known for her relationship-building and communication skills, utilizing these abilities to successfully lead and manage teams in the effective delivery of complex topics to wide audiences. She currently serves as the chair of the Charleston Urban League Board of Directors, as well as on the Charleston Leadership Foundation and MOJA Arts Festival Community Advisory Committee.

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