HIEC Vestry Nominations


HIEC Vestry Nominations


Judy Fielder

Judy Fielder grew up traveling as her dad was in the military. It wasn't until she moved to Atlanta in 1979 that the nomad lifestyle came to an end.  Soon after, Judy began attending HI & reconnecting with her Episcopalian roots. Professionally, Judy is a nurse & midwife, having worked in the field of women's health the entire time. More recently, Judy has become involved with the Absalom Jones Center for Racial Healing as a trainer & currently a board member. Judy has two daughters & four grans that bring her much joy.

David Losin

Dave Losin is a lifelong practicing Christian and relative newcomer to the Episcopal Church, along with his wife (Stacy) and their two children (Emma and Ellison). He was raised Catholic in East Cobb, where he attended Walton High School and went on to graduate from the University of Georgia with a degree in business. Dave is a client account executive with IBM Watson Health, focused on government health and human services technology solutions. The Losin family began attending services at HIEC in early 2019 and were excited to join the church later in the year after being so graciously welcomed into the parish. Dave and Stacy enjoy participating in church activities including Adult Formation and Foyers, and the children are active in Sunday school, youth group activities, Acolyte service (Emma), and the choir. Dave and his family look forward to becoming even more involved with the Church in 2021.

Virginia Mewborn

Virginia Mewborn is the Division Disaster Director for the Southeast and Caribbean Division. Ms. Mewborn graduated from Georgia State University with a degree in Urban Studies with a focus on non-profit administration. She began her career at the American Red Cross in 1991 working in Volunteer Resources and Disaster Services. Ms. Mewborn worked for the New York City Office of Emergency Management from 2003 – 2011 as the Assistant Commissioner for Training and Exercises where she led many large-scale exercises. In 2011, Ms. Mewborn returned to the American Red Cross in Washington, DC where she worked in Government Operations and as the Senior Director of Operations. Ms. Mewborn grew up at Holy Innocents’ where she was baptized and confirmed. She served on staff as the Christian Education Coordinator in the late eighties. Holy Innocents’ has been a special place for her!

Wes Reynolds

Wes is a native Atlantan and has lived around the country and the world, always returning to Atlanta. He and his wife Celine have two grown children who both graduated from HIES. Wes spent almost 20 years at Coca-Cola before his current work as an entrepreneur including his role as CEO of Green Mill Supercritical. Wes enjoys music, sings in the HIEC choir, and plays golf when he can.

Youth Vestry
Virginia King
Audrey Farnham