Congratulations to our new Alumni Association Board members

Congratulations to our Board members-elect, whose three-year terms begin July 1, 2018.


Natasha Moulton-LevyNatasha Moulton-Levy '95
West Friendship, MD

Natasha Moulton-Levy is the chief executive officer of Integrative Skin Center, PLLC which offers cosmetic and medical dermatology and radiology services in multiple locations around the United States.
Moulton-Levy graduated with a B.A. in international relations from William & Mary and an MBA from Kogod School of Business at American University. She currently serves as a board member of multiple organizations, including the Maryland alumni chapter, Special Olympics Maryland and the Montgomery County Tennis Association. Moulton-Levy was a member of the planning committee for the Hulon Willis HWA 25th Anniversary Celebration in Washington, D.C., and is a member of the Tribe Club and the Tribe Aces.

Moulton-Levy and her husband have two children. She and her son co-authored the book "No Limits No Boundaries: My Journey through my ABCs."


Jewel Lim EspositoJewell Lim Esposito '87, P '19
Reston, VA

After attending the Mason School of Business, Jewell Lim Esposito started her post-college career as a financial auditor at J.P. Morgan in New York City. Now, Esposito is a partner at the full-service, cloud-based law firm FisherBroyles, LLP. Her 25-year legal practice in the Metro D.C. area is devoted to tax and ERISA, the federal law that governs retirement/health/welfare/deferred compensation plans. She delves into technical rules to craft creative and tax-beneficial strategies for corporations, non-profits and entrepreneurs around the country. Esposito enjoys scuba diving with her family and friends at her bucket list destinations, tackling the daily crossword puzzle and striving to be the next World Series of Poker Texas Hold 'Em champion. She looks forward to her son calling W&M his alma mater in May 2019.


Michael HoakMichael Hoak M.A. '02
Vienna, VA

Michael Hoak is the director of strategic policy at Humana, where he is responsible for developing and executing Humana's federal and state public policy initiatives. Since 2014, Hoak has served on the W&M Graduate Studies Advisory Board, which provides funding and support for graduate programs in the arts and sciences. Since 2016, he has served as an ex officio member of the W&M Alumni Association Board of Directors, representing graduate alumni. He holds a Bachelor's degree from James Madison University and a Master's degree in history from William & Mary. Hoak is a lifelong Virginia resident and currently resides in Arlington with his wife Allison and their daughter Ella.