Vice President, Virginia Region & DC Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Services
As Vice President of the Virginia Region & DC Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) Services, J. Caprice Brown is responsible for overall strategic and operational goals (including internal operations, program expansion, risk management, leadership development and program evaluation) for all program areas in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the I/DD programs throughout the District of Columbia.
Brown started with Volunteers of America Chesapeake & Carolinas in October 2021 as Vice President of the Virginia Region, supporting housing and homeless services, including veterans programs, workforce development initiatives, intellectual and developmental disabilities programs, and behavioral health expansion and integration throughout the region.
Brown previously served as President and CEO of Legend Consulting, a national consulting firm supporting non-profit integration of programs to address social determinants of health. He has held management positions with local and national non-profit organizations in health and human services and disaster relief industries.
Brown is a member of American Society of Public Administration and Alliance for Nonprofit Management. Brown received his bachelor’s master’s degrees from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.