Board Members


David Ingram

Board Member

David is the Sustainability Manager for the City of Wilmington and brings over 10 years of experience in recycling/zero waste programs, energy efficiency, green building operations, and project management. He is passionate about integrating sustainability best practices into City operations and actions. David has BS in Wildlife Biology from the University of Georgia, and is a LEED AP through the US Green Building Council. David brings his diverse background toward advancing the City toward becoming more environmentally, socially, and economically sustainable. David has been with Keep New Hanover Beautiful since April 2017.


Audrey Dunn

Board Member

Audrey graduated with a bachelor of arts in Anthropology from Tufts University and a master of science in Forest and Nature Conservation from Wageningen University in the Netherlands. She has worked as a research assistant on ecological studies in Madagascar, Indonesia, and Poland, and conducted her own research in the Netherlands and Madagascar. She moved to Wilmington in 2019 to serve as Cape Fear River Watch’s Environmental Education AmeriCorps member before joining their staff full-time as their Programs & Outreach Officer. She currently coordinates KNHB and CFRW's cleanup events throughout New Hanover County. She is passionate about working towards a healthy, sustainable, and just world for all. When she isn’t picking up trash, she’s reading books, practicing yoga, petting other people’s dogs, or eating at Block Taco.


Dick Brightman

Executive Director

Dick has always felt giving back to the community is a citizen’s responsibility, when he and his wife Margie settled in North Carolina after a lifetime of memories made in New Jersey, he felt Keep New Hanover Beautiful would be a great way for him to continue his philanthropy efforts.  Dick has been a part of their impact since 2012 and currently serves as the Executive Director. With a mission to reduce litter, improve recycling and beautify New Hanover County, the nonprofit’s goals align with his ethics. Dick has recently been elected as the Treasurer of the Executive Board for Cape Fear River Watch, an environmental nonprofit with the mission to improve and protect the Cape Fear River through education, advocacy and action. 

“At present, I am extremely excited about the composition and diversity of our board as well as our growing list of volunteers.” Dick’s favorite accomplishment thus far is the Cigarette Litter Recycling Campaign, kickstarted in 2017, the momentum has grown from an idea to involving many businesses throughout New Hanover County.


Adrienne Moore

Vice Executive Director

Adrienne’s commitment to preserving and protecting coastal resources began in childhood. A true Wilmingtonian, she credits her family with nurturing a deep love of nature. Many happy childhood days were spent learning about marine life and the important connections among animals, humans, rivers and the ocean.

Today, as 3rd generation owner and COO of James E. Moore Insurance Agency, Inc. in Wilmington, she continues the agency’s record of corporate citizenship through financial support, and also by leading agency personnel in local clean-ups and service drives. 

In addition to her enthusiasm for and commitment to KNHB goals, Adrienne brings a collaborative leadership style and extensive community ties. She currently serves on the Executive Committee of the North Carolina Aquarium Society and on the Lower Cape Fear YWCA Women of Achievement committee. Prior civic service includes being past vice president of Keep New Hanover Beautiful and chair of Big Sweep, past member of the UNCW Alumni Board, past member of Women’s Impact Network as well as supporting many other non-profits.


Veda Lewin


Veda is a graduate of UNC-Wilmington with a BS in Environmental Sciences and is currently working on a Master's in Coastal Management. Her passion for the environment began in 2015 with the Don’t Drill NC campaign; since then Veda has been teaching outdoor education and working on environmental programs such as installing a living shoreline in Sunset Beach, NC, and bringing TerraCycle recycling to UNCW. Veda has been with Keep New Hanover Beautiful since December 2017; her responsibilities include managing the website and record keeping for the organization.