Pleas elected to Jackson-Feild boardPublished 10:29pm Thursday, July 31, 2014
An attorney in the Suffolk Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office has been elected as a new trustee for the Jackson-Feild Home’s Board of Trustees.
Narendra R. Pleas was one of four new trustees elected to serve three-year terms for the organization during its annual meeting.
Pleas, a native of Georgia, moved to Virginia Beach when she was in high school. A graduate of Agnes Scott College in Atlanta, she received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Indiana.
Previously a practicing attorney in the Emporia/Greensville and Sussex County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s offices, she is now an assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney for Suffolk.
Pleas is a member and treasurer of the Emporia/Greensville Volunteer Rescue Squad, a former secretary for the Virginia Association of Volunteer Rescue Squads District 2 and a member of the board of directors of the Emporia/Greensville YMCA.