Niki Fallis is a board member at the Danville Museum of Fine Arts & History and has helped with many events. Niki was born in Greece and grew up in Danville. Niki received her education at G.W. High School, Longwood University, and the University of Virginia. Her professional career was all spent in the field of education. Niki was a teacher with the Danville City Schools, an assistant professor at Stratford College, and an administrator at Longwood University. She was very active in professional organizations, serving as president of the Southern Association of Colleges and Employers and receiving the Distinguished Serve Award presented by the American Association of Employment in Education in 2001. Upon retirement from Longwood, she returned to Danville in 2002, and became involved in various organizations/boards, which are important in the growth and future of our area. Niki serves as president of the Danville Science Center and of the Museum Volunteer Guild and board member of the Langhorne House. In 2013, she served as president and is presently serving as secretary of the Community Foundation of the Dan River Region. She is a past board member of the Womack Foundation, the American Cancer Society, and the YWCA. Additional volunteer work includes serving as a docent at the Danville Museum, as a desk aide at the Science Center, and as a tutor with the school system. Niki’s personal growth includes serving as president and vice president of The Wednesday Club, past president of the Junior Wednesday Club, and as an advisor to the Junior Wednesday Club. She is also a member of the Garden Club of Danville and the Danville Literary Club. Niki attends St Peter’s Greek Orthodox Church.