Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia appointed three new board members during its 47th annual meeting Jan. 24 at the Town Point Club in Norfolk. Beatriz Amberman has served on the Commonwealth of Virginia Latino Advisory Board, the Advisory Council of the Institute of Mexicans Abroad and the Mexican American Coalition. She spoke on behalf of more than 150 Mexican-American leaders before Mexico President Vicente Fox. She serves on the Virginia Beach Human Rights Commission, among others. Desiree Key oversees the career services program at Southampton High School, through which students receive support in career exploration, academic preparation and work experiences, promoting success through a comprehensive plan of services emphasizing 21st-century skills. Lynn Briley, an adjunct professor at Tidewater Community College, volunteers in women’s health-related awareness and fundraising activities. She also serves on the Friends of the Portsmouth Juvenile Court board of directors and is a member of the City of Portsmouth Historic Preservation Commission.