HFUW 2020-21 Annual Report

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR CEO Every day, Heart of Florida United Way (HFUW) fights for ALICE families – or Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed. Nearly half of Central Floridians fit into this population. By delivering programs to support ALICE, investing in solutions and convening passionate people around important issues, HFUW works tirelessly to make Central Florida a better place to be for everyone. HFUW’s resilience was put to the test in 2020 with the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our local economy was ravaged, suffering disproportionately compared to the rest of the state or even the nation. Furloughs, layoffs, missed rental and utility payments, increased mental health issues, hunger, and domestic violence were concerns that challenged many of our neighbors. Amid the chaos, our office went virtual in a matter of four days in order to maintain a commitment to staff safety. Even so, we had a responsibility to serve the community. Our staff never stopped serving Central Florida. Although 2020 brought many challenges, it also gave us a chance to lead the community through some of its darkest times. Today, we continue to meet challenges from the effects of COVID-19, and we continue to show up and lead in our community. Although times have been challenging, HFUW is proud to be the voice for those in need, sound the alarm on important issues, and orchestrate collaboration with community leaders. We are proud to make an impact in many different areas through our own volunteer opportunities and through the partner agencies we support. Even today, the team at HFUW continues to meet the community’s needs head-on by working directly with clients through this crisis. Our 211 Call Specialists, Case Managers, and other client-facing staff have helped those in need navigate the system of resources. Our team handled more than four times the normal number of 211 calls, and provided vital support to keep Central Floridians afloat. And we are still here answering the call. There is a lot of work left to be done in our community, but the efforts of leaders and change makers in our community will continue to provide the hope and relief needed to move forward together as we continue to Live United.

Jeff Hayward President & CEO Heart of Florida United Way



Chair Sean DeMartino President Coastal Construction Company

Vice Chair Tracey Powell Vice President, Travel Services, Pricing & Revenue Management The Walt Disney Company

Jan Aspuru Chief Operating Officer Orlando Utilities Commission

Donna Dyson Market President and Publisher Orlando Business Journal

Malcolm Barnes Director, Residential & Business Markets Operations Duke Energy

Stephanie Garris, Esq. Chief Executive Officer Grace Medical Home

David Belvin Vice President, Rotary Wing and Ground Programs Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control Adrian Bennett Regional Director, Southern Jacksonville Division Publix Supermarkets Inc. Jay Darulla Senior Vice President, Regional Executive Bank of America John Davis Secretary State of Florida, Florida Lottery


Treasurer Michael Mueller Chief Financial Officer Orlando Health / Dr. P. Phillips Hospital

Elisha González Vice President and Executive Director, Government Affairs, Community Relations and Foundation FAIRWINDS Credit Union Todd Goodman Chief Financial Officer AdventHealth and Central Florida Division Adventist Health System Avido Khahaifa Former Editor-in-Chief The Orlando Sentinel Linda Landman González Vice President, Community Relations and Government Affairs President, Orlando Magic Youth Foundation Orlando Magic

Secretary Eddie Francis, Esq. Shareholder Lowndes Law Firm

Robert Maiocco Financial Advisor Ameriprise Financial / The Trentham Santiago Group Marie Martinez Operations Manager The Howard Phillips Center for Children & Families Maritza Martinez-Guerrero Associate Vice President, Government and Community Relations University of Central Florida Peter Meyer Central Florida Market President TD Bank Sheriff John Mina Sheriff Orange County Sheriff’s Office Shawn Molsberger President Orlando Health - South Seminole Hospital

Immediate Past Board Chair President & CEO John Pisan Jeff Hayward Managing Director of Private Bank, SVP Heart of Florida United Way Fifth Third Bank

Robert Newland Chief Executive Officer Newland Associates

David Ruiz Retired President UPS Florida

Hope Newsome, Esq. Managing Partner Virtus LLP

Joanne Santiago Property Manager Peachtree

Gaby Ortigoni President & CEO Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando

Lisa Shepard Retired Ernst & Young

Michael Pattillo Partner Ernst & Young LLP Tammy Paycer Senior Vice President of Community Development Truist Bank Ronald F. Piccolo, Ph.D. Chair, Department of Management University of Central Florida Chief Orlando Rolón Chief of Police City of Orlando Police Department

Ed Timberlake Chairman, Central Florida Board Seaside National Bank & Trust Annetta Wilson Communication Skills Strategist Annetta Wilson Media Training & Success Coaching Bill Wilson, Esq. Retired Partner Holland & Knight LLP




Cash Investments - operating Campaign pledges receivable, less allowance for uncollectible pledges of $2,080,241 and $2,714,588 in 2021 and 2020, respectively Grants receivable Other receivables Prepaid expenses Property and equipment, net Pooled investment with Central Florida Foundation, Inc.


Total Assets






1,010,133 443,314


678,282 569,376

31,779,122 15,375,783


2,546,298 2,133,809 290,144 123,475 3,235,019 2,175,707

15,437,591 10,140,864 2,503,671 1,278,232 145,490 90,708 3,346,592 1,769,487

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS LIABILITIES Accounts payable Accrued expenses Campaign pledges due to designated agencies and other United Way organizations Grants payable Loan payable

360,480 4,375,587 1,178,200

929,439 1,827,430 1,178,200



NET ASSETS Without donor restrictions With donor restrictions

42,552,297 7,739,346

19,993,937 9,535,971

Total Net Assets



Total Liabilities

Total Liabilities and Net Assets






EDUCATION WE LIVE UNITED FOR EDUCATION A good education is the foundation to a better life. With a solid education, doors of opportunity open towards sustainable employment, and thus, financial stability. Because of United Way’s investments, 71,436 children, youth, and parents/guardians participated in programs and services that increased their chance for success in school, work, and life. UNITED WAY MANAGED PROGRAMS IMPACT 16 four-year-olds participating in Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) classrooms participated in weekly reading comprehension activities for 32 hours combined that helped develop essential literacy skills through ReadingPals. A program that supports low-income, first generation, and/or veteran students at Seminole State College, Destination Graduation provided 168 at-risk students the resources they need to stay in school and graduate with their cohort. UNITED WAY FUNDED PROGRAMS FAST FACTS • 32,409 children ages birth to 5 years old were enrolled in high quality childhood programs • 2,418 youth received services to support college/career readiness outcomes • 98% of youth achieved an on-track GPA to move to the next grade • 93% of high school seniors graduated on time


FINANCIAL STABILITY WE LIVE UNITED FOR FINANCIAL STABILITY Financial stability is a key component to living a better life. With nearly half of the Central Florida population falling into the ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) category, financial stability can be next to impossible to achieve when living paycheck-to-paycheck. Despite the continuing financial obstacle of COVID-19, Heart of Florida United Way served 144,766 Central Floridians last year through financial stability programs. UNITED WAY MANAGED PROGRAMS IMPACT 2,583 households received free, in-person tax preparation assistance with an IRS-trained volunteer through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) sites, AARP locations or filed online using MyFreeTaxes.com, resulting in $3,409,696 in tax refunds. 379 low-to-moderate income households received tax refunds by claiming the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) through United Way’s financial stability coalition. United Way provided 13,294 clients and their families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic with nearly $7,300,000 in emergency rent and/or utility assistance, as well as providing services to households facing non-COVID crises 185 families with 229 school-age children were provided resources and case management services to reduce student mobility issues by helping families stabilize financially to avoid eviction or foreclosure. UNITED WAY FUNDED PROGRAMS FAST FACTS • 911 youth and 208 adults received job skills training through community investments • 100% of adults reached through community investments earned job-relevant licenses, certificates, and/or credentials • 6,053 people accessed affordable financial services (e.g., checking and saving accounts, credit cards, loans, etc.)


HEALTH WE LIVE UNITED FOR HEALTH Being healthy is central to living a better life. Whether it’s access to regular check-ups, having someone to talk to about your mental well-being or learning healthy behaviors, being healthy can dramatically influence someone’s life. United Way supported programs and services that helped 46,352 Central Floridians increase their health and avoid risky behaviors by participating in programs designed to improve the health of children, youth, and adults. UNITED WAY MANAGED PROGRAMS IMPACT 2,353 HIV/AIDS patients in Orange, Osceola, Seminole and Brevard Counties improved their quality of life through the Ryan White Part B/General Revenue programs, funded by the Florida Department of Health. 276 children and their families were able to identify potential developmental or behavioral concerns and were linked to community supports through the Help Me Grow program. UNITED WAY FUNDED PROGRAMS FAST FACTS • 31,337 children, youth and adults obtained health care services • 348 mothers and 938 babies accessed preventative healthcare • 10,582 participated in physical activity and/or healthy food access/nutrition programs • 63% of children demonstrated appropriate levels of developmental functioning


BASIC NEEDS WE LIVE UNITED FOR BASIC NEEDS There are basic necessities that everyone requires to live a better life. Food and housing are at the top of the list, but according to the United Way ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) Report, nearly half of Central Florida is struggling to consistently provide the basics. United Way worked to reduce the level of crisis for 348,118 of our community members by helping to meet immediate, emergency needs through programs and services. UNITED WAY MANAGED PROGRAMS IMPACT 223,003 individuals received assistance through United Way’s 211 Information and Referral Crisis Line. Ranging from suicide crisis de-escalation to hurricane season information to connecting individuals with resources to meet housing, food, healthcare and utility needs, 211 was there to answer the call 24/7/365. UNITED WAY FUNDED PROGRAMS FAST FACTS • 4,951 individuals and their families received case management and low barrier shelter/ housing services • 34,307,451 meals were served through congregate meal services and emergency food pantries • 99% of seniors reported “maintained or improved” ability to live independently • 98% of seniors reported “maintained or improved” physical and mental well-being


VETERANS WE LIVE UNITED FOR VETERANS Making it home is only half the battle. Mission United is a collective effort that addresses the complicated and fragmented systems of veteran services currently in place. It is a community collaboration that serves as a central contact for veterans to access community support and resources. UNITED WAY MANAGED PROGRAMS IMPACT 1,186 veterans and their families received information, resources, and assistance specific to their needs in the areas of education, employment and legal assistance. 86% of veterans were connected to a service that met their needs. UNITED WAY FUNDED PROGRAMS FAST FACTS • 615 veterans received case management services • 223 veterans received emergency financial assistance • 145 veterans received legal consultation services and 93 veterans received legal representation to increase financial stability and/or avoid eviction due to impacts by the COVID-19 pandemic • 67% of veterans obtained the preferred decision regarding a divorce or child custody/ support/paternity action/domestic violence protection orders • 50% of veterans removed a barrier to employment by sealing or expunging a criminal record • 76% of veterans had an eviction prevented or delayed • 52% of veterans obtained, preserved, or increased income • 31 veterans gained employment • 583 veterans accessed income support such as public assistance, transportation, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), etc.


WOMEN UNITED WE ARE WOMEN UNITED As an integral part of Heart of Florida United Way, Women United® fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in Central Florida. As part of a powerful, global network of over 70,000 women leaders, we are taking a stand against the most critical issues facing more than 165 communities in six countries. WOMEN UNITED IMPACT By supporting the Heart of Florida United Way, of the 728,095 individuals served, Women United helped touch the lives of 223,205 women and their families, providing services designed to create a thriving community where adults and children achieve their full potential with access to a solid education, good health, safe neighborhoods, and jobs that pay a living wage. WOMEN UNITED IMPACT FAST FACTS • Women represented at least 56% of the clients served • At least 43% of the households served were led by women • 123 Women United members led the charge and inspired the change this year, comprised of 83 Investor Level members and 40 Supporters • Women United raised $330,858 this year to help continue to make a change in the community




The Howard Phillips Center for Children & Families New Image Youth Center Orlando Day Nursery PACE Center for Girls Winter Park Day Nursery

Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida Catholic Charities of Central Florida Central Florida Community Arts Christian Service Center for Central Florida Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida Community Coordinated Care for Children Community Legal Services of Mid-Florida Early Learning Coalition of Seminole County Harbor House of Central Florida Help Now of Osceola Hope CommUnity Center Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association, Inc.

New Image Youth Center Osceola Council on Aging, Inc. PACE Center for Girls The Salvation Army, Orlando Area Command The Salvation Army, Sanford Corps Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida Seminole County Bar Association Legal Aid Society Seminole County Victims’ Rights Coalition d.b.a. Safe House of Seminole The Sharing Center



Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida Central Florida Community Arts City Year Orlando Community Coordinated Care for Children Early Learning Coalition of Seminole County Harbor House of Central Florida Hope CommUnity Center




All Star Dads Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Florida Early Learning Coalition of Seminole County Grace Medical Home Health Care Center for the Homeless Hope CommUnity Center The Howard Phillips Center for Children & Families

New Image Youth Center Osceola Council on Aging, Inc. PACE Center for Girls Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida Seminole County Victims’ Rights Coalition d.b.a. SafeHouse of Seminole

Catholic Charities of Central Florida Christian Service Center for Central Florida Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida Harbor House of Central Florida Help Now of Osceola Hope CommUnity Center Meals on Wheels Etc. Inc. Osceola Council on Aging, Inc.

The Salvation Army, Orlando Area Command The Salvation Army, Sanford Corps Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida Seminole County Victims’ Rights Coalition d.b.a. SafeHouse of Seminole Seniors First The Sharing Center

211: ANSWERING THE CALL Heart of Florida United Way’s 211 Information & Referral Crisis Line is always there to answer the call for help. In the 20-21 fiscal year, 77,277 contacts were answered from households who were in desperate need of help. These contacts affected approximately 223,003 individuals and their families by

providing problem-solving, crisis de-escalation and connection to resources to meet their needs. 211 is an essential resource for people in our community as they face issues such as utility disconnection, food insecurity, and eviction.


13,294 Households in the tri-county area received COVID-related rental, mortgage and/or utility assistance


Of Orange, Osceola, and Seminole County clients reported satisfaction with the services provided by 211

$7.32 million In financial assistance was provided to families impacted by the COVID-19 crisis by leveraging CARES Act dollars and funding from utility companies

211 is the most comprehensive source of information about local resources and services in the country. Thousands of caring, local experts are available to help, 24/7/365. Calls to 211 are confidential and can be anonymous.


Suicide contacts were answered in the 20-21 fiscal year, which means that 20 lives were saved per day by 211 during this time


VOLUNTEERS WHO LIVE UNITED Volunteers impact all facets of United Way’s mission. Heart of Florida United Way’s Volunteer Resource Center (VRC) harnesses the caring power of our community to create lasting change. Overall, 1,908 volunteers contributed 19,124 hours of service, saving local nonprofit agencies $545,798. Thanksgiving Project 2020: For the second year, Heart of Florida United Way dished out 1,500 Thanksgiving meal kits with a side of hope at three sites throughout Central Florida. The Thanksgiving Project alleviated some financial burden for 1,500 prequalified ALICE households (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) by reducing expenses for a big holiday meal. Week of Action 2021: To kick off the New Year and to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the VRC organized 7 days of opportunities for over 200 volunteers. These activities included virtual options, outdoor beautification projects, and webinars to learn about how volunteering can benefit not just the community, but those who give their time. Share the Love 2021: Share the Love brings together volunteers to create care packages or items for groups in need. In 2021, volunteers crafted 220 no-sew fleece blankets for Veterans in our community, both in-person and utilizing Volunteer-At-Home kits via mail. Community Baby Shower 2021: Postponed from 2020, HFUW was able to creatively host a safe first ever Community Baby Shower for new and expecting families in Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties. This combination of a virtual resource fair and drive-thru distribution provided 100 ALICE households with needed baby items. Over 300 Volunteers made baby blankets, packed and distributed gift bags, boxed lunches, and special cookies to each participating household. Local Group Volunteering: Whether corporate based or a community group, the VRC is always available to help match groups with their ideal opportunity. Even during the pandemic, the VRC found creative and safe ways to help volunteers continue to impact their community. This included multiple beautification outings (outdoors), virtual card-making activities, and shipping Volunteer-at-Home kits. Volun-Tourism: In 2020, the hospitality industry was impacted by COVID-19 and group cancellations. Prior to 2020, 75 million people visited the Orlando area. The VRC has established a line of Volun-Tourism products to appeal to individual, corporate, and convention visitors to extend the benefit of our local Tourism industry. These programs harness the volunteer power of groups ranging from 3 to 3,000 participants to support the community through meal packing, bike assembly, and other engaging projects. As visitors begin to return to our area, our VRC is helping to bring Corporate Social Responsibility opportunities to life through engaging volunteer activities.


Beautification project during Week of Action (above)

Volunteers load up baby supplies into recipients’ cars during Community Baby Shower.

Volunteers pack and distribute meal kits during Thanksgiving Project.




LEADERSHIP DONOR APPRECIATION EVENT December 2020 Host Sponsor: SeaWorld Orlando


In appreciation of our Leadership Donors, SeaWorld Orlando invited United Way supporters and United Way staff for a day in the park during the month of December, offering a safe and family-friendly environment for guests to enjoy the holidays in Central Florida. WOMEN UNITED LUNCHEON March 2021 Host Sponsor: Orlando Health The Women United Luncheon draws prominent female business and community leaders from across the tri-county area to learn more about getting involved with the Central Florida community and be inspired by a keynote address. This year’s speaker was Lisa Nichols, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Motivating the Masses, Inc. Lisa’s extraordinary story of transforming her own life from public assistance for her family to leading a multi-million dollar enterprise is the inspiration behind her bold mission to teach others that it is possible to do the same. She left the audience with the empowering boost we all needed to begin establishing our goals and tap into our limitless potential. THE STATE OF OUR FAMILIES June 2021 At the virtual State of Our Families event, attendees had the opportunity to learn more about the current state of Central Florida and the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on ALICE (Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed) in Central Florida’s tri-county area. Community leaders came together to discuss opportunities and challenges in the areas of education, transportation, housing, and workforce. VITA VOLUNTEER CELEBRATION July 2021 The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Volunteer Celebration honors the volunteers who contributed tens of thousands of hours to help Central Floridians prepare their taxes and put millions of dollars back into the pockets of people who are struggling to survive during a time of crisis.


President & CEO Jeff Hayward visits corporate partner SeaWorld and Michelle Brady-Palmer during the 2020 Leadership Donor Event.

Women United Luncheon 2020 keynote speaker, Lisa Nichols, inspired the crowd virtually this year.

Virtual Remo platform filled with WUL attendees


When the HFUW office pivoted to working remotely in 2020, events had to be reimagined as well. Attendees traded in ballrooms for webcams, and HFUW utilized a new virtual platform called Remo (shown above) to host interactive and engaging events from the safety of their homes. From a lively virtual Women United Luncheon to the informative State of Our Families, HFUW kept audiences feeling inspired and informed.


OUR PARTNERS At United Way, we stand up for the health, education and financial stability of everyone in our community, but we can’t do this alone. Listed here are the top companies and organizations that help us keep families in their homes, children in school, seniors healthy, and so much more. Thank you to those who sustain us: our partners who we count on year after year to help us do our best work in Central Florida. We could not do this work without you!


Shawn Molsberger 2020-21 Campaign Chair

President Orlando Health - South Seminole Hospital


TOCQUEVILLE SOCIETY Heart of Florida United Way’s Tocqueville Society is comprised of leading philanthropists who understand the value of a major investment in our community, especially when leveraged. Tocqueville Society philanthropists achieve the goal by annually giving a minimum of $10,000, and by sharing the opportunity to invest among peers and colleagues. The Tocqueville Society is named after French historian Alexis de Tocqueville who recognized, celebrated and immortalized the true spirit of volunteerism that lives in the hearts of Americans. Lindsay & Dan Abt Barney & Carol Barnett Jacqueline “Jackie” Bozzuto Robert H. Brown & Mary Recchia Brown Clint Bullock Lisa Ann Caldwell Steve Clifford Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Cira Ixchell C. Duarte Jennifer & William Dymond, Jr. Eddie Francis Benaiah Gant Joel & Stephanie Garris Ben & Cynthia Giannetti Anne-Marie & Jeff Hayward Leslie Hazenfield Blake & Sandy Hostetter Lars Houmann Don Howard Henry & Anne Jedraszczak Jim & Lillian Kattelman Robert & Carla Kennedy Jim & Marci Knauss The Lopdrup Family Foundation Rich Mahaley

Alex & Juliet Martins Dr. E. Ann McGee Michael & Renee Mueller David Neel Michael & Beth Pattillo John & Meena Pisan Brad & Nancy Richmond Wayne & Dr. Robin Roberts John & Jan Reker Lisa Shepard & Chris Rowley Troy Sands Salli & Greg Setta Dana & Alice Schmidt Terry & Paula Shaw Thomas K. & Jane B. Sittema Brent & Mandy Smith Eddie & Milca Solar Ramona Spears Brian Tillman Shawn Trotter-Mitchell Jennifer Williams & James Yannucci Bill & Suzy Wilson Anonymous Anonymous

Ted Crowell

Dr. P. Phillips

Helen & Richard Devos

Dr. Nelson Ying


UNITED WAY RECOGNIZED FOR HELPING OTHERS IN CENTRAL FLORIDA Over the past year, Heart of Florida United Way has led the charge, fighting for those who have been directly impacted by COVID-19. We fought for families who lost wages, lost essential health insurance coverage, and struggled to feed their families. Donor In June 2020, Orlando Family Magazine recognized Jeff Hayward, our CEO, as one of the Super Men of 2020 for his work in “helping to improve Orlando.”

Graciela Noriega Jacoby, Chief Operating Officer, was awarded the prestigious Don Quijote Excellence Award by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando and Prospera.

In September 2020, the City of Orlando recognized Andrés Acosta, Planning Council Support Coordinator from the Ryan White Program, with the Hispanic Heritage Unsung Hero award.

The Orlando Business Journal named Jeff Hayward as a “Game Changer in 2021” and a “business leader to watch” because of “Heart of Florida United Way’s effort to help people during the pandemic.”

In November 2020, Jeff Hayward was recognized by the Orlando Business Journal as a “CEO of the Year” honoree because Heart of Florida United Way “has worked to stay nimble during the COVID-19 pandemic.”

In April 2021, Orlando Business Journal recognized Mission United Manager Norris Henderson as a 2021 Veteran of Influence.

Melanie Cross, Planning Council Support Manager also from our Ryan White Program, was recognized as a “Service Award” recipient on World AIDS Day 2020.


generosity made it possible for us to maintain the capacity needed to respond to our community. And our efforts have not gone unnoticed. The local community, and others far and wide, recognized our staff for their hard work and commitment to the mission.

Our entire organization, specifically our 211 Information and Referral Crisis Line, received recognition in the Florida Trend Magazine, naming the non-profit sector its “Floridian of the Year” for playing a “vital role amid the pandemic, maintaining a safety net for millions of struggling Floridians.”

Transforming Our Community

HFUW closed out 2020 with some of the most incredible news in our entire 82-year history. Our organization was honored to have received the largest gift in our history from author and national philanthropist, MacKenzie Scott. She and her team “took a data-driven approach to identify organizations with strong leadership teams and results…” and awarded HFUW with a transformational gift that will help drive significant and lasting change here in Central Florida.





Michael Pattillo, Chair

Bill Wilson, Chair

Michael Mueller, Chair

Michael Harding

Jan Aspuru

Tom Baldwin

Kevin Maddron

Donna Dyson

James Cross

Cliff Neve

Todd Goodman

Stephen Graham

Phil Nix

Jan Lloyd

Tim Hyslop

Anne-Marie Salamone

Maritza Martinez-Guerrero

Stacy Johnson

Dr. Ronald Piccolo

Peter Lopez

Shawn Molsberger, Chair

Christina Ruiz

Tupperware Brands

Garrett Miller

Orlando Health South Seminole Hospital

David Belvin


Kari Conley

John Pisan, Chair

Duke Energy

Fifth Third Bank

Tim Cook

Jay Darulla

AdventHealth Altamonte Springs

Bank of America

Anand Patel

Sean DeMartino

Ernst & Young

Coastal Construction Company

James Toscano

Michael Muller


Orlando Health / Dr. Phillips Hospital

Jon Weiss

Tracey Powell

Ernst & Young

Deloitte & Touche LLP, Retired

Foundry Commercial

MAD Security

Deloitte & Touche LLP

MCA Connect


Lockheed Martin

Orange County Government


Holland & Knight LLP, Retired

Orlando Utilities Commission

Orlando Business Journal

AdventHealth Central Florida Division

Seminole State College

University of Central Florida

University of Central Florida

Walt Disney World Parks & Resorts U.S.

Orlando Health / Dr. P. Phillips Hospital

FAIRWINDS Credit Union

Cross, Fernandez & Riley, Retired

Dr. P. Phillips Hospital

Hyslop Business Consulting LLC

Raymond James

Lowndes Law Firm


Keith Swider Visit Orlando




Robert Maiocco, Chair

Paul Hey, Chair

Elisha González, Chair

Samantha Kearns-O’Lenick

David Glickman

Harriett Fort

Lisa Curran, Vice Chair

Giorgina L. Pinedo-Rolón

Frank Guerriero

Heather Frebe

Helen Donegan, Chair Emerita

Maritza Martinez-Guerrero

The Trentham Santiago Group

TD Private Client Group

Morgan Stanley

Broc Rosser Edward Jones

Lockheed Martin

H.W.Fort Construction, Inc.

VA Medical Center

Norris Henderson

Heart of Florida United Way

Joe Lamberty


Valencia College, Advanced Manufacturing Training Center

Hope Newsome, Chair

Tommie Maldonado

Malcolm Barnes

Jay Mobley

Virtus LLP

Duke Energy

Maritza Martinez-Guerrero University of Central Florida

Orange County Government

Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association

Colby Perry Career Source

Karen Randolph

Kelly Educational Services

Fred Robinson VITAS Healthcare

Sue Selsky

Fairwinds Credit Union

OUC - The Reliable One

Lindsay Abt Ernst & Young

Kathy Brown

Sherry Magee KPMG

Cathy Brown-Butler

Juliana Peña

Vivian Burbage

Tracey Powell

Meghan Curren

Alyse Quinn

Melanie DiVirgilio

Christina Ruiz

Bank of America

Enterprise Holdings



Lourdes Mola Solutions

Greater Orlando Aviation Authority

Walt Disney World Parks & Resorts U.S.

Big Vision

Tupperware Brands

Ixchell Duarte CNL

Jose González Walt Disney World

Samantha Sterthaus

Anne-Marie Hayward

9th Circuit Court

University of Central Florida

Lourdes Mola

Lena Graham-Morris

Lisa Vargas

City of Orlando

Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute

Seminole County Bar Association Legal Aid Society

Camaraderie Foundation


Horus Construction Services

Coached by Design

Danielle Hollander Visit Orlando


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