47 Local Nonprofit Leaders Graduate from Community Foundation’s Leadership Success Academy

The Community Foundation of the Florida Keys is proud to announce that 47 nonprofit board and staff members graduated from its 2022 Leadership Success Academy.  The Community Foundation hosted its training program on February 10 and 11 at the College of the Florida Keys in Key Largo.

“This is the 15th year of our program but the very first time that we have held the training in the Upper Keys,” said Jennifer McComb, President and CEO of the Community Foundation of the Florida Keys.

The 2022 graduates are: Roberto Alonso, Kathryn Banick, Bonnie Barnes, Gina Boilini, Cathy Brewer, Alexa Bryant, Becki Burns, Curtiss Wright Carter, Cheryl Culberson, Jill Davis, Denise Downing, Lindsay Fast, Blanqui Galvez, Emma Haydocy, Stacey Henderson, Ben Hermelin, Cindi Irwin, Derrick Johnson, Hunter Kinney, Jill Kuehnert, Jasmine Lee, Laura Lietaert, Lesly Lopez, Jenny Lopez Romero, Szilvia Ludanyi, K. Shylon Martin, Chris McNulty, Patricia Milian, Stephen Molnar, Bob Murray, Madalyn Mussey, Judy O’Hara-Vetrick, Brittany Parker, Henry Quintana, Darlene Rota, Jocelyn Solis Lopez, Theresa Sutter, Terry Sutton, Sarah Van Caster, Russ Vickers, Terry Willner Tainow, Patricia Witchel, Amy Young and Suzi Youngberg. Leadership Success Academy alumni Ron Burd, Betsy Baste and Abby Goldman returned to learn and graduate again with their fellow nonprofit board members.

Presenters included nationally renowned nonprofit expert Alex Counts, servant leadership expert Dr. Susanne Woods, strategic planning expert Kimberly Matthews, and fundraising expert Wendy Gentes. The next session of the Leadership Success Academy will be held in 2023 in Key West. More information will be available at cffk.org/lsa.

Emma Haydocy and Pat Witchel of Florida Bay Forever
Presenter Wendy Gentes from Baptist Health

Your Community Foundation of the Florida Keys,In Paradise for Good, has granted over $32 million to benefit every resident from Key Largo to Key West, supporting arts and culture, beautification and preservation of the Keys, health and human services, disaster relief, scholarships, and youth programs. The Community Foundation helps individuals and families leave a legacy in the Keys by inspiring giving and by connecting people, resources and needs through philanthropy, The Foundation is well-known for its signature “Unsung Heroes” event which honors nonprofit volunteers. For more information, call 305-292-1502 or visit cffk.org.

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