Blueprint for Leadership Board Interns – Touching our Community for GOOD!

Equipped? Check.  Motivated? Check.  Ready to make a difference on nonprofit boards?  Triple check!  Graduates of the 2011 Blueprint for Leadership cohort are now serving on local nonprofit boards of directors for their one-year internships.  Watch out Jacksonville – these amazing leaders are ready to roll up their sleeves and put their time and talent to work to improve the First Coast!  Just for fun, the photos are from their service project at Family Nurturing Center.

Lindalee Berk of University of Phoenix is serving at Girls Inc.

Dr. Walter Brown, Pastor of Bethany Church of God in Christ is serving at Hart Felt Ministries.

Maribel Claudio of Medtronic is serving at Children's Home Society.

Jennifer Connell of Joyful Evolution is serving at Challenge Enterprises.

Rafael Cornejo of Citi is serving at United Way.

Hillary Creary of the Guardian Ad Litem Program, Fourth Circuit is serving at Hubbard House.

Ian DeSousa of State of the Re:Union is serving at Theatre Jacksonville.

Angie Green, Community Volunteer is serving at The Carpenter's Shop Center.

Sam Hall of The Cathedral Foundation is serving at the SELF Movement.

Pranoo Kumar of Dignity U Wear is serving at The Carpenter's Shop Center.

Jennifer Maveety of the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce is serving at The Bridge of Northeast Florida.

Tammy McGriff of University of Phoenix is serving at Daniel.

Karen Millard of the Florida Coastal School of Law is serving at Family Nurturing Center.

Brooke Miller of CSX is serving at First Coast No More Homeless Pets.

Kelly Pourciau of the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce is serving at JCCI.

Shannon Rachal of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage is serving with Presbyterian Social Ministries.

Travis Reap of Wells Fargo Private Bank is serving at Haven Hospice.

Reese Riggle of The Dalton Agency is serving at Greenscape of Jacksonville.

Nikita Rocawich is serving at American Red Cross.

Tony Rukab of CareFusion is serving at HandsOn Jacksonville.

Matt Spohrer of Spohrer& Dodd, P.L. is serving at the Cummer Museum of Arts and Gardens.

Patrice Symms of Aetna is serving at Clara White Mission.

Peter Weise of A.D.P. is serving at First Coast No More Homeless Pets.

Graduates already serving on boards are:

Brock Fazzini of Fazzini's Coffee & Tea and E. Andrus Healy

Sally Anne Brown of Rogers Towers and Becky Patel of Bank of America

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One Response to Blueprint for Leadership Board Interns – Touching our Community for GOOD!

  1. G’Day! Its,
    Thanks for the above, When you talk, you want others to listen, right? Whether it’s a now-or-never event (making a key point in an oral argument, for instance) or one in a long stream of communications (talking with a colleague about some aspect of a representation), getting your point across and making some sort of advance in what you’re doing is probably at the top of your list every time you open your mouth.
    Wishes

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