BREVARD COUNTY, FL – The Eastern Florida State College Foundation Board of Directors elected its officers for 2016-2017 during its recent meeting on September 14.
They include Summit Shah, Board Chair, Vice President, Southeast Petro; Troy Lotane, Vice Chair, President and Managing Partner, Lotane & Associates, P.A.; Lisa Cullen, Treasurer, Brevard County Tax Collector.
Additionally, seven new board members were elected. They include:
Cindy Bishop, Attorney/Mediator; Linda Cobb, Psychologist/Executive Coach; Mitchell Goldman, Founding and Managing Partner of the Cocoa law firm Cantwell & Goldman, P.A.; Judy Healy, retired, Merrill Lynch; Dave Lightholder, President, Lightholder Building Contractors; Bill Row, Sr. Vice President/Director of Education, BRPH Architects-Engineers, Inc.; and Ganon Studenberg, Managing Attorney, Studenberg Law.
“The EFSC Foundation is honored to gain the expertise, wisdom and knowledge of these wonderful volunteers,” said Richard Laird, the college’s Vice President of Operations.
“The Foundation’s vision is to build futures, transform lives and promote academic excellence. Thanks to volunteer leaders such as these, we will certainly achieve our goals and help even more students be successful.”
To learn more about the EFSC Foundation and how to help support student scholarships, visit online at easternflorida.edu/foundation or call EFSC Foundation Director, Jennie Kriete at (321) 433-7055.