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United Way of West Florida Introduces New Board Members

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United Way of West Florida  introduced five new members to its Board of Directors. As they begin their service this year, they’ll join a diverse and experienced board and will help guide the organization in its work to improve the health, education, and financial stability of people and families in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties.

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Joining the Board of Directors are:

    • Dr. Deborah Douma, Dean of Grants and Federal Programs at Pensacola State College in Florida
    • Dr. Jessica A. Griffen, Ed.D., Chairwoman & Chief Executive Officer of The Urban Development Center, Inc. and Chief Operating Officer of The Soft Skills Training Institute of Florida
    • Larry Heringer, Principal of Santa Rosa High School and Santa Rosa Adult School (SRHS/SRAS)
    • Tony Kisner, Sales Consultant at Florida Blue
    • Eric L. Myers, Lead Project Manager, Energy Services Business at Gulf Power

Officers of the Board of Directors serving in 2021-22 are as follows:

    • Amy Miller (City of Pensacola), Board Chair
    • Jack Lowrey (Community Volunteer), Immediate Past Chair
    • Todd Phillips (Navy Federal Credit Union), Vice-Chair
    • Clare Haenszel (Warren Averett), Treasurer
    • Tony Kisner (Florida Blue), Secretary.

For more information about United Way of West Florida or to view the full Board of Directors roster, visit www.uwwf.org/about-us.

United Way of West Florida is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that fights for the health, education, and financial stability of every citizen in our community. UWWF has operated locally for 97 years with a vision of a community United to create better opportunities for all. By investing in programs, participating in partnerships, and leveraging resources, UWWF works to meet a mission of Uniting our community to improve lives.