LARGO – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Pinellas County announces its 2014 board of directors, including president of the board David Fox and new members Bethlee McLaughlin, Todd Simmons and Debbie Booth.
Fox, the senior vice president of manufacturing and advertising content for Cox Target Media/Valpak, takes over leadership from the immediate past president, Lisa Letizio, chief human resources officer at HSN. Board co-vice presidents are Joe Murray of Christian International School of Healthcare Profession and Beth Vivio, a community volunteer.
The board’s newest members are community leaders in their own right. McLaughlin is the senior vice president of the project management office and partner relations team at HSN, having joined the company in 1999. Simmons serves as the vice president of operational and service effectiveness at Ceridian and is responsible for providing service to more than 500,000 customers. Booth is executive vice president of global operationsat Catalina Marketing and oversees operations and human resources. She also serves as chair of the board for the Catalina Charitable Foundation.
Other members of this year’s board include: Sergio Cadavid, treasurer of Jabil; Allie Cantonis, community volunteer; Alex Chamberlain, executive director of EasyLiving; Sheri Chancey, representative of Hernando and Citrus counties; Katie Cole, attorney at Hill Ward Henderson; Sean Goodrich, first vice president of investments at Raymond James & Associates; Kevin Hawkins, CEO of Mid-Atlantic Finance; Michael Kalt, senior vice president of Tampa Bay Rays’ development and business affairs; James Nichols, president of Nichols Insurance; David Phillips of Macfarlane Ferguson & McMullen, P.A.; George Spowart, chief marketing officer of PODS Enterprises; Joe Trepani, senior vice president and corporate controller of Tech Data Corporation, and Damita Davis Wren, president of DavisWren CPA & Associates.
Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, monitored matches between adult volunteers “Bigs” and children “Littles.” Learn how to positively impact a child’s life, donate or volunteer at www.bbbspc.org.