Thanks to Dr. Jim Murdaugh, President of Tallahasseee Community College, our featured speaker at the UPHS Annual Membership meeting and luncheon on Wednesday, June 19th. Dr Murdaugh shared his vision for the Nonprofit Resource Center with UPHS member agency Executive Directors representing: 2-1-1- Big Bend; 21st Century Council; Ability 1st; Aging with Dignity; America's Second Harvest of the Big Bend; Area Agency on Aging for North Florida; Big Bend Cares; Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Big Bend; Boys & Girls Club of the Big Bend; Boys Town of North Florida; Brehon Institute for Family Services; Capital Area Community Action Agency; Capital Medical Foundation; Capital Region YMCA; Epilepsy Association of the Big Bend; Florida Disabled Outdoors Association; The Halle Martin Foundation; Lee's Place; Legal Services of North Florida; Lighthouse of the Big Bend; Literacy Volunteers of Leon County; Mind Over Money Consulting; Pace Center for Girls; Oasis Center for Women & Girls; Refuge House; The Sickle Cell Foundation; VolunteerLEON; Stansbury Consulting and representatives from the NonProfit Sector Capacity Building Group.
The 2013-2014 UPHS Board of Directors was elected. Please welcome: President, Anna-Kay Hutchison, Capital Region YMCA; President-Elect, Scott Mehle, Epilepsy Association of the Big Bend; Treasurer, Karen Gillispie, Mind Over Money Consulting; Secretary, Rhonda Cooper, Literacy Volunteers of Leon County; Immediate Past President, Meg Baldwin, Refuge House; Martha Arrington, ECHO; Kenneth Bender, Boys Town of North Florida; Jeri Bush, VolunteerLEON; Haley Cutler, Oasis Center for Women & Girls; Rich English, America's Second Harvest of the Big Bend; Theresa Flury, Boys & Girls Club of the Big Bend; Louis Garcia, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Big Bend; Velma Penermon Stevens, Sickle Cell Foundation; Bob Powell, SNAP; Kevin Priest, Capital City Youth Services; Dan Samborn, American Red Cross - Capital City Chapter; Angel Steadman, Catholic Charities of Northwest Florida; Tameeka Williams, Halle Martin Foundation, and; Janice Wise, Area Agency on Aging for North Florida. Thank you for your willingness to serve.
Special thanks to outgoing 2012-2013 board officers: President, Meg Baldwin, Refuge House; Treasurer, Janice Wise, Area Agency on Aging for North Florida, and; Member At-Large, Kenneth Bender, Boys Town of North Florida. Your dedication to UPHS is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your continued service on the 2013-2014 UPHS board.
We appreciate the years of service and hard work devoted to UPHS by outgoing board members: Paul Malley, Aging with Dignity; Jackie Malone, Brehon Institute for Family Services; Kimberly Moore, formerly of Workforce PLUS; Cheryl Phoenix, formerly of America's Second Harvest of the Big Bend; Alyce Lee Stansbury, Stansbury Consulting, and; Bill Wertman, The Alzheimer's Project.
Thank you all for your ongoing support and commitment to the Vision and Mission of UPHS.
Thanks to everyone who helped make the UPHS conference a success. Special thanks to our Presenting Sponsor, James Moore & Co., our Contributing Sponsor, the City of Tallahassee and our In-Kind Sponsor and host, Tallahassee Community College.