Pensacola, Fla.–Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida (BBBSNWFL) is honored to announce their 2020-2021 Governing Board of Directors. A compassionate and dedicated group of individuals, the BBBSNWFL Governing Board is willing to do whatever it takes to help make a
positive impact on the lives of children throughout Northwest Florida.
Introducing the Executive Leadership Committee: Chair, Brian Williams, Kool Karts; Vice Chair, Melissa Keener, Keener Jones Insurance; Secretary, Jennifer McFarren, Navy Federal Credit Union; Treasurer, Trang Huynh, Gulf Power; Legal Counsel, Ben Shell, Emmanuel, Sheppard & Condon; Immediate Past Chair, Hong Potomski, Andrews Research & Education Foundation.
The additional Governing Board members: Adrienne Maygarden, Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Ascension Sacred Heart; Amanda Harper; Andrew Hobbs, Escambia County Sheriff’s Office; Bill Cleary, Wells Fargo; Chris Roney, Ace Unlocks; Greg Harris, Pensacola Ice Flyers; Jarrod Dawson, Merrill Lynch; Jessica Rockhill, The Rockhill Group, Inc.; Jon Green, J. Green
Construction Services, Inc.; Larry Kuhn, Kuhn Realty; Leah Ralls, F.M. Nalty Timberlands; Lewis Bear III, The Lewis Bear Company; Megan Ingraham, Navy Federal Credit Union; Michael Thibodeaux, Complete DKI; Nancy Clark, Jacobs Engineering Group; Richard McClanahan, Synovus; Rick Appleyard, John Appleyard Agency; Robert Powell, Clark Partington; Scott
Warren, Warren Averett; Sherri Ziegler, Xcellence Realty, Inc; Bay County Representative, Shaun Streeter, Great American Media.
BBBSNWFL is looking forward to all the things they will accomplish this year with such a determined group of individuals. Now more than ever, our communities need to come together to ignite, defend, and empower the potential of youth in Northwest Florida. To learn more about how you can get involved visit bbbsnwfl.org.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida has been the area’s leader in one-to-one mentoring for 30 years by serving children ages 5-18. Our mission is to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. Last year, Big Brothers Big
Sisters of Northwest Florida served 646 children in Northwest Florida.