United Way of Martin County Foundation has announced a new board member and the election of its slate of officers for the coming year.
Carol Webb has joined the United Way of Martin County Foundation Board of Directors. Webb, a former executive with Johnson & Johnson, is a resident of Sailfish Point. She is a member of United Way of Martin County’s Alexis de Tocqueville Society and a member of the Tocqueville Legacy Circle. In addition to her loyal involvement with United Way, she is a member of the Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County and was a past president of the Sailfish Point Property Owners Association.
Stephen A. Pinnacoli, Esq., LLM, Keane Thomas & Pinnacoli, has been named Chairman; retired executive Dennis Longstreet has been named Vice Chair; Thomas H. Thurlow III, Thurlow & Thurlow, P.A., has been named Immediate Past Chair; Gregory R. Nuttall, HBK CPAs & Consultants has been named Treasurer and Carol G. Houwaart-Diez, United Way of Martin County, has been named Secretary.
These additions to the United Way of Martin County Foundation Board join current members: Thomas Campenni, United Way Board Representative; Randy Pennington, CenterState; and honorary board member Robert Weissman, Retired Executive.
“In addition to their incredible commitment to our community, our Foundation board members bring knowledge, experience, and diverse perspectives that are a great benefit to our organization,” said United Way of Martin County Director of Philanthropy Elisabeth Glynn, CFRE.
The United Way Foundation is solely focused on building a permanent endowment to support the work of our local United Way here in Martin County for generations to come. For more information, visit www.UnitedWayMartin.org/Foundation.