2022 - 2023 Volunteer Executive Board

Marilyn Lapidus
Marilyn Lapidus
Chair
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Dr. Washington Hill
Advisory Board Member
Dr. Pam Beitlich
Dr. Pam Beitlich
Advisory Board Member
Angela Baker
Angela Baker
Secretary
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Ken Lee
Treasurer
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PJ Brooks
At-Large
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Debra Boterf
At-Large
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Natalia Cava
At-Large
Mara Cunha
Mara Cunha
Ex Officio
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Kim Cressell
At-Large
Dr. Jina Foltz
Dr. Jina Foltz
At-Large
Amy Fulton
Amy Fulton
At-Large
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Ellen Kopel-Puretz
At-Large
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Tiffany Mangold
At-Large
Mona Herman
Mona Herman
At-Large
Helen James
Helen James
At-Large
Debra Boterf
Debra Boterf
At Large
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Carter Lambert
STAR Leadership, Student Board Member
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As a nonprofit organization, the Board of the Healthy Start Coalition of Sarasota County, unanimously adopts the following statement from the National Council of Nonprofits: 

National Council of Nonprofits
Washington, D.C.
 
Tim Delaney, president & CEO
 
“American democracy came under siege today. America’s charitable organizations are united in opposition to the actions of the mob that stormed the ultimate symbol of democracy, the U.S. Capitol. The First Amendment protects the right to peaceably assemble and to petition government for a redress of grievances. It does not protect those who planned, participated, and incited a mob to act with violence rather than act peacefully and delivered insurrection instead of petitions.
 
As we all take a step back and call for calm, we should also resolve to hold violators accountable for their unlawful actions to prevent further outbreaks. In a democracy, disagreement is natural. Debate is healthy. But violence and mob rule are unacceptable.”

January 6, 2021