Sarasota Chamber of Commerce Announces Board of Directors

From SRQ Magazine, October 17, 2018
The Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce (GSCC) has announced the 2018-2019 Board of Directors. These community leaders will lead, advise and chair initiatives that directly support The Greater Sarasota Chamber’s mission. John LaCivita of Willis Smith Construction will serve as chair, Paul Caragiulo of Caragiulos Italian American Restaurant will serve as chair-elect and Charlie Bailey of Williams Parker is immediate past chair. The rest of the board will include: Richard Bedford of Schroeder-Manatee Ranch; Jeff Benninghoff of WWSB ABC 7; Matt Brockway of Icard Merrill; Matt Buchanan of Sarasota Ford; Kelly Caldwell of Caldwell Trust Company; Jennifer Compton of Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP; Dr. Michael Crosby of Mote Marine Laboratory & Aquarium; Lee Delieto, Jr. of Michael Saunders & Company; Stacy Dillard-Spahn of Law Office of Robert K. Lincoln; Andy Dorr of Githler Development; Shawn Dressler of Kimley-Horn & Associates; Beth Ebersole of Kerkering, Barberio & Co.; Chris Gallagher of Hoyt Architects; Rick Halloran of Sabal Palm Bank; Teri Hansen of Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation; Peter Hayes of Tandem Construction; Joe C. Hembree of Hembree & Associates; Steven High of John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art; David Lafferty of Tidewell Hospice; Jim Ley of Hibiscus Suites; Lorrie Liang of Sarasota Memorial Health Care System; Jeff Mayers of The Resort at Longboat Key Club; Robert Meade of Doctors Hospital of Sarasota; Danielle Mikesell of PGT Innovations; Dennis Murphy of Gulfside Bank (In Organization); Dr. Donal O’Shea of New College of Florida; Mark Pritchett of Gulf Coast Community Foundation; Dr. Carol Probstfeld of State College of Florida; Michael Quillen of Gecko’s Hospitality Group.; Myron Robinson of Doctors Hospital of Sarasota; Jennifer Rominiecki of Marie Selby Botanical Gardens; David Rovine of Baltimore Orioles; Renee Ryckman of Escape Countdown; Joe C. Seidensticker of Tableseide Restaurant Group; Elizabeth Stamoulis of Williams Parker; Dr. Larry Thompson of Ringling College of Art + Design; Emily Walsh of Observer Media Group; and Dick Webb of Icard Merrill.
The Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce

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