Coconut Creek, Fla. (February 7, 2018) – Trustbridge – Hospice of Broward County Foundation has elected six new advisory board members to represent the growth and expansion of the Foundation in Broward County. Board members will provide mission-based leadership and advance the work of the Foundation, which includes raising funds for the special hospice services of Trustbridge.
The new advisory board members include Darcy Clinton, Community Volunteer; Jessica Lerner, EVP and Chief Operating Officer at Community Care Plan; Sheryl-Anne Murray, Vice President at HealthPlan Services; Jason Neufeld, Esq., Personal Injury and Elder Law Attorney at Neufeld, Kleinberg & Pinkiert, PA; Renée K. Quinn, Corporate Strategist at Damn Good Hospitality Group and Meredith Tucker, CPA, Accountant Entrepreneurial Services at Kaufman Rossin.
“We are so grateful to have six outstanding leaders supporting our mission to help provide the most extraordinary healthcare services to the people in our community who need it most,” said Valerie Vitale, Executive Director of Hospice of Broward County Foundation. “The organization will benefit significantly from their abundant experience and public involvement.” she added.
Each new member will each serve a three-year term and will be eligible for re-appointment for one additional term.
Hospice of Broward County Foundation is dedicated to advancing philanthropy to enable the hospice programs of Trustbridge, to fulfill their mission and vision of compassionate advanced illness care and end-of-life education and support. The Foundation raises funds needed to support the hospice programs provided to the community, at no cost, which are above and beyond traditional hospice services: grief services for children and adults, camps for children, music therapy, pet therapy and extraordinary comfort measures.
For more information about this volunteering opportunity or joining an event committee, please contact Valerie Vitale at email@example.com.