ON THE MOVE
Russell Anderson, a senior vice president and financial advisor for Northern Trust in Bonita Springs, has joined the board of directors of the Everglades Wonder Gardens and will lead the membership committee.
Officers and board members recently elected for 2017 for the Public Relations Society of America, Gulf Coast Chapter, are: Pam Fulz, community relations manager at Vi at Bentley Village, president; Niccole Howard, president elect; Karen Grebing, treasurer; Alyssa Scheidemann, secretary; Julie Pedretti, programs chairperson; Robin King, membership chairperson; Clay Cone, publicity chair; Kaydee Tuff, communications chairperson; Donna Heiser, ethics officer; and Denyse Mesnik, assembly delegate.
Thomas Gleason has been elected vice chair and Tom O’Reilly and Allan Stikeleather have joined the board of directors for Collier Senior Resources. The nonprofit organization works to address the needs of older adults and their caregivers.
The Founders Fund announces the following members of its board of trustees for 2017: Rob McNaghten, chair; Meg Tyre, vice chair; Adam Crescenzi, treasurer; and Karla Albanese, Susan Brown, Dick Censits, Jean Ensley, Rick Ermler, Michele Farrell, Tom Lear, Jim Marinelli, Mollie Moffatt, Maureen O’Gorman, Schuyler Peck, Karen Pulte and George Thomas. Each year, The Founders Fund awards more than two dozen Collier County students with $8,000 scholarships for college and post high school education.
Holly Stephens has been named director of membership and marketing at Kensington Golf & Country Club and is responsible for all membership sales and marketing efforts, including repositioning the club in the local marketplace and expanding resident and non-resident memberships.
Ms. Stephens has more than 30 years of resort and country club experience with a variety of properties in Southwest Florida, Virginia and Ohio. She returns to Kensington Golf & Country Club, where she was membership director shortly after the club was established in the 1990s. Most recently she was director of membership and marketing for The Country Club of Naples.
Jacquelyn Boudreau has joined the litigation practice department of the Naples-based law firm of Cardillo Keith Bonaquist. A native of Naples and a graduate of Naples High School Ms. Boudreau earned her bachelor’s degree from Florida Gulf Coast University and her JD from the Ave Maria School of Law. She is a member of the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division and the Collier County Bar Association.
Jacqueline Johnson has joined the Naples office of the national law firm of Quarles & Brady, LLP, as a mid-level associate in the estate, trust and wealth preservation practice group. She previously practiced in Fort Lauderdale. She earned a bachelor’s degree in political science at the University of Iowa, her law degree from American University in Washington, D.C., and her master of laws degree in taxation from New York University School of Law.
Jennier Siegal- Miller has become an associate of the firm of Nicole L. Goetz, PL. Ms. Siegal-Miller practices exclusively in marital and family law. Prior to joining Nicole L. Goetz, she worked in the Manhattan law firm of Rosin Steinhagen Medel, representing foster care agencies and adoptive families. She received her bachelor’s degree in English from The University of Texas-Austin and her JD from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. He is admitted to practice law in New York, Washington, D.C, Massachusetts and Florida.
Barbara Wilson has been named director of marketing and communications for Grace Place for Children and Families in Golden Gate City. She brings more than 20 years of experience in marketing, business development, consulting, media relations, social marketing, development and public relations in both the nonprofit field and with Fortune 500 companies. She recently sold her consulting business and previously led the marketing and communications efforts for The Nature Conservancy, Conservancy of Southwest Florida and Coors Brewing Company. Ms. Wilson earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing management from Western Governors University and masters certificates in marketing strategy, branding and leadership from Cornell University.
Chrissie Missal has joined the staff at Grace Place for Children and Families to manage volunteer experience initiatives. She earned a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Florida Atlantic University. She taught fourth grade at Minerva Bilingual School in Honduras for two years and recently worked with families in the social services field. ¦