2 MILO M. ZONKA LEAD Brevard Chairman of the Board, Message from the LEAD Brevard Board Chair Ah, Madonna topped the Billboard charts and Back to the Future (the original) was the top movie. Tim Wakefield was about to join the Florida Tech baseball team, while Doug Flutie finished his collegiate career with a Cotton Bowl win, and da Chicago Bears Super Bowl shuffled their way into the NFL s record books. NASA peaked at nine space shuttle launches in 1985, an operational tempo not seen before or since. The Space Coast was busy and times were good. Brevard was home to 222,000 fewer people the equivalent of today s Palm Bay, West Melbourne, Titusville, Cocoa, Rockledge, Cocoa Beach, Satellite Beach and Indialantic combined and roads that are now four and six-lanes were quieter neighborhood streets, if they existed at all. Much has changed, for our community and for us all, in the last 30 years. One constant, since its 1985 inception, has been LEAD Brevard s contribution to the development of our community s leaders and as host to the conversations that have driven Brevard County forward has been a prototypical successful year for our solid and healthy organization. Our Leadership Brevard class of 55 committed community leaders has thrived all year, learning and sharing and creating personal bonds that will last a lifetime. The value of the Leadership Brevard experience is without dispute, as class members who are in their first year or third decade of Brevard County residency have remarked to me this year how much they ve learned about our community, how it functions, and the people who lead it. The Class of 2015 joins an extended family of more than 1,000 graduates since the undisputed First Class Ever of LEAD Brevard s Leadership Awards are recognized and coveted. It was a delight, earlier this year, to learn more about each of our 4 Under 40 finalists and acknowledge the tremendous positive impacts on our community made by Rob Rains, 2015 Leadership Brevard Distinguished Alumni award recipient, and Joe Duda, our 2015 Rodney S. Ketcham Leadership Icon award recipient. We continued to host our annual Community Stakeholder Summit featuring Brevard County manager Stockton Whitten and a panel of business leaders as they discussed the impact of change in their industries among a number of opportunities to network and learn more about the Space Coast. So, as we acknowledge the past and celebrate the present, we also must look to the future. This year, LEAD Brevard launched its Scholarship Fund, hosted and managed by the Community Foundation for Brevard, and provided it with seed funding. I expect this fund will be a consideration for gifts, minor and major, from Leadership Brevard alumni and our corporate and philanthropic communities who wish to ensure that our established legacy of helping to develop Brevard County s future leaders and of hosting critical conversations will be cemented into place with some measure of financial security. Please consider a gift to the Fund this year. It s been a fast two years as Chairman of the Board. I can t thank enough all of our volunteer board of directors and the amazing work performed by the dynamic duo of Kristin Bakke and Kristen Klein to produce the high quality programs we all enjoy. GET CONNECTED TO BREVARD S #1 LEADERSHIP NETWORK Leadership Brevard is an eight-month program designed for recognized and emerging leaders in their respective fields who have demonstrated a deep commitment to improving the quality of life in Brevard. The September through May curriculum guides a group of diverse community professionals through CLAY ARCHEY JOYCE BALDRICA STEPHEN BAUGHN CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LEADERSHIP BREVARD CLASS OF TH ANNIVERSARY CLASS Duda / The Viera Company Community Manager Kindred Hospital Melbourne CEO U.S. General Services Administration Director of Fleet, FL JOE BEARDALL DR. KANTILAL BHALANI LINDA CARRILLO NASA Engineer Doctors Goodwill Foundation Founder Parrish Medical Center Executive Director Med/ Surg. Get connected today by enrolling online at or call LEAD Brevard for additional information at (321) a highly interactive series of cutting edge seminars on critical issues. The monthly seminars include site visits and interactions with key decision-makers to inspire participants to address community challenges, as well as opportunities to enhance self-awareness of leadership approaches. KAREN CITINO BETH COMBS KELLEY CORLEY Pizza Gallery & Grill/ Edible Art Catering Assistant GM and HR Director Century 21 Indian River Realty Realtor Clevens Face & Body Specialists Guest Relations & Marketing Specialist DALE CROSSLEY JUANITA DAVIS CLAUDIA DEVITT CINDY DROPESKI CrossleyShear Wealth President, Branch Manager Brevard County Housing and Human Services Assistant Dept. Director Economic Development Commission of Florida s Space Coast Senior Manager, Marketing & Communications Intercoastal Insurance, Inc. President
3 LEADERSHIP BREVARD CLASS OF 2015 Building Community Through WSBH 98.5 The Beach Sales Manager Wuesthoff Health System Director Human Resources Brown & Brown Insurance Executive VP Stratus Integrated Technology Systems, Inc. CEO Leadership Action Projects KAREN EIDMAN KEITH FLINT Naval Ordnance Test Unit SPP10 Department Head Florida City Gas, an AGL Resources Company Education & Outreach Specialist GAIL M. KROEN, MHA, BSN, RN WANDA LIPSCOMB-VÁSQUEZ Women s Business Center at Florida Tech Director Lockheed Martin Space Systems Director/Government Relations - FL AARON PHILLIPS DAN PIERRON Widerman Malek, PL Associate Attorney NASA AST Project RICK TODD JAMES TUGGLE Waste Sr. Route Manager Brevard County Sheriff s Office I.T. Manager Leadership Brevard, through Leadership Action Projects, as a component of each class, bring value to our community. In 2015, the estimated total number of volunteer hours is 2,596 with an in kind impact of $58,540 to Brevard. Over 30 years, impact totals are over $1M!! IN LEADERSHIP ACTION PROJECTS WERE: Brevard County Board of County Commissioners; Parks and Recreation Department Marketing Strategies for Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Memorial Park & Museum Developed marketing strategies for the museum including fund raising goals, expanding social media; and increased awareness of the historic site. MICHELLE FOUSHI DAVID GERMAN SHARISE GLADDEN MARGARET HASENBECK Canaveral Port Authority Senior Harbormaster Wuesthoff Medical Center - Melbourne Director of Human Resources Community Credit Union of Florida VP of Accounting & Finance Craig Technologies Human Resources Director JOE MAYER JILL MIMBS LAURA MOODY MARK MULLINS Allstate Insurance/Mimbs & Associates LLC Owner Office of the State Attorney Assistant State Attorney Brevard Public Schools Area Superintendent Florida Institute of Technology Project Coordinator TAMARA POPE ADAM RALL MARK RENKENS KARIE RYAN Rall Capital Operations Manager City of Palm Bay Police Department Interim Police Chief Health First VP Application Services Naval Ordnance Test Unit Commanding Officer BOB URIE KRISTIE UTZLER TIM WALTERS LINDA WEBSTER Beachside Total Home Care, Residential Property Services & Owner FLORIDA TODAY Communications Visuals Editor Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce CEO Space Coast Association of Realtors President-Elect Leadership Brevard 2015 CareerSource Brevard Leadership Action Project Team with local panelists Brevard Rescue Mission, Inc. Learning Independence Designed an orientation and basic life skills program that is accessed independently to offer new residents skills in the first thirty days of residence at Brevard Rescue Mission, Inc. CareerSource Brevard Local Employment 101 for Military Community Members Residing in Brevard County Facilitated a panel conversation and Q & A session with local employers discussing local corporate culture, skill sets in demand, ideal candidate qualities, application and hiring processes, current open positions and common applicant pitfalls. City of Cocoa City of Cocoa Citizen Engagement Strategy Developed an engagement strategy to engage community members to get involved and be part of the solution to help address the needs of the community. MICHAEL HIGGINS, SPHR, GPHR Berman Hopkins Wright & LaHam, CPAs and Associates, LLP Audit Manager VENUS HINDS MARCUS INGELDSEN TISH JEWELL MH Williams Construction Group, Inc. Project Manager Szuba Guardian Care Solutions, Inc. Professional Guardian TAMMY MURRAY GARY NEAL LISA NICHOLAS STEVE OWENS M.E. Construction, Inc. Engineer/Project Manager City of Rockledge, Community Redevelopment Agency Redevelopment Coordinator a.i. solutions, Inc. Group Manager, Mission Support JOHN SAGER DANIEL SCHROEDER DIANE SCOTT HAZEL SORENSEN Building Systems Inc. Project Manager Children s Advocacy Center of Brevard Communications & Developement PNC Bank Branch Manager LYNN WHELPLEY COURTNEY WILKINSON RACHAD WILSON LEE ZOOK Corporate Property Group, Inc. Vice President and General Counsel Brevard County Public Schools, Endeavour Elementary Principal ERC Incorporated Program Manager Leadership Brevard 2015 class members, Linda Carrillo, Parrish Medical Center and Tim Walters FLORIDA TODAY Communications participate in an activity facilitated by Stephon Williams, H.A.B.U. Leadership Development Training. Elizabeth Huy and other staff members from the EDC assist Leadership Brevard Class Members with a mock site selection exercise. City of Indian Harbour Beach Citizen Satisfaction Survey Implemented a Citizen Satisfaction Survey. The bench mark data collected will help city leaders gauge the performance of the city, ascertain areas to be improved upon and to help maintain spending in areas where performance meets or exceed expectations of our citizens. Women s Business Center at Florida Tech Financial Fluency Awareness Fair hosted by the Women s Business Center (WBC) at Florida Tech Helped the WBC identify financial literacy programs and services in Brevard County, gathered information on those programs and services, and developed a list of community resources for clients of the WBC who seek financial fluency support. Additionally, this team and WBC convened these organizations to present a Financial Fluency Awareness Fair during Financial Literacy Awareness Month (April 21st).
4 LEAD Brevard s Alumni and member based programming, including capacity building for organizations via our annual board governance workshop, strives to address the multiple interests of LEAD Brevard members and Leadership Brevard graduates, ranging from networking and social time to professional development opportunities. In the program year, Linked To Leaders activities and events included 2015 LEAD Brevard s Leadership Awards In February, Brevard County businesses and community leaders joined nominees and guests for the 2015 LEAD Brevard Leadership Awards featuring the 11th annual 4 Under 40 Recognition and the presentation of the Rodney S. Ketcham Leadership Icon Award, and the Leadership Brevard Distinguished Alumni Awards. 4 Under 40 recognizes young adults who have made tangible differences in their community and have shown leadership in practice and deeds. Twelve finalists, chosen from over 50 nominees were honored during the evening s event on the Florida Tech Campus. Leadership After Hours, LEAD Brevard s social networking events were at Pizza Gallery & Grill (September) and Sunrise Bank (December). Leadership After Hours at Pizza Gallery & Grill on September 4, 2014 Leadercast exists to positively change the way the world thinks about leadership. The 2015 theme The Brave Ones challenged leaders to lead with a sense of bravery: possessing a posture of unrelenting boldness. Hosted by Brevard County s Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) and in partnership with Eastern State Florida College Foundation and LEAD Brevard, this is an annual opportunity for leadership development and a chance to hear from some of the top leadership and business thought leaders Under 40 recipients: (L-R) Rev. Glenn B. Dames, Jr., St. James AME Church; Natasha Duran, Candlelighters of Brevard; Vinnie Taranto, Media- Over-Matter Productions; and Amar Patel, Brevard Achievement Center 2015 Rodney S. Ketcham Leadership Icon Award recipient Joseph A. Duda, A. Duda and Sons, Inc.; and 2015 Leadership Brevard Distinguished Alumni Award recipient Rob Rains, United Way of Brevard. Leadership Before Hours, LEAD Brevard s professional development & capacity building series saw keynote presentations about collaboration as a transformational leadership skill with national speaker Brant Menswar of Banding People Together (October and March) LEAD Brevard s web site, developed by Artemis, was recognized by the American Advertising Federation Space Coast in February with TWO awards; Silver for Public Service, Digital Advertising and Gold for Responsive Design! Visit to see our award winning site for yourself! Brant Menswar, Banding People Together presenting on Collective Intelligence: Transcending the Impossible Additional programming included a day long workshop on best practices of Board Governance with Board Source s Senior Governance Associate Chuck Loring (January) and the 30th Leadership Brevard class graduation and All Class Reunion on May 14th. LEAD Brevard s Responsive Design Award winning website. The 2015 Top 12 4 Under 40 Finalists: Rev. Glenn B. Dames, Jr., St. James AME Church; Natasha Duran, Candlelighters of Brevard; Sean Gregory, Health First Holmes Regional Medical Center; Laura Moody, Office of the State Attorney; Amar Patel, Brevard Achievement Center; Andrew Pickett, Alpizar Law, LLC; Laura Anne Pray, Berman Hopkins Wright & LaHam, CPAS and Associates, LLP; Tabitha Ramminger, Puzzle Box Academy; Tyler Sirois, Office of the State Attorney; Vinnie Taranto, Media-Over-Matter Productions; Aaron Thalwitzer, Widerman Malek, PL; Courtney Wilkinson, Corporate Property Group, Inc.
5 With partners Eastern Florida State College, Florida Institute of Technology and UCF Cocoa and UCF Palm Bay, LEAD Brevard was positioned to address our goal of showcasing Brevard to college students that staying in Brevard after graduation is a great option both professionally and personally. LEAD Brevard s ACCESS event provides select college students the opportunity for social networking with marquee business leaders in a relaxed atmosphere. The leaders role is to facilitate candid dialogue, to share professional experience and lessons learned with emerging leaders and to encourage them on their leadership path. Community leaders invited to share their expertise included: Dr. Brenda Fettrow, Lake Nona YMCA Family Center Bob Gabordi, FLORIDA TODAY Communications Marcus C. Harley, PNC Bank Moses Harvin, American Services Technology Larry McIntyre,Clear Channel Outdoor COL Danny R. McKnight, U.S. Army (Ret.) Travis Proctor, Artemis Lynda Weatherman, Economic Development Commission of Florida s Space Coast Stockton Whitten, Brevard County Milo M. Zonka, Brevard County Property Appraiser s Office Todd Pokrywa, The Viera Company; Joyce Baldrica, Kindred Hospital; Debbie Harvey, Ron Jon Surf Shop; Commissioner Tom Weinberg, Canaveral Port Authority. Brevard s Economic Engines Respond to Changing Demands Brevard County Manager Stockton Whitten provided an overview of the state of the county and reminded those present of the key objectives of Brevard County government; a Community which excels and is recognized for: Matt Reed, FLORIDA TODAY Communications moderating the 2015 Community Stakeholder Summit Providing for the health, education and social needs of our citizens Protecting and conserving our valuable natural resources Sustaining a strong and diverse economic base to financially support a quality lifestyle Creating cooperative partnerships between government, business, community organizations and our residents Following Mr. Whitten s remarks a group of community leaders reacted to those comments and to questions from moderator Matt Reed, Public Interest Editor, FLORIDA TODAY Communications. Community panel members were Joyce Baldrica, Kindred Hospital; Debbie Harvey, Ron Jon Surf Shop; Todd Pokrywa, The Viera Company and Commissioner Tom Weinberg, Canaveral Port Authority. Stockton Whitten, Brevard County Manager
6 LEAD Brevard s Financial Highlights YE 2015 View the following testimonials from Class 2015 leaders who have benefited from a partial scholarship In June 2014, the LEAD Brevard Board of Directors approved the creation of the LEAD Brevard Foundation Fund, a philanthropic and charitable fund to begin an endowment to support and sustain the programs of LEAD Brevard with scholarships to its signature program Leadership Brevard and other organizational support. Chairman of the Board of Directors Milo Zonka, LB 2005 says This fund represents the culmination of many dedicated community leaders efforts as volunteers over the last 30 years. The LEAD Brevard Foundation Fund will assure that LEAD Brevard can provide a forum for critical leadership learning and candid community discussions far into the future. Building an endowment fund ensures that the leadership of the future will have the opportunity to participate in and benefit from the connections that are part of every Leadership Brevard class. A gift to the LEAD Brevard Endowment Fund is a pool of capital that is self-perpetuating. Donations are combined and invested to maximize returns while preserving capital. In this way, we are building an important legacy that will enable us to respond to emerging community needs. Consider making your legacy gift to the LEAD Brevard Foundation Fund at the Community Foundation for Brevard. REVENUE $265, AS OF MARCH 31, % 27% 58% Leadership Brevard Signature Events Contracts for Services Membership EXPENSES $238, AS OF MARCH 31, % 21% 6% 9% 58% Operations Program Implementation Endowment Fund In-Kind Expenses *The fund is initially seeded with monies from LEAD Brevard cash reserves and is in partnership with the Community Foundation for Brevard. Leadership Brevard enhanced my knowledge of Brevard County while expanding my personal and professional networks. Linda Webster, CEO Cocoa Beach Regional Chamber of Commerce A great opportunity to meet entrepreneurs and leaders throughout Brevard County, learn leadership strategies & principles, and visit multiple key locations throughout the county!! Mark Renkens, Interim Chief of Police Palm Bay Police Department DONOR & INVESTOR Recognition Share the Leadership! Consider this: If HALF of our Leadership Brevard graduates contributed just $500, we d raise $250,000 in the first year! This makes the Leadership Brevard program more accessible to nonprofit organizations and emerging businesses through scholarships. Leaders don t create followers, they create more leaders! Aging Matters in Brevard Allender & Allender Attorneys at Law Aoy Trisophon Artemis Banding People Together, Brant Menswar Berman Hopkins Wright & LaHam CPA s and Associates, LLP Boeing Employees Community Fund Florida s Space Coast Brevard County / Executive Leadership Institute Canaveral Port Authority CareerSource Brevard Clear Channel Outdoor Community Bank of the South Community Credit Union of Florida Community Foundation for Brevard Courtyard Melbourne West Dean Mead Law Firm Eastern Florida State College Eastern Florida State College Foundation Edible Art Catering / Pizza Gallery & Grill EverBank Flammio Financial Group Florida Beer Company Florida Institute of Technology FLORIDA TODAY Communications / The Gannett Foundation Glad Kurian Health First, Inc. Holy Trinity Episcopal Academy Hoover Audio Visual Inter Coastal Business Machines, Inc. Intercoastal Insurance, Inc. Javier Molinares Ken Harris & Associates, PA Kennedy Space Center Visitors Center/ Delaware North Companies Knight Speaker - Jim Knight La Estancia de Luisa Land & Sea Thai Fusion Luke & Associates, Inc. MH Williams Construction Group, Inc. Ocean Partner s Associates, LLP Patricia Wallburg Endowment Fund Percepta, LLC PNC Bank SCB Marketing SeaCoast Bank Sendler Family Charitable Fund Simple Media Productions Space Coast Health Foundation, Inc. Sunrise Bank Tandoor Fine Indian Cuisine TD Bank The Viera Company UCF Cocoa and UCF Palm Bay Waste Wuesthoff Health System
7 LEAD Brevard BOARD OF DIRECTORS David Barrera Clevens Face & Body Specialists Robert Rob Beckner Lightle Beckner Robison Inc. Brian Binggeli, Ed. D. Brevard County Schools Phil Bryden Craig Technologies Laurie Cappelli, CCE, CCUE Community Credit Union of Florida Erik Costin W & J Construction Corp. John Craig Craig Technologies Josh Field SCB Marketing Chris Fox Parrish Medical Healthcare at Port St. John Beth Gitlin Women s Business Center at Florida Tech Rich Hall Luke & Associates, Inc. Marcus Harley PNC Bank Gina Kaiser FLORIDA TODAY Communications Travis Kerr Laser Pain Care Dale Ketcham Space Florida Edyie McCall City of Titusville Kendall Moore Moore Eavenson Baughan, PLC Doug Muldoon ecoatm Michele Murrell Kimberly Prosser Brevard County Emergency Kim Rezanka Dean Mead Law Firm Tony Sasso Keep Brevard Beautiful James J.J. Woolsey, Major, Brevard County Sheriff s Office Milo M. Zonka, CFP Sr. Director, Administration & Finance, Brevard County Property Appraiser s Office Barton Blvd., Suite 101 Rockledge, Florida
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