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Junior Achievement board adds heft in broker, biker

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  • | 11:02 p.m. November 30, 2016
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NAPLES — Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida named several new board members, to serve through 2017.

Board members include:
• Chairman Gary Tasman, CEO and principal broker at Cushman & Wakefield Commercial Property Southwest Florida;
• Chair-elect Kimberly Pitts, vice president of U.S. operations at Headwaters Capital Management, LP;
• Secretary Curt Todd, senior vice president, Wells Fargo;
• Treasurer, Robert Lyons, president of Consolidated Cleaners Inc.;
• Members at large Carleton Case, vice president of business development at Brown & Brown Benefits; Scott Fischer, CEO of Scott Fischer Enterprises; and Christina Harris Schwinn, partner at Pavese Law Firm.

“Members of our board of directors are invaluable to our organization, and we are so pleased to welcome our incoming members and executive officers,” Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida President and CEO of Angela Fisher says in a statement. “Our members bring forward a wealth of knowledge about the world of business and we are excited to tap into their expertise as today's business leaders as we work to prepare younger generations for future success.”

Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida partnered with more than 150 classroom business volunteers in the 2015-2016 school year. Those volunteers provided more than 8,700 students with Junior Achievement programs in more than 360 classes throughout Collier, Lee and Charlotte counties.


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