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Manufacturing CEO named chair of nonprofit

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  • | 9:03 p.m. February 1, 2018
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SARASOTA — Jeff Jackson, CEO of Venice-based window and door manufacturer PGT Innovations, was named chairman of Sarasota nonprofit Children First Inc. for 2018.

His new position as chair went into effect on Jan. 1. In 2017, he was the vice chair. Jackson has served on the board since 2015.

Thomas Cail is the current vice chair, Wayne Rollins is the treasurer and Audrey Coleman is the secretary, according to a statement. Former chair Jim Rolfes is now chair emeritus. The board also includes new directors Barbara Benson, Michael Keebaugh, Brock Leach, Katherine Martucci, Katrina Otchet and Jacqueline Ray.

Children First serves children and families at 13 sites in Sarasota County. It offers full-day preschool; infant and toddler care; and nutrition and health care assistance to children from birth to five years old from low-income families.


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