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Killexams : Nonprofits, at the helm: New CEO at Monique Burr Foundation, new CFO at Goodwill Industries

The Jacksonville-based Monique Burr Foundation for Children has appointed former Latin Grammy Foundation President Tanya Ramos-Puig as CEO.

Ramos-Puig is among several other leadership changes recently announced at Northeast Florida nonprofits. She succeeds Lynn Layton, who retired after 14 years leading the nonprofit.

The foundation develops prevention programs to educate children and teens about abuse, bullying, digital dangers and other forms of child victimization. Board chairman Ed Burr created it in 1997 "as a legacy" to his late wife, who advocated for children.


"After developing multiple evidence-based and trauma-informed programs for children and teens, the foundation welcomes a new dynamic leader with vast experience in the nonprofit sector," Burr said. "Tanya's commitment to our life-changing work will further our reach and impact."

Ramos-Puig has about 30 years of experience working to "improve educational opportunities and life outcomes" for youth, according to the foundation.

She said she was "humbled and honored" to lead the foundation, which she praised as "an organization with a proven track record of educating and empowering children across the globe with tools and strategies they can use to help adults keep them safe."

"I am confident the next chapter will prove to be one of growth and sustainability as we work to fulfill our mission of protecting children," she said.

Lynn Layton: We all need a reminder of why child safety matters

Editorial: Local efforts to prevent child abuse often start with nonprofit agencies

Overcoming low pay, turnover and burnout: Passion for children keeps child welfare workers on the job

As head of the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation, Ramos-Puig provided educational and outreach programs for the Latin music community. Her resume also includes stints as CEO of Pencils of Promise, which works to increase access to quality education for children in the developing world, and chief regional officer for Education Pioneers, which recruits talent for the education sector.

Earlier, she was senior director at Children's Aid in New York, which helps children in underserved communities. While there, she developed a financial literacy program that was recognized as "exemplary" by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, a nationwide organization that studies child welfare.

Ramos-Puig has a master's degree in urban policy and management from New School University and graduated from the Nonprofit Executive Level Education Program at Columbia Business School.


Goodwill Industries of North Florida

In another personnel change, Naomi Jackson has been named chief financial officer at Goodwill Industries of North Florida. Goodwill specializes in job training and placement services for people who have barriers to employment.

Jackson most recently ran her own CPA firm following finance jobs at KIPP Jacksonville Schools and Family Support Services of North Florida. She also worked 11 years for CSX.

"We are so lucky to have Naomi Jackson join our team," CEO David Rey said. "Naomi brings a wealth of experience … that will be invaluable as we move forward with opening new retail stores, expanding mission programs and exciting partnerships on the horizon."

"Friend-raising': Jacksonville-based Goodwill brings back fashion show to support employment programs

Goodwill: 3 Jacksonville-area nonprofits benefit from MacKenzie Scott's $4 billion in grants

New store: Goodwill gets go-ahead for Jacksonville store on Kernan Blvd.

Jackson has a bachelor's degree in business administration from Florida A&M University and a master's degree in forensic accounting from Florida Atlantic University. She received her CPA license in 2008.

She said she has long been a Goodwill donor and shopper.

"Now I get to learn the business from the inside out and contribute to creating employment opportunities and helping individuals in our community succeed beyond what they thought was possible for themselves," she said.


The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida

At The Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, Tom Caron has been promoted to vice president of donor services. The foundation makes charitable gifts and grants throughout the region.

He joined the organization in 2021 as director of donor services after about 10 years in nonprofit leadership and working with donors recently at City Year Jacksonville. He is also a former AmeriCorps member.

His new duties include "stewardship of existing donors," donor education programming and building relationships with the next generation of donors, according to the foundation.

Nonprofits, at the helm: New leaders at Leadership Jacksonville, Community Health Outreach

Nonprofits, at the helm: St. Johns United Way CEO departing, Baptist Health gets new CFO

Caron "has embraced this opportunity to grow," said Nina Waters, the foundation's president. "He is passionate about helping generous people realize their philanthropic vision and has already proven to be a huge asset in helping us maintain our reputation as a leader in donor services.”

He has a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University and is working toward his master's of business administration degree from Antioch University. He has specific training in multigenerational donor advising.


Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida and Betty Griffin Center

In a couple of other changes, Lisa Johnson has been named chairwoman of the Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida's board of directors, and Jayne Evans has been named board chairwoman at the Betty Griffin Center in St. Augustine

Johnson is the chief technology officer at IBM Financial Sector.


Evans is a longtime marketing and communications specialist in the nonprofit and for-profit sectors.

The Betty Griffin Center serves victims of domestic and sexual abuse.

Send your nonprofit news to, (904) 359-4109

This article originally appeared on Florida Times-Union: Monique Burr Foundation in Jacksonville and Goodwill make exec changes

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Jul. 30—New Lawrence County Community Foundation starts with $2M endowment

A new organization has been created with the goal of improving Lawrence County and it has $2 million to get things going.

Called the Lawrence County Community Foundation, it was started to nurture philanthropy throughout the county. Its formation was announced at the end of the Lawrence County Economic Development's meeting on Thursday morning at the courthouse.

LEDC director Bill Dingus said the foundation will be able to do things like provide a no-interest loan to a small business that needs economic help but doesn't necessarily qualify for a conventional bank loan.

The new foundation was started with help of the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio which matches up to $1 million after funding comes from Lawrence County sources. The Lawrence County Commission, the Ironton-Lawrence County CAO and the Lawrence County Economic Development Corporation provided $250,000 each and the foundation is looking for another $250,000 from other people or entities. How those funds are used will be guided by a Community Foundation board consisting of entities who helped with seed funding of the project.

Dingus said that over the years, he had watched as other counties created foundations, and wanted something similar in Lawrence County. A few years ago, the State of Ohio gave the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio $20 million to create new philanthropy foundations. Dingus said they were contacted a couple of time by the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio about starting a foundation but at $250,000 or $500,000 level.

"I said 'Make that a million and we will talk about uniting to match your money so we can have a $2 million endowment,'" Dingus said. "Well, they called a few weeks ago and said they had a couple of counties that couldn't match the plan and we have a position where we can allocate $1 million, if you in Lawrence County can match $1 million."

Dingus said that he contacted the CAO about putting in $250,000 and the board agreed to it, as did the commissioners and the board of the LEDC.

Commissioner DeAnna Holliday said the commissioners could not be more pleased to be a part of the founding membership for the Lawrence County Community Foundation.

She said that too often that when opportunity arose they weren't able to take advantage of it.

"But today is a different day, opportunity knocked and we were able to accept," she said.

She said that too often she saw people with great ideas but there wasn't the support mechanism to help push them to the next level and that the new foundation "is a turning point for Lawrence County, that we are going to be able to identify needs and have the resources to support them" and this foundation can help create a strong, solid base to help people.

Ironton-Lawrence County CAO executive director D.R. Gossett took the podium next and said that getting the initial money for a project is the hardest part.

"If you have something up and going, you might be able to find investments, you might be able to find grants," he said. "But, when you have speculation, when you have need, it is kind of silent. So that's what exciting about a foundation, you get to invest in things that really can spark something special."

He explained that the mission statement of the CAO is to Excellerate the community by providing opportunities and to have their customers seize on those opportunities.

"This foundation gives us a tool to see opportunities," Gossett said. "I think the funds will be strategically invested and I am excited about it. I couldn't be more happy with the foundation."

Dan Evans, LEDC president, said that when Dingus brought the idea to the LEDC they were all very encouraged at the possibilities.

"We are going to affect Lawrence County from now on and forever," he said. "This foundation will continue to grow. There will be lots of opportunities to provide seed money for special projects — anything that will benefit the community."

Tracy Mann, the director of planned giving for Foundation for Appalachian Ohio, said it was very exciting and a privilege to be in Lawrence County for the creation of the foundation.

She said there are 14 foundations under the Foundation for Appalachian Ohio's umbrella because it is their passion to let community have flexible dollars to invest in things that are needed for the future.

She said that many times, when a community gets money in, it has to be used for something specific, while the foundation's money is flexible.

"That's money you can use for you can use for your biggest needs and opportunities, not just for today but for the future," she said. "I truly believe that efforts you are making with the foundation, they are going to make such a difference in the way the county looks in the future. The possibilities are going to be endless, much greater than you can imagine."

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Killexams : Manu for Inclusion Foundation Invites You to Participate in Annual Virtual 5K

[Boca Raton, FL. August 3, 2022] Manu for Inclusion Foundation would like to encourage you to join us for our 3rd annual virtual 5k. The race is going to be run between October 21 to October 24. You can run anywhere in South Florida. To participate, follow these simple steps:

1)Register at
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3)Then, you would receive your medal in the mail.

This race is one of our most significant events, allowing us to cover partial scholarships towards advocate services, life coach sessions for parents with neurodiverse kids, and our annual expenses.

The race is very close to our Mission because its primary intention is to train, listen to your body, and commit to the participant’s wellness progress. Therefore, the participant has four days to complete this 5k. In addition, you will receive a training program and videos of exercises to achieve your goal.

Register today at, and let’s create inclusion in our community.

For further information, contact Juana Venegas M4IF director and founder,

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Killexams : Manistee County Community Foundation awards over $400,000 in grants

MANISTEE COUNTY — For more than 30 years, the Manistee County Community Foundation has been dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in the county by providing leadership to achieve community change, awarding grants that address local needs and building community endowment.

The foundation recently announced the recipients of 28 grants totaling more than $400,000 which will Excellerate the lives of Manistee County residents as well as enhance and expand recreational opportunities across the county.

“The foundation is proud to make these investments in our community, made possible through the generosity of our donors,” said Laura Heintzelman, foundation president and CEO, in a news release. “On behalf of the foundation board of directors and staff, I extend our deep appreciation to both the grant recipients and our contributors.

"We look forward to seeing the multitude of ways that these projects will enhance the lives of our residents and strengthen our community.”

Minger Family Endowment Fund

Eleven of the grants, totaling $344,418, were awarded through the foundation's Minger Family Endowment Fund, which was established in 2017 through the generosity of Forest R. Minger Jr., to enhance and expand access to recreation and recreational opportunities in the county.

The 11 Minger grant awards include:

• $12,240 to the Armory Youth Project to repair and maintain its gym floor;

• $18,900 to the Armory Youth Project for a building assessment project to outline short- and long-term maintenance and capital improvement plans for the facility;

• $4,000 to the Betsie Valley Community Center for the 2022 Recreation Series to offer family-friendly activities at Betsie Valley Elementary School;

• $97,478 to Manistee Area Public Schools for Phase 1 of the Community Recreation Enhancement, Assessment, Feasibility and Partnership Development Project, which aims to increase community access to MAPS facilities for recreation;

• $25,000 to Manistee Area Public Schools to upgrade the sound systems at the district's outdoor athletic facilities;

• $100,000 to Manistee Catholic Central School to renovate the gymnasium floor, bleachers and exit doors located on the west end of the gym to support use by MCC and the community;

• $4,500 to the Manistee Recreation Association for the MRA Community Engagement, Strategic Plan and Implementation Project to seek community input and develop a strategic plan for the association;

• $68,700 to Manistee Township to build a historically themed, universally accessible playground in the day use area of Orchard Beach State Park;

• $3,600 to Onekama Consolidated Schools to make improvements to the Leaps and Bounds Early Childhood Education Program's play area;

• $5,000 to the Pleasant Valley Community Center for the PVCC Strategic Plan Project to help guide the PVCC board in making key decisions over the next three or more years; and

• $5,000 to the Spirit of the Woods Conservation Club for summer field camps to provide more opportunities to introduce Manistee County youth to nature.

Limitless Fund

Additionally, 11 grants totaling $57,250 were funded through the foundation’s Limitless Fund and a number of other foundation funds.

The Limitless Fund was established in 2016 through the leadership of an anonymous donor who wanted to enable the foundation flexibility to respond to a broader array of community needs and opportunities. The Limitless Fund provides strategic support to address the ever-changing needs of Manistee County.

These other grants include:

• $5,000 to the Manistee County Arts and Culture Alliance for the 2022 Children’s Theater Workshop, which enables Manistee County children in second through eighth grades to learn about everything that goes into making a theater production, supported by the Doug Schlaff Youth Fund;

• $1,750 to Kaleva Norman Dickson Schools for the Brethren High School National Honor Society Blessings in a Backpack Program, which provides food for children at KND Elementary School, supported by the Healthy Youth Healthy Seniors Fund;

• $3,500 to Manistee Area Public Schools for the MAPS Summer Youth Theatre Camp, to provide area students the opportunity to explore all areas of theater, supported by the Geoffrey Roland Paine Family Charitable Fund;

• $10,000 to the Manistee County Council on Aging for the Engagement of TDA Consulting Project, to provide support and training for council staff and board members regarding affordable housing development, supported by the Limitless Fund;

• $2,500 to Manistee County Habitat for Humanity for a universal temporary access ramp project to provide a flexible, reusable solution to enable Manistee County residents to remain in their homes, supported by the Community Response Fund;

• $1,000 to the Manistee Friendship Society for the Mental Health First Aid Training Project, to assist community partners with recognizing signs and symptoms of mental health or substance use challenges, supported by the Community Response Fund;

• $10,000 to Onekama Consolidated Schools for the Leaps and Bounds Early Childhood Education Program to assist with hiring and training staff, supported by the Limitless Fund;

• $5,000 to PoWeR! Book Bags to distribute books and literacy bags to children and families in Manistee County, supported by the Limitless Fund and Women’s Empowerment Giving Circle Fund;

• $2,500 to PoWeR! Book Bags to provide books and literacy bags to Manistee County children and families in the District Health Department #10 Maternal Infant Health Program, supported by the Doug Schlaff Youth Fund;

• $10,000 to the Ramsdell Regional Center for the Arts to add a new lighting control system and LED lighting fixtures and Excellerate the quality of performing arts and education programming, supported by the Limitless Fund; and

• $6,000 to West Shore Community College for the College for Kids Program, which enables area youth ages 9-15 to explore various careers through classes on WSCC’s campus, supported by the Limitless Fund and Geoffrey Roland Paine Family Charitable Fund.

Emerging needs

The foundation's board of directors also proactively awarded three grants totaling $5,250 to respond to emerging needs.

These grants include:

• $2,750 to Manistee County Habitat for Humanity for the Lake Wennogene Housing Project to develop a site concept plan for workforce housing, supported by the Limitless Fund;

• $1,500 to the Manistee County Community Foundation to support the Launch Manistee Network Rural Child Care Innovation Program process, designed to identify right-sized solutions to increase the supply of high-quality, affordable child care in Manistee County, supported by the Quality of Life Fund; and

• $1,000 to Manistee County Community Foundation to support the Manistee County Housing Action Team, a newly established group of community partners dedicated to finding community housing solutions, and the Housing Summit, supported by the Qualify of Life Fund and Homelessness Prevention Fund.

Youth Advisory Council

The Manistee County Community Foundation Youth Advisory Council recommended three grants totaling $2,000 in response to their request for proposals in support of projects that address youth mental health, the top priority need identified by the council.

The Youth Advisory Council is comprised of high school students from each of Manistee County’s six school districts who serve as the foundation’s local panel of experts on the needs and issues that face area youth, and is the advisory body to the foundation's Youth Endowment Fund.

• $750 to Onekama Consolidated Schools for the Whole Child Initiative Project, to provide students with learning opportunities and experiences that meet their social and emotional learning needs;

• $250 to Staircase Youth Services for the Teen Mental Health Days Project to support teens in crisis with positive interaction; and

• $1,000 to the Wexford-Missaukee-Manistee Great Start Collaborative for the Mindfulness Mondays project, to encourage Manistee County to start building the foundation of their child’s mental health by introducing mindfulness into their daily routines.

The foundation’s fall grant cycle application deadline is Oct. 15, and grant awards are anticipated to be announced by the end of December. Grant requests in the amount of $5,000 or less for consideration under the Minger Family Endowment Fund may be
submitted at any time, with funding decisions made within 45 days.

Additional information about the foundation’s grant programs, including eligibility criteria, grant guidelines and a Grant Inquiry Form is available online at

Interested applicants are also encouraged to contact foundation staff at 231-723-7269 or to discuss their proposal.

Anyone interested in making a charitable contribution to the foundation to help further expand the its community impact may contact foundation staff at 231-723-7269 or, or donate via the foundation’s website

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Killexams : ELLM Alumni Association Management Committee

Michelle Montero Lemoine, Chair (Class 2019)
Michelle is an experienced lawyer in financing operations, capital markets, investment funds, derivative instruments and alternative investments. She has completed Level 1 of the international certification for alternative investments analyst, Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA), and holds an Executive LL.M of London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). She is currently senior structuring professional in the London office of a Swiss private markets asset manager. Before, she was senior associate in Lazo & De Romaña Abogados (2017-2019) and legal advisor of the investment process in several private pension funds in Peru (2012-2017). She was also co-director of the diversity committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Peru and member of the mentoring committee of Women in the Profession (WIP).

Josh Newton, Vice Chair (Class 2021)
Josh is a lawyer and partner at Best & Krieger LLP in Bend, Oregon, United States. Josh’s practice concentrates on complex dispute resolution with an emphasis on natural resource and environmental disputes and indigenous rights. He focuses on issues affecting the lands, waters, and culture of the western United States. Josh received his LLM degree from London School of Economics and Political Science in 2021.

Omar Salem, General Secretary (Class 2021)
Omar Salem is a Managing Associate at Linklaters specialising in financial regulation and public advocacy. He provides advice on complex regulatory matters, transactions and investigations, as well as on legal aspects of reputation management. His clients include banks, brokers, asset managers, private equity houses, payment service providers, funds, trading and clearing platforms, mortgage lenders and consumer credit providers. Prior to his legal career, Omar worked at the Young Foundation, where he carried out research on responding to the financial crisis and co-founded the UpRising Leadership Programme, which works to develop young leaders from diverse backgrounds. Omar also worked in Parliament as senior researcher to Emily Thornberry MP, who is currently the Shadow Secretary of State for Trade. Omar has an LLB from the University of Law and a BA (Hons) in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from St. Hugh’s College, University of Oxford. Omar tweets at @FinRegLawyer and his LinkedIn profile is here.

Carmen Martorano, Membership Secretary (Class 2021)
Carmen is an Italian qualified lawyer admitted to the Italian Bar in 2016, a Registered European Lawyer in England and Wales since 2018 and a Registered Foreign Lawyer since 2021. She is experienced in commercial and regulatory laws related to Life Sciences industries (among others, pharmaceutical, medical devices, cosmetics, chemicals, food& beverage laws and regulations, e-health). Before moving into the Life sciences industry, she has worked for lending companies as CEO, member of the board and legal counsel  and for investment funds as legal counsel. On 2018, she attended courses in Private Equity and Project Finance at London Business School. She held lectures at Luiss Guido Carly University and published articles related to the digital innovation and regulations. 

Committee Members

Patricia Brister, Committee Member (Class 2020)
Trish Brister has been a member of the Canadian Bar Association and the Law Society of Alberta since 1988, practicing in the areas of construction, services, energy, general corporate/commercial and commercial real estate law.  She has done a significant amount of transactional work in acquisitions and divestitures in addition to training a broad range of front line workers, directors and executives in contract risk management.  Her past work experience includes private practice in a multi-national law firm as well as acting as in-house counsel for multi-national energy and construction companies.
    Trish is a Graduate of the London School of Economics (LL.M 2020), the University of Victoria (LL.B  1987) and McGill University (B.Comm 1983 with Distinction) and holds certifications from the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD.D 2018) and the Family Enterprise Exchange (FEA 2018).
    Trish is active in the not-for-profit sector, having held board positions recently while working on governance and risk management committees.  She is currently involved in mental health research focused on entrepreneurs.

Olga Bezhentseva, Committee Member (Class 2022 – expected)

Verônica Barros, Committee Member (Class 2020)
Verônica is an attorney with an LL.M in Regulating Innovation, Communication and Technology from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and has completed an Executive Program in Digital Law at INSPER/SP.  After some years working as city attorney and as a lawyer at the Brazilian Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES), she came back to the private sector to work with consultancy in the areas of digital and personal data protection law, public policies and information security. She holds an EXIN certification in data protection, and is a sitting member of the Science, Technology, and Innovation Commission and of Privacy and Data Protection Commission, both of the Brazilian Bar Association - São Paulo Chapter (OAB/SP).

Advisory Members

Dimos Adamos

Pietro Del Bufalo, General Secretary (Class 2019)
Pietro is an Italian qualified lawyer, admitted to the bar of Rome in 2005. He has worked for the Italian association of fund managers (Assogestioni) from 2001 to 2005 and for the law firm Lovells (now Hogan Lovells) from 2005 to 2010. His professional practice focused on financial regulation and compliance matters, specifically for investment and pension funds, and asset managers. In 2010 he moved to the Principality of Monaco to work as legal counsel for a single family office.

Pinar Basdan Cetinel (Class 2017) 
Pınar is a qualified lawyer in Turkey and currently the Chief Legal Officer at one of the country's investment banks, Nurolbank. Prior to Nurolbank, Pınar worked as partner in one of the leading law firms active in banking & finance and corporate matters. She is a graduate of Master of Laws from the LSE, 2017 and she holds a Bachelor of Laws from Galatasaray University, 2005. Pınar's broad legal practice includes corporate law, contract law, banking law and capital markets matters.  She has been involved in highlight structured finance transactions (including first local covered-bonds and asset-guaranteed bonds programs in Turkey in 2011). Pınar's past work experience also includes foreign associate role at Mayer Brown LLP, in 2008. She is a member of Istanbul Bar and she volunteers for Spina Bifida Association in Turkey and animal rights.  

Dr Marizah Minhat (Class 2018) 
Marizah is an Associate Professor in Finance and Economics at the University of Bradford, UK. She graduated with LL.M (Financial Law and Regulation) from the LSE. She holds an MSc in Banking and Finance and a PhD from the University of Stirling, and a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from Lincoln University, New Zealand. As a professionally qualified accountant, she is a Fellow of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), member of Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA), Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand (CA ANZ), and Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). She is also a committee member of ICAEW Scotland and Tech Sub-Group Lead. Marizah has served in various roles within higher education institutions in the UK with stints in Hong Kong and Singapore. Prior to her academic career, she gained corporate experience in energy industry during her years with a Malaysia’s publicly listed government-linked company, as well as a stint in retail financial industry. She has published in Finance, Economics and Human Rights journals, and wider media. 

Giuseppe Pinelli 

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