BROWARD COUNTY – Broward Education Foundation, the only 501(c)3 direct support organization of Broward County Public Schools solely dedicated to transforming the lives of Broward County Public Schools students through the support of quality education, has elected four new officers to its board of directors.
The new officers for Broward Education Foundation Board of Directors are: Chair Frank Horkey, president of Horkey and Associates, P.A.; Chair-Elect Tim Curtin, administrative director of community services for Memorial Healthcare System; Treasurer Jean McIntyre, president and CEO of the Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce and Secretary Ruth Lynch, director of grassroots advocacy of Florida Consortium of Public Charter Schools and Director of Public Relations of Charter Schools of Excellence.
“We value the support and guidance that these esteemed business and community leaders have provided us as long-standing board members,” said Broward Education Foundation Executive Director Shea Ciriago. “Under their leadership, Broward Education Foundation will continue to mobilize the extended community to increase advocacy and financial support to impact student achievement.”
Broward Education Foundation is agile, adept and responsive to shifting needs in public education. Most recently responding to the Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy, Broward Education Foundation initiated a GoFundMe, established the official Stoneman Douglas Victims’ Fund and raised $10.5M for victims’ families, survivors and those impacted