Meet our talented team of entrepreneurs, business people and community leaders who have joined forces to bring the future of the construction industry to the present, and to enable the community to achieve a new stage of economic development.
Deborah is a savvy business woman and community leader with an incredible ability to accomplish any task with great speed and execution. She possesses working knowledge and understanding of the real estate and construction industry with her background servicing several general contractors over the years and as a licensed Real Estate Associate. She also provides support with her strong administrative and organizational abilities. She is involved in various community organizations and holds positions on numerous non-profit boards. She is always the first one to volunteer and devotes her time and energy for fundraisers and community projects.
Bryan brings a wealth of knowledge in financial management, business development, business management, and real estate management. He is extremely passionate about his community and currently sits on the boards of several non-profit organizations focused on supporting and elevating the local community. He is focused on continuous learning, evidenced by his educational background; along with several designations within the financial services industry, he received a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Eastern Connecticut State University, a Master’s degree in Management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and an MBA from the Barney School of Business at the University of Hartford.
Roberta holds an Associates degree in Food Technology from SUNY Farmingdale, Farmingdale, NY, a Bachelors degree from CUNY Queens, Queens, NY, and a Master’s degree in Health Care Administration from CW Post, Greenvale, NY. She is a registered dietician, Certified Food Manager, Certified Aseptic Processor and holds a Florida D water license. She was heavily involved in the community since her arrival in 1998 as a Family Consumer Science Educator until her retirement in 2011. She has served on several boards within our community, including the Englewood Rotary and the Englewood Youth Foundation. Roberta has also supported the St. David’s Jubilee Center by participating in back packs for kids, securing donated products from Publix, along with financial or in-kind support. She has also played an integral role in the Sunshine Quilt Guide initiative, which provides hand-made quilts for local head start children, as well as carry-bags and pillowcases for Child Protective Services.
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