Eastern Florida State College Foundation Elects Four New Members to Board of Directors
By Eastern Florida State College // January 23, 2021
EFSC President Dr. Jim Richey will also continue to serve on the Board
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Eastern Florida State College Foundation, Inc. recently elected four new members to its Board of Directors.
New board members include:
Christopher Riley, Senior Operations Executive at L3Harris
Trizia Eavenson, founder of Eavenson Law, LLC
Mel Mills retired former president and owner of Mills Communications, Inc. in Westminster, Maryland.
Adam Bird, a partner in the law firm Whitebird, PLLC.
Current officers for the EFSC Foundation include Bill Row (BRPH) as Chair; Moses Harvin, II (American Services Technology, Inc.) as Vice-Chair; Judy Healy (retired) as Treasurer; and directors-at-large: David Lightholder (Lightholder Construction) and Michael Scialdone (Healthfirst).
Board members continuing their service include Randy Coleman (Merrill Lynch); Gary Cunningham (Cunningham, Ingram & Anderson, Inc.); Meredith Gibson (CCU); Robert Good (Addition Financial); Natasha Spencer (Shelter Mortgage); Ryan Wilkins (Beacon Roof & Exterior); and Pam Posey Persse (GP Industries USA).
Ms. Moses Harvin, Sr., an Eastern Florida State College Board of Trustees member, will continue to serve as a liaison to the Foundation Board.
College President Dr. Jim Richey will also continue to serve on the Board.
For more information about the Eastern Florida State College Foundation or the Alumni Association, contact the foundation at 321-433-7055.