Eastern Florida State Foundation Promotes Tonya Cherry, Cindy Kane to Co-Executive Director
By Space Coast Daily // June 25, 2021
EFSC: These new leadership roles will strengthen relationships with donors, alumni
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Eastern Florida State College Foundation recently announced that Tonya Cherry and Cindy Kane have been promoted to Co-Executive Directors.
Ms. Cherry will serve as the Executive Director of Operations and Ms. Kane will serve as the Executive Director of Development and Strategic Engagement.
“Tonya and Cindy have done an amazing job for the foundation during a very difficult time caused by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Jack Parker, EFSC Vice President of External Affairs.
“These new leadership roles will strengthen relationships with donors and alumni, positioning the EFSC Foundation to better serve our students.”
Cherry joined the EFSC Foundation in 2016 as the Donor Relations Coordinator. Prior to that, she served as an accountant at the Moletteire Injury Law Firm.
She also worked for both the State of Florida and Florida State University before deciding to stay at home to raise two children.
She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from Florida State University and has an extensive background in special event fundraising.
Kane joined the EFSC Foundation in 2018 as the Coordinator of Development. Prior to that, she served as Senior Director of Human Resources for the Canaveral Port Authority and held progressively responsible positions with Harris Corporation.
She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Advertising from the University of Florida. Where she is inducted into the College Hall of Fame. She earned a Master’s Degree in Technology from the University of Miami.
Her additional development includes Leadership courses at the University Of Virginia Darden School Of Business, along with numerous certificates in leadership, assessment, facilitation, and quality.
For more information about the EFSC Foundation, call (321) 433-7055 or visit easternflorida.edu/foundation
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