New Board Members Proposed for Annual March Meeting

The March meeting is our annual meeting. We have three board openings as a result of term limits. With Charlie steeping down we have 4 positions open and 4 candidates. They are as follows:

Randy Cash

Randy Cash – A combat veteran with 21 years of military service, Cash served as a U.S. Army Congressional Liaison Officer and VFW Post Commander.

He has a degree in Politics and Public Affairs from the University of Miami.

Widely involved in community service, Cash was a member of the Immokalee Chamber of Commerce, the Golden Gate Estates Area Civic Association and the Moorings Property Owners Association.

He owns and operates Flamingo Air Management and currently serves as a Commissioner of the Collier County Housing Authority.

Tom Donahue

Tom Donahue – General Manager of Shula’s Steak House, Donahue is an award-winning food and beverage expert and 2005-2014 recipient of the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence.

He holds certificates from the University of Maryland (Business), Hodges University (Management) and Hilton University (Hospitality).

A military veteran and American Legionnaire, Donahue has been active in the community as a director of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce and the United Way and a member of the Hodges University Presidents Council and Veterans’ Education Fund.

Jerry Sanford

Jerry Sanford – A U.S. Navy veteran, Sanford served 29 years in the New York Fire Department, where he worked in various fire companies and served as Press Secretary to the Fire Commissioner.

After moving to Naples, he was hired by the North Collier Fire District as Public Information Officer. Sanford returned to New York five days after 9/11 to coordinate news for press and network affiliates.

Back in Naples, Sanford formed and headed the Gulf Coast Retired Firefighters Association and was a central figure in fundraising for the Collier County Freedom Memorial.

Frank Seninsky

Frank Seninsky – An entertainment industry executive, Seninsky is president of the Alpha-Omega Group of companies that provide equipment, consulting and digital services to entertainment centers.

He has an engineering degree from Stevens Institute of Technology and an MBA from New Jersey Institute of Technology. Seninsky has presented 420 seminars and written numerous articles on leisure entertainment.

He served as president of the Amusement and Music Operators Association for many years. Locally, Seninsky has been active with various Republican groups.

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