Aaron Crall, Treasurer
Clifton Larson Allen LLP
As a financial consultant serving nonprofits, I am blessed to be able to see first hand the great work the nonprofit sector does to serve Tampa Bay every day. And through the Nonprofit Leadership Center, I am proud to play a part in giving these mission-driven organizations the practical tools, skills, and knowledge they critically need to lead their organizations and make a significant impact in our community.
Conn Memorial Foundation
As the founding chair for the Nonprofit Leadership Center, I can say that the vision from day one was to cultivate a nonprofit heart, a business mind and a leader’s spirit. The vision has not changed almost twenty years later. We also wanted to see this organization grow into an important regional asset for our local nonprofits. I am proud of our growth though am aware of the need for continued growth to better serve our local nonprofits.
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT GLAZER CHILDREN’S MUSEUM
Over a decade ago I made the decision to dedicate my professional life to the nonprofit sector and to also invest my personal resources into the organizations of my community as much as possible. Social sector agencies touch everyone in our community while directly impacting our quality of life. For these reasons I’m honored to serve the Nonprofit Leadership Center, which I view as a community leader working to ensure the vitality of so many organizations addressing our region’s most critical social issues.
I am particularly passionate about the need for strong nonprofit board governance and best practices. I believe nonprofits that are governed by board members who understand their roles and responsibilities and who know how to ask for money, create impactful nonprofit agencies and thereby strengthen our local community, both nonprofit and for-profit. I love serving on the board of NLC because of the large number of nonprofit organizations it reaches and because NLC develops and connects nonprofit leaders so they can deliver better results.
Beth Houghton, Vice Chair
St. Petersburg Free Clinic
I love the empowering work of the Nonprofit Leadership Center, especially for smaller nonprofits who couldn’t otherwise afford the high quality training and resources provided by NLC. As a long time board member and executive at various large and small nonprofits, I have a passion for the work nonprofits do in our communities. I’m excited to be part of the Nonprofit Leadership Center.
Mary Lallucci, Secretary
Senior Vice President
I am very excited to have the opportunity to serve on the Board for the NLC. I believe it is important to find ways both personally and professionally to give back to the community. As a senior executive, I have spent my career in organizations that help people. Currently, at Right Management we provide both Career Management and Talent Management solutions locally, regionally, and globally to our clients. This role has allowed me a number of opportunities to be engaged with several nonprofits. The Nonprofit Leadership Center shares my values around connecting and serving–as well as quality, innovation, and respect. I believe NLC brings a unique mix of services, and I consider serving on the Board a true privilege.
We have so many wonderful nonprofits here in the Tampa Bay community, and there is certainly no lack of heart driving the missions of these organizations.The Nonprofit Leadership Center helps take these organizations and their constituencies to the next level by providing invaluable training to nonprofit executives, staff, and board members to enhance and develop their skills to serve their clients, communicate their mission and effectiveness to their supporters, and run a successful organization. As a business attorney I’ve been privileged to assist individual nonprofits in meeting their legal needs and by serving on various boards. I’m now excited to serve on the Board of NLC, reaching all of our Tampa Bay nonprofits and sharing with them how NLC can make them even more effective in serving our community.
Senior Vice President
Community Foundation of Tampa Bay
The Nonprofit Leadership Center of Tampa Bay embodies two of my core values – lifelong learning and empowerment. Knowledge and understanding are things that further those values and can serve us in meaningful and even surprising ways. I am very proud to be a part of an organization that supports our nonprofit community with what I consider to be profoundly important and wide-reaching messages – personally and professionally. It is a joy and a privilege to get up in the morning and spend a part of my day fostering this mission.
Jessica Muroff, Chair
Chief Executive Officer
Girl Scouts of West Central Florida
I am honored to serve on the Board of Directors for the Nonprofit Leadership Center of Tampa Bay.I owe the success in my career to supervisors and leaders who invested in me, through professional development. As a CEO of a nonprofit, I find the NLC a great resource to provide training and expertise to the ever-growing nonprofit sector. My hope is that I am able to help advocate for more organizations in our community to invest in their employees and organization, providing similar opportunities I was blessed with.
DIRECTOR, DIVERSITY & INCLUSION
RAYMOND JAMES FINANCIAL, INC.
What I know for sure is empowering passionate people to lead with confidence, courage and compassion is to inspire their organization; and ultimately, the community, to thrive. I believe this is the gift of the Nonprofit Leadership Center of Tampa Bay and core to my purpose and reason to serve on the board of directors. As a corporate executive specializing in diversity, inclusion, leadership and organization development, I am delighted to share my expertise, resources and time with an organization that serves all nonprofits to create positive change and sustainable impact.
PDR Certified Public Accountants
I’m passionate about nonprofit organizations in our Tampa Bay Community. As a CPA in public accounting, I’ve provided audit and tax services to nonprofits since 1995. I also serve on various boards in our community. I‘ve taught at Nonprofit Leadership Center since 2012 and was honored to be asked to join the Board. Teaching our nonprofits to be the best they can be is vital to growth and sustainability.
Pinellas County Commissioner
It is such an honor and privilege to serve on the NLC Board. As a life long resident and a Pinellas County Commissioner for 20 years, I am fortunate to be able to serve our communities. I have been on many not for profit boards and fundraisers including past president of the Junior League of Clearwater- Dunedin and Leadership Pinellas. In my elected capacity, my mission has been to cut through the silos and to connect needs with services throughout many different organizations.