Liz Wooten-Reschke is an experienced facilitator and skilled board governance expert with more than 25 years of service to the nonprofit sector. As president and CEO of Connect For More, she works collaboratively with her clients to create strategic consulting solutions that address topics such as best practices in board governance, engaging the next generation of nonprofit leadership, building an exceptional board culture, creating meaningful board service and diversity, equity and inclusion in philanthropy.
During her career, Liz has served on the staff teams at the Girl Scouts of West Central Florida, Nonprofit Leadership Center, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Florida Holocaust Museum and the University of South Florida. Liz has also served as a proud volunteer leader of the Are You Safe, Association of Fundraising Professionals, Monroe and Hillsborough County School District, Nonprofit Consultants Connection, Social Enterprise Alliance, Young Nonprofit Professionals Network, League of Women Voters, Daughters of the American Revolution, and Emerge Tampa.
Liz first moved to Tampa Bay to pursue her bachelor’s degree in Secondary English Education at the University of South Florida, where she also earned her Master’s in Public Administration and Certificate in Nonprofit Management. She is a native of Key West and a fourth generation Floridian with a passion for education, the arts and animal rights. She’s also an active mother of four children, two dogs and one kitten.