BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The directors that make up the Lighthouse Works board support the work of this organization and provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance aligned with our core values.
"Lighthouse Works provides me the opportunity to work with a world class team which delivers exceptional value to our customers, employees, and community. This social enterprise is leading the way in providing employment opportunities to the visually impaired community and generating incremental resources for deployment in to our community."
Dan Devine, Chairman
“I joined the Lighthouse Works! Board of Directors to share my business knowledge and help this social enterprise enrich the lives of those that live with vision loss.”
Ed Buck, Vice Chair
Inwood Consulting Engineers
“I joined the board of Lighthouse because I loved the idea of the unique social enterprise, Lighthouse Works, providing the funding needed to run Lighthouse Central Florida, while in the process employ people who are blind or visually impaired.”
Nancy L. Urbach, Treasurer
Vestal & Wiler CPA's
“Universal Orlando Resort’s MyAbilities Network Team Member Resource Group values the unique perspective people with varying abilities provide in the workplace. I have a passion for working with our Team Members to foster a culture of inclusion, appreciation and understanding. I joined Lighthouse Works because of their commitment to assisting people who are blind and visually impaired achieve all of the successes they can.”
Sharon Foley, Secretary
“I look forward to the opportunity to engage and serve in this unique social enterprise that serves and raises up an often overlooked community.”
“Board service has given me the opportunity to bring hope, dignity and self-sufficiency to a largely unseen part of our community.”
“I first learned on Lighthouse Central Florida when Kyle Johnson earned a top spot at the Victory Cup Initiative. A few years later, during my MBA program at Stetson University, I had the privilege to work on a project with Lighthouse Works. It was during this experience, I fell in love with the double bottom line theory, margin and mission. It intrigued me as most non-profits rely solely on donors for support. I am honored to serve on the Lighthouse Works board.”