The organizations will donate a combined total of 590,000 bottles of water.
Dr. Shirin Gibson and Debra Estes have both been named to new positions.
Dr. Larry Thompson became president of the college in 1999.
Tim Koons-McGee is an industry veteran.
Classes will start in October.
As a sponsor, Achieva Credit Union is underwriting the chapter’s monthly networking and educational programs.
The new programs will begin this month.
Organizers say they "desperately need" dental and eye care professionals.
Scheduled to open in 2021, the SCF Studio for the Performing Arts will be a nearly 15,000-square-foot facility.
The "summer relief bags" also included more than 126,000 meals for children during the weekends.
The luncheon will have a "pro" and "con" panel and take place Oct. 3.
Jim Rollo and John Noyes have joined the board, and Tony Dempsey has been named its new chair.
A ceremony and moment of silence will take place to honor those who lost their lives on 9/11.
The workshops are intended to educate residents, lenders and insurance and real estate agents.
Students decided to send funds from the school's Tzedakah Fund—to which children can choose to contribute each week on Shabbat—to Chabad of Nassau, which has partnered with the Red Cross to help provide aid to those in need.
Johnette Cappadona has been named director of community engagement and Jamal Sarikoki associate director.
C.J. Bannister and Matt Kahn have joined the foundation's philanthropy team.
Hansen, president and CEO of the Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation, joins a dozen other philanthropic leaders named to the list.
Sarasota ranked No. 1 and Venice No. 5 on Investment U's annual list.
Cintia Elenstar has been named program manager and Esther Garcia coordinator of program activities.