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By Greg C. Truax, Publisher
Tampa Bay Business for Culture & the Arts, one of 11 national Business Committees for the Arts, announced on Monday the election of six new members to its board of directors.
The new board directors will serve an initial three-year term that is renewable. They are: Matthew Hamilton, senior vice president, Wells Fargo Private Bank; Dr. Helen Levine, regional vice chancellor of USFSP; Burton Mulford, portfolio manager, Eagle Tax Sensitive Strategies, Eagle Asset Management; Pamela Overton, senior claim field director, Allstate Insurance; Christopher Swink Sr., wealth director, BNY Mellon Wealth Management; and Jeff Wooldridge, senior vice president, regional manager, Bank of the Ozarks, according to the TBBCA.
“The TBBCA board welcomes these newly elected directors who are each accomplished professionals with strong backgrounds and expertise,” said TBBCA Board President Damien Bertucelli.
In a news release, TBBCA said Mr. Bertucelli, Vantage Point Advisors of Raymond James, will continue to serve as president and chair of the board of the nonprofit TBBCA. Reappointed board officers are: Stephen Gay of Gay & Associates with Smith & Associates, vice chair/vice president; Sharon Britton, attorney at Phelps Dunbar, secretary; and Lisa Carver, CFO of The Wilson Company, treasurer.
“TBBCA is fortunate to partner with these committed business leaders who are united in support of arts and culture,” said Susana Weymouth, TBBCA executive director. “They will help TBBCA fulfill our mission and strengthen the reach and impact of our organization and programs.”
The mission of TBBCA, founded in 1989, is to unite Tampa Bay area businesses to champion arts and culture for a prosperous community, based on the philosophy that “the arts are good for business, and business is good for the arts.”