The Pensacola State College Foundation Board of Governors recently welcomed three new members at its annual meeting: electrical engineer Keith Hoskins, attorney Holly Jurnovoy and financial advisor Trey Poirier.
PSC Foundation Board President Mike Wiggins said he is very pleased to see the new members bringing wide-ranging input and experience to an already active and committed board.
“We are all dedicated to Pensacola State and its mission,” Wiggins said. “The Board is looking forward to our opportunities to support the student scholarships and programs that make this college such an important part of our community.”
Keith Hoskins is the Western District General Manager and Military Affairs Manager for Gulf Power. Previously he had served 27 years as a U.S. Naval Officer and his last duty was the Commanding Officer of Naval Air Station Pensacola.
He is active in the northwest Florida community as a board member for the Pensacola Chamber, Gulf Coast Kids House, and National Naval Aviation Museum Foundation Board, among others. He also volunteers in many civic activities that enhance the communities in northwest Florida.
Holly Jurnovoy has been an attorney with Emmanuel Sheppard and Condon since 1998 and focuses her practice on conducting residential real estate closings. Before that, the Gulf Breeze High School graduate had practiced law in Philadelphia for 10 years.
Her community involvement includes Board of Directors of Children’s Home Society of Florida, Board of Directors of Chain Reaction, School Advisory Committees of Gulf Breeze Middle and Gulf Breeze High School, Temple Beth-El, Florida Association of Women Lawyers, and IMPACT 100 Pensacola Bay Area.
Trey Poirier has been a senior financial advisor with Merrill Lynch since 2010. Prior to joining Merrill Lynch, he worked at a high net worth wealth management firm in Atlanta. He has earned the Chartered Retirement Planning CounselorSM designation and the Chartered Retirement Plans SpecialistSM designation awarded by the College for Financial Planning.
Poirier assists families with integrated and custom wealth management strategies designed to help them pursue their desired outcomes, while building, managing and preserving their wealth for current and future generations.
Returning members of the PSC Foundation Board of Governors are:
• Officers – Mike Wiggins, president; Doug Bates, vice president; Gary Sammons, past president; Tom Owens, treasurer; Beverly Zimmern, secretary; and Herb Woll, PSC Board of Trustees representative.
• Directors – Charlie Switzer, Gerry Goldstein and Betty Roberts.
• Governors at Large – Pamela Caddell, Barry Cole, Jennifer Cole, Kathy Dunagan, Lane Harper, Karen Hendrix, Sharon Hess Herrick, Tad Ihns, Tom Lampone, Kramer Litvak, Scott Luth, Lumon May, Mike Morette, Alan Nickelsen, James Reeves, Grover Robinson IV, Eugene Rosenbaum, Sandy Sansing, Kerry Ann Schultz, Julie Sheppard, Joseph Von Bodungen, Bill Wein, Celeste Whisenant, Ken Wilder, Ann Woll, Greg Woodfin, and Ken Woolf.
ABOUT THE PSC FOUNDATION
The Pensacola State College Foundation was incorporated in 1965 as a non-profit corporation that could accept tax-deductible contributions from community supporters. The Foundation’s mission is to support the long-range plan of Pensacola State College by raising financial support to enhance scholarships, programs, faculty, facilities, and improvements to further enhance student accessibility and the learning environment at Pensacola State College.