Hibiscus Children’s Center Welcomes Amy Whitlach

Amy Whitlach - Hibiscus Children's Center

Amy Whitlach – Hibiscus Children’s Center

Hibiscus Children’s Center Welcomes Amy Whitlach as Martin County Foundation Board President

Hibiscus Children’s Center welcomes Amy Whitlach as President of the Martin County Foundation Board of Directors.  Amy has been a volunteer of Hibiscus Children’s Center for over a year and brings financial expertise to lead the Foundation Board that is responsible for overseeing Hibiscus’ fundraising efforts in Martin County.  The board also advocates for abused, neglected and abandoned children to ensure they are safe and cared for.

Amy shared, “I’m thrilled to be working with such a wonderful organization whose mission is to provide a safe shelter for children who have been abused and neglected.  Part of my vision is to strengthen the work that the board does by focusing on educating and engaging the community.  As part of that vision, we are looking for dedicated volunteers who are interested in participating at the board level.”

Since 2010, Amy has been a Financial Representative of Thrivent Financial in Stuart which helps its members to live generously and be engaged in strengthening their communities.  She holds several financial certifications and licenses and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Western Michigan University.

As a mom of three young children and PTA Secretary for Jensen Beach Elementary School, Amy is an advocate for children and is committed to making life better for children and families in our community.  She is a great example of how one person can live out their passion and make a difference for others in need.

If you would like more information about Hibiscus Children’s Center and our Board of Directors, please visit us at: HibiscusChildrensCenter.org.

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