Tuesday, September 21, 2010

ACE Mentor Program Appoints 2010-2011 Board of Directors

ORLANDO, FL — Appointed to the 2010-2011 officers and board of directors of ACE Mentor Program of Central Florida, a nonprofit, are Charlie Barnard, operations manager for Hensel Phelps Construction Co. as chairman, Trudi Larson,  president of Central Florida Builders Exchange as secretary, Judy D'Angelo,  controller with Matern Professional Engineering as treasurer;

Directors include Nathan Butler, (top right photo) AIA, a principal with C.T. Hsu + Associates, Mark Jackson,  a senior vice president at Lykes Insurance, Sylvia Pond,  Seminole County School board member, Cindy McCree-Bodine,  vice president of human resources of McCree General Contractors & Architects, and Elaine Ingra,  the president of PR WORKS.
“We are fortunate to have an outstanding board dedicated to the continued development of this high school mentoring program,” said Chairman Barnard.
About Ace Mentor Program of Central Florida
            ACE Mentor Program of Central Florida, an affiliate of ACE Mentor Program of America, was established in 2008. The organization provides local high school students with the opportunity to work with design and construction professionals to learn about career opportunities through a hands-on program. To date, 61 high school students have completed the ACE Mentor Program with 26 local organizations providing mentors. For more information, please visit www.acementor.org/756.

About ACE Mentor Program of America
            The ACE Mentor Program of America Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization founded in 1992 to help prepare high school students for careers in design and construction through mentoring by industry professionals. The organization’s focus is to enlighten and motivate students toward careers in architecture, construction, engineering, and related fields. ACE chapters are located in all 50 states. For additional information, please visit www.acementor.org.
 Contact: Elaine Ingra, 407-384-1344, elainei@pr-works.com

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