Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast’s Board of Directors recently elected Randall Woods as Chair for a 2-year term beginning July 1. During his tenure, Randall served on the Executive Committee and the Audit and Finance Committee. Other officers include Chair-elect, Michael Nachef, Treasurer, Susan Flynn, and Secretary, Nikki McCain.
Randall Woods who succeeds Don Patterson as Chair has served four terms on the board. Woods served as Vice-Co-Chair of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America’s Nationwide Leadership Council. He continues to serve as a strong supporter of the community in many different capacities. He serves on the Board of the Tampa Bay Chamber, as a leader and committee chair at his local church (Exciting Central Tampa Baptist), and is in the current class (39) of Leadership Florida. He formerly supported United Way as a member of the Campaign Committee, the Sarasota EDC, as well as the Manatee and Sarasota Chambers of Commerce. He is an alumnus of the Tampa Bay Partnerships CEO Direct Leadership program Class VII and Leadership Tampa Class of 2017.
“Randall Woods’s leadership and his commitment to the children we serve, will guide us through our strategic plan and help us to reach our goals,” said Joy Mahler, President, and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast.
Randall Woods is the Senior Director of Sales for the Florida Blue West Region. In this role, Woods is responsible for business operations and community relations in 14 counties, including Hillsborough, Pinellas, Sarasota, Manatee, and other western counties south to Collier. He has more than 25 years of experience in the health care industry and consistent involvement with community and civic organizations. Previously with Florida Blue Woods served as an account executive and the Director of SW Florida.
Other members of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast’s Board of Directors for the 2022-2023 fiscal year include; Anthony Baldo, Richard Burtt, Karly Christine, Jessica Hardy, Perry Korszen, Sandi McDonald, Tim Parker, Don Patterson, Frank Spinola, and Michael Tennant.
About Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast
For over 50 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast has been matching youth in meaningful, enduring, professionally supported mentoring relationships with adult volunteers who defend their potential and help them achieve their biggest possible futures. Big Brothers Big Sisters’ evidence-based approach is designed to create positive youth outcomes, including educational success, avoidance of risky behaviors, higher aspirations, greater confidence, and improved relationships. This past year, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sun Coast has served over 1,500 youth across a 10-county footprint. Learn how to get involved at bbbssun.org.