MIAMI, FL –May 1, 2018 – Health Foundation of South Florida announced the election of Bob Dickinson to its Board of Directors. The board leads the largest philanthropy dedicated to improving health in Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties.
Bob Dickinson held positions with Ford Motor Company, RCA and Carnival Cruise Lines where he was president & CEO, the highest-ranking executive at the world’s largest cruise operator, prior to retiring in 2007. Dickinson is Chairman Emeritus of Camillus House and is a trustee for St. Thomas University.
According to Health Foundation of South Florida President & CEO Steven Marcus, Ed.D., “Bob knows how to lead organizations in tackling complex issues, and shares the Foundation’s focus on creating communities that are more resilient, sustainable and equitable places to live. He added, “We’ve worked to make sure our board members have the right skills and backgrounds to be strong stewards in our impactful work.”
Completing Health Foundation of South Florida’s 16-member Board are: Chairwoman Thao M.P. Tran, M.D., M.P.H., Vice Chairman Everett Wilson, Esq.: Secretary Melida Akiti, LCSW; Luther Brewster, Jr., Ph.D.; Javier Casillas, MBA; Loreen Chant; Michael DeLucca, MHM; Carol Fine; Karen Gilmore; Ines Hernandez, Roderick King, M.D.; Barbara Ronda, MHSA; Ryan Stumphauzer, Esq.; Dorothy Terrell and Dionne Wong.
About Health Foundation of South Florida: The mission of Health Foundation of South Florida is to invest in and be a catalyst for collaborations, policy and systems change that improves the health of South Florida communities, with a focus on vulnerable, low to moderate- income populations. Established in 1993, the Foundation has awarded nearly $125 million to nonprofits providing programs and services in Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties. For more information, visit www.hfsf.org or call 305.374.7200.