Herald-Tribune Publishes Lighthouse Press Release Announcing 3 New Board Members
Lighthouse Vision names 3 new board members
Published July 30, 2021
The Lighthouse Vision Loss Education Center, a nonprofit organization that assists those affected by vision loss in Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte, DeSoto and Highlands counties, has named Alex Elman Foley, Christopher Enger, and Gina Bodden to its board of directors.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome Alex, Chris and Gina to the Lighthouse Board of Directors,” board chair Angela Abrams said. “Each one of them will provide the Lighthouse with a unique background and perspective and we look forward to their expertise and guidance.”
Elman Foley, who has been a client in Lighthouse’s Vocational Rehabilitation Program taking Assistive Technology classes, is managing director of Wholey Foley, a management consulting firm.
Enger is a financial adviser with Baird Private Wealth Management and has been in the financial services industry for seven years.
Bodden, the mother of 18-year old daughter who is visually impaired, is active in Lighthouse’s Young Adults Program.
Lighthouse’s education and training programs are offered at no cost to individuals affected with vision loss. For more information, visit LighthouseEducationCenter.org.