The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center has announced the appointment of five new members to its board of directors - Susan Faw, Don Gross, Molly Maggiano, Carol Osterhout and Pamela Templeton. It brings board membership to a team of 19.
Susan Faw is vice president-legal and chief compliance officer for Chico's FAS Inc. Chico's FAS, through its brands, Chico's, White House | Black Market and Soma Intimates, is a women's specialty retailer of private branded clothing and accessories, operating over 1,500 stores in the United States and Canada. In her role as CCO, she is responsible for the company's compliance initiatives, including ethics, anti-corruption, privacy and data security.
Don Gross is the media director at Spiro & Associates Marketing, Advertising, Public Relations & Brand Architecture with offices in downtown Fort Myers.
Mr. Gross is responsible for overseeing media planning and placement for a variety of clients.
Molly Maggiano is an attorney with the law firm of Henderson, Franklin, Starnes & Holt, P.A. in Fort Myers, where she concentrates her practice in real estate matters, more specifically in the areas of community association representation, residential and commercial transactions, and real estate development.
Carol Osterhout is vice president-banking for FineMark National Bank & Trust, joining the company in September 2011. Prior to FineMark, she spent 30 years in the banking industry in Fort Myers as a manager, private banker, financial planner and private financial adviser.
Ms. Osterhout is very involved in the local community, serving on the board of trustees as treasurer of the Alvin A. Dubin Alzheimer's Resource Center, Recognition Chair for the Dr. Pascotto Golden Heart Award and Nurses Award for the Southwest Florida Heart Association 2016 Heart Ball, and a member of the Planned Giving Advisory Committee for Florida Gulf Coast University Foundation.
Pamela Templeton is a native of Northern Virginia and arrived in Fort Myers at the end of 1991. Since that time, she's been one of Southwest Florida's most varied and active community supporters. She was an Angel of the Arts recipient, and as former partner in Fort Myers Toyota (the Family Store was sold in 2011), she volunteered her time and financial resources to champion a variety of organizations, including a foundational role in the restoration efforts of the building now known as the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center. Ms. Templeton has been a steadfast supporter of the Southwest Florida Symphony and many other community organizations. ¦
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