Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida recognizes 2015-2016 volunteers and teachers

Published: June 1, 2016

Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida recognized its 2015-2016 volunteers and teachers during a Volunteer and Teacher Appreciation Event held on Thursday, May 19 at the Six Bends Harley-Davidson. The following individuals and businesses were recognized for their specific involvement: Rookie of the Year – Lee County: Nancy Korista; Rookie of the Year – Collier County: Preeth Chandran; Volunteer of the Year – Lee County: Joanne Show; Volunteer of the Year – Collier County: Kathleen Holloway; Teacher of the Year – Lee County: Amy Rothenberg; Teacher of the Year – Collier County: Stephanie Irish; Outstanding Business Partners of the Year – Lee County: Gold, Valley National Bank; Silver, Regions – Lee County; Bronze, SunTrust; and Champion of the year, Fort Myers Miracle; Outstanding Business Partners of the Year – Collier County: Gold, Regions – Collier County; Silver, BB&T; and Bronze, IBERIABANK; Gratitude Award: Jaime Trotter; Lifetime Achievement Award: Christina Harris Schwinn; and Heart of JA Award: Jennifer Patterson.

“We are honored to bring our volunteers and teachers together and thank them for their commitment to our students and Southwest Florida community,” said Angela Fisher, president and CEO of Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida. “Volunteers and teachers partnering with Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida impact thousands of students each year by sharing real-life experiences with classes throughout Lee and Collier counties. We are grateful to receive the gift of their time and talent as they prepare our future business leaders for success.”

For more information about volunteering with Junior Achievement of Southwest Florida, please contact Lysa Kennedy at LKennedy@jaswfl.org or call 239-225-2590.


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