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Sanbel-Captiva Queens Club from left, Emily Ancurson, club president Joel Goodman and Rachel Pierce.

Kiwanis introduces new members

The Sanbel-Kapiva Quanis Club recently received two new members.

The new employees are Emily Ancerson and Rachel Pierce.

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San Cape Community Bank has hired Amalfin.

Photo by Malory Amafi

Malory Amalfi has joined the Sanbil Capitolwa Community Bank with the help of the Bridge Branch at Fort Myers.

She is responsible for assisting clients in private and commercial banking transactions.

Amalfi has four years of banking experience, primarily in a large national financial institution. She has experience in customer service and training in the food service industry.

IORIO joins board of loyalty company

Sanbil Kapiva Trust Company Pam Irio has announced that it has joined the Board of Directors.

Photo courtesy of Pam Aorio

She oversees the direction of the company, fulfilling the mission, vision and values ​​agreed upon in the strategic plan, ensuring risk and serving stakeholders.

Recently, Iorio retired from the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America in 2021 to lead the organization and implement a strategic plan focusing on infrastructure and service delivery to its agencies.

The mayor of Tampa has seen a renaissance in the city from 2003-2011, many successes during his tenure, as well as the construction of the Curtis Hickson Waterfront Park. At the age of 26, Iorio was the youngest person to win a seat on the Hillsborough County County Commissioners Board. A.D. In 1992, she was elected the first county election observer for three terms, and in 1999 she became president of the Constituent Assembly.

Aorio has served as a residency at the University of Tampa at John H. Six Business College and as the interim CEO of the Hillsborough County Children’s Board.

She won the 2020 Tampa Bay Business Hall of Fame Promotions, awards and accolades, including the Florida Leading Alumni Award, the University of Tampa Behavior Center – the Tampa Bay Ethics Award, and the Women and Leadership Community Leadership Award. Aiorio appeared in People magazine 25 women who will change the world in 2018.

Photo by Lauren Pamela

She has served on the Board of Directors of Tampa Electric Company, the Board of the Big Brothers Sisters of America Charity, and Bob Graham Center Public Service Advisors.

He holds a bachelor of science degree in political science from the University of Washington, D.C., and a master’s degree in history from the University of South Florida.

Pamela joins RS Walsh landscape

RS Walsh Landscaping Lauren Pamela has announced that he has recently joined the business as a leading landscape designer. Has over 25 years of combined experience in landscape design and landscape architecture.

Born in France and raised in the United States, Pamela completed her study of ornamental fruits and vegetables in France. He began his career in the United States in 1982. He graduated with a degree in space design, urban planning, architecture, and tropical ornamentation from Christopher Newport University, University of Florida, and Florida Atlantic University. He then moved to the Cayman Islands and Bermuda, working with architects, botanists, and artists.

Most recently, Pamela worked as a top-notch, residential landscape designer in Naples. Contributed to design for award-winning projects. Pamela is accredited by the American Institute of Architects, Florida Award for Excellence for Private Garden / Pool Project Project, Collier Building Industry Association for Best Landscape Design / Private Home Outdoor Comfort, American Landscape Architects Florida Award for Excellence, and Florida Exhibition The Children, Growers and Landscape Association is the ultimate prize for family reunification.

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