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United Way welcomes Stein Fellowship class of 2019

December 13, 2018

The 2019 Stein Fellows reception held Nov. 8 at Epping Forest Yacht Club honored the outgoing Stein Fellowship class of 2018 and welcomed members of the class of 2019. The Stein Fellowship program allows members of United Way’s young professionals group, Atlantic Circle, the opportunity to build a professional and personal relationship with an established Tocqueville Society member, as well as mentor a middle-school student through Achievers for Life, a collaborative initiative with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida.

Guest speakers David and Linda Stein, founders of the Stein Fellowship program, highlighted the importance of mentorship. Class of 2018 Stein Fellows and their mentors received a plaque to commemorate their completion of the program. While incoming Stein Fellows met their mentors for the first time and networked with the program’s recent graduates.

 

 

 

Welcome Stein Fellowship Class of 2019:

 

Macy Degnan, RS&H

Kimberlee Gibbs, The Marketing Arm

Chadwick Harris, Realtor

Rachelle Jivoin, Baptist South

Patrick Macasbasco, BB&T

Priscilla McAllister, Jewish Community and Family

Leah Palestrant, City Year

Rachel Seaton, Publix

Christine Schaefer, Johnson and Johnson

Anthony Sutton, Pine Castle

Heather Walton, Mayo Clinic

Erica White, Black Diamond

Rob Works, Ferring Pharmaceuticals

 

To learn more about the Stein Fellowship program, visit unitedwaynefl.org/get-involved/stein-fellowship