Holocaust Center Staff
The Holocaust Center employs dedicated team members who are passionate about promoting a community free of hatred and injustice. Each team member has their own area of expertise and would be happy to speak with you.
Prior to her jump into the non-profit world, Lisa was Founder and President of All Points Connect from October 2000 – December 2015. All Points Connect was a non-traditional nationwide marketing company. Lisa worked with Fortune 500 companies including Sherwin Williams, General Mills, several sports teams in the NBA, NFL, and MLB as well as NASCAR and many others. In this role she provided services that put the corporate brand into people’s hands.
Lisa’s favorite thing is spending time with her family. She is a devout advocate for anyone who dealing with bullying, suicidal issues and Tourette Syndrome. She lives in Orlando with her husband of 33 years.
Sr. Development Director
She was previously with AdventHealth Foundation for 13 years as Senior Development Officer with primary fundraising responsibility for Celebration Health, AdventHealth Winter Park, the Transplant Institute, Neuroscience Institute and employee giving program. Kathy was part of the Health Systems Philanthropy Leadership Group’s Fellowship program through the Association of Healthcare Philanthropy which concluded in a presentation at the AHP International Conference in 2016.
Her focus is on building key relationships and securing major gifts to achieve annual philanthropic goals. Kathy currently serves at Grace Church and volunteers at Maitland Little League. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from Ball State University and two master’s degrees from the University of St. Francis in Health Administration and Business Administration. She also has two children, Kamryn (10) and Mason (7).
A passionate student of the past, Christina holds a Bachelors’ degree in History from the University of Central Florida. She interned at the Winter Garden Heritage Foundation and has volunteered at both the Orange County Regional History Center and the Holocaust Center. She also brings an extensive background in customer service and retail management.
The World War II era is Christina’s primary focus and she is convinced that the memories of the Holocaust must be kept alive so that history is never repeated.
In her free time, Christina enjoys reading, exploring new places, and spending time with her husband, family, friends, and her 2 dogs.