The Palm Beach State College Foundation board of directors has elected new officers who will serve a two-year term.
George Gentile, senior partner at Gentile, Glas, Holloway, O’Mahoney & Associates, Inc. was chosen as chair. Ricky Wade, franchisee of B’ing the Best, Inc./McDonald’s, is vice chair. William Greenman, Jr., senior portfolio manager and team leader at BNY Mellon, is treasurer and Trish Lowry secretary. Noel Guillama, CEO of Guillama, Inc., is the immediate past chair. The officers were elected May 19.
Foundation Executive Director Suellen Mann said “Gentile understands the value and contributions a college of this scope and purpose provides. His vision and service to the community are a wonderful and valuable asset in helping guide the Foundation.”
Gentile has practiced as a landscape architect and planner in Palm Beach County for more than 35 years. He has also contributed to the community by his participation in numerous organizations and charities. He was co-founder and the first president of the Juvenile Diabetes Association of Palm Beach County and chairman of the board of the Jupiter Tequesta Juno Beach Chamber of Commerce of which he was a board member for more than 17 years.
He is also currently a member of the Palm Beach County Planning Congress, the Marine Industries Association of Palm Beach County, the Economic Council of Palm Beach County, the PGA Corridor Association and the Economic Forum of Palm Beach County.