Jobs Partnership of Florida, Inc.
5336 Millenia Boulevard
Suite 5000
Orlando FL 32839
Contact Information
Address 5336 Millenia Boulevard
Suite 5000
Orlando, FL 32839
Phone (407) 641-0755 107
Web and Social Media
Donate with a credit card http://www.jobspartnership.org/
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Mission
Mission

Mission Statement: To inspire and equip people for success at life and work.

When people lose hope, they lose the ability to move forward in life. In Central Florida, nearly half of all families are struggling to provide basic needs on a daily basis, and they are losing hope. The problem is not the shortage of jobs, but a growing skills gap between those seeking family-sustaining jobs and high-growth industry employers who can’t fill their jobs. Job seekers are not only lacking hard skills like technical expertise, they are also lacking soft skills like communication, critical thinking, and social skills to qualify. And the gap is growing at an alarming rate. The result is the erosion of hope as the cycle of poverty continues to the next generation.

We all need hope to live and thrive. Together with our Churches, Volunteers, Community Partners and Employers, The Jobs Partnership gives chronically underemployed men and women a reason to hope. Our innovative, no-cost training course called LifeWorks is a comprehensive solution to the challenges of poverty that tackles the messy and broken parts of people’s lives and restores their hope. Through this proven process, Students address their spiritual, emotional, and physical issues while they discover the truth about themselves. And they’re personally guided to resources and relationships that will help them pursue a career that uses their God-given gifts and skills. Through LifeWorks, we are transforming the lives of working poor families and future generations by giving them hope and providing a path to a better life.

Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Marc Stanakis
Board Chair Mr. Cleat Simmons
Board Chair Company Affiliation Enable Soft
History
IRS Ruling Year 1999
Financial Summary
Revenue vs Expense Bar Graph
 
 
Projected Revenue $1,374,200.00
Projected Expenses $1,374,200.00
Statements
Mission

Mission Statement: To inspire and equip people for success at life and work.

When people lose hope, they lose the ability to move forward in life. In Central Florida, nearly half of all families are struggling to provide basic needs on a daily basis, and they are losing hope. The problem is not the shortage of jobs, but a growing skills gap between those seeking family-sustaining jobs and high-growth industry employers who can’t fill their jobs. Job seekers are not only lacking hard skills like technical expertise, they are also lacking soft skills like communication, critical thinking, and social skills to qualify. And the gap is growing at an alarming rate. The result is the erosion of hope as the cycle of poverty continues to the next generation.

We all need hope to live and thrive. Together with our Churches, Volunteers, Community Partners and Employers, The Jobs Partnership gives chronically underemployed men and women a reason to hope. Our innovative, no-cost training course called LifeWorks is a comprehensive solution to the challenges of poverty that tackles the messy and broken parts of people’s lives and restores their hope. Through this proven process, Students address their spiritual, emotional, and physical issues while they discover the truth about themselves. And they’re personally guided to resources and relationships that will help them pursue a career that uses their God-given gifts and skills. Through LifeWorks, we are transforming the lives of working poor families and future generations by giving them hope and providing a path to a better life.

Impact

1). Orange County Public Schools: significantly expanded the reach of the organization by establishing a partnership with the Title I Services department to offer the LifeWorks training to parents of children enrolled in schools where 75% or more of the student population are living in poverty. Partnership includes workshops at Parent Academies, training Parent Engagement Liaisons on how to recruit parents for LifeWorks training, special presentations at targeted school events, and utilizing school facilities to offer the LifeWorks training in low-income neighborhoods in Orange County.

2). Career Pathways: moving individual LifeWorks graduates and cohorts of workers into career-path employment in targeted industry sectors with employers like Florida Hospital. This public-private partnership assembled by Jobs Partnership includes Orange County Head Start and Community Action, CareerSource, Orange Technical College & Valencia College, along with JP's Church Partners. Graduates of JP's LifeWorks program receive training vouchers from CareerSource to attend Orange Technical College or Valencia College, where they receive a credential and full-time employment with targeted industry employers.

3). CareerSource: formalized our collaborative process whereby all participants in the LifeWorks training gain access to a Career Services Advisor that provides job placement assistance and/or access to short-term vocational training that leads to a credential and full-time job placement. In addition, we are in the final stages of securing a full-time CareerSource staff member who will be embedded in the LifeWorks training for seamless job placement and tracking of outcomes.

4). In-Kind Services: reduced operating costs and doubled the number of people served by engaging community partners, donors, and volunteers to provide in-kind services, which represents almost 50% of the annual budget. Services include staffing, office space, and facilities use for LifeWorks training.
Independent Research has been conducted on this organization's theory of change or program effectiveness? No
Needs

The Jobs Partnership has developed a LifeWorks Expansion Plan to enable a structured expansion over the next two years to meet the increased demand for services. Technology will provide the necessary infrastructure and organizational tools; marketing initiatives will ensure we reach our targeted audiences and new leadership will ensure JP is accountable for its stated goals. The three most significant needs are:

1. LifeWorks Program Funding: $480,000 to fund 240 ($2000 each) low-income job seekers through the 12-week LifeWorks training process. All donations given to the LifeWorks Program Fund are used for program delivery. No dollars are used for general administration and fundraising.
2. LifeWorks Portal Funding: $53,256 to develop an internet-based project management software tool to support volunteer teams at each training site. The portal will be used to administer and oversee the LifeWorks Training with consistent quality and efficiency across the proposed eight training sites. JP will also produce curriculum based instructional videos to deliver the content and train volunteers.
3. Marketing Content & Communications Plan: $100,000 to develop new and improved marketing materials and strategies to expand network of partners.
Background The Jobs Partnership of Florida had its genesis in the WorkForce 2020 project at the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce. The project was funded through a grant from WorkForce Florida, Inc., the state’s chief workforce policy organization. The purpose of WorkForce 2020 was to help employers understand local employment conditions and to provide them with the information and tools necessary to effectively hire, train and retain their entry-level workforce.

One of the project deliverables was to design and implement a strategy to engage the faith community in the workforce development process, particularly as it related to welfare-to-work.
 
Subsequently, the grant provided funding to pilot four (4) classes of the Jobs Partnership model. The model proved effective in training, mentoring and placing disadvantaged workers into career path jobs with benefits, which resulted in breaking the cycle of poverty and dependency
for many of the graduates. Prior to the completion of the pilot classes, the pastors and business leaders who shepherded the pilot phase agreed to continue the work beyond the funding of Workforce 2020.

Community Transformation through the Power of Employment

In October 1999, the Jobs Partnership of Florida, Inc. was established as a Florida corporation and was designated a non-profit, 501(c)(3) on July 13, 2000. A board of directors comprised of the local church, business and community leaders oversees the ongoing development of the
organization. The President of the agency is Marc Stanakis, who served as the Vice President of Faith-Based Organizations on the WorkForce 2020 project and an Executive-on-Loan to the Jobs Partnership during the pilot phase of the project. The Executive Director was David Outing, who served as one of the founding board members and who pastors a local church in Orlando.

The Jobs Partnership of Florida offers the LifeWorks training at various locations twice a year in partnership with coalitions of churches who target specific communities/neighborhoods
with high unemployment. Teams of marketplace volunteers facilitate the 12-week training process with support from the staff of the Jobs Partnership of Florida. A growing network of employer partners actively recruits the graduates of the LifeWorks training process, thereby breaking the cycle of poverty and dependency by providing a meaningful job that allows our graduates to provide for themselves and their families.
CEO Statement

Many people in our community have been excluded from opportunities due to the challenges of living in poverty. They didn't have the benefit of healthy role models and a parent to show them how to pursue a career that would allow them to flourish. They lack the education, resources, and relationships that are essential for pursuing a meaningful career. I believe that we were all made to work and to use our gifts and talents to build up the human community. That's why I'm building a growing network of church, business and community partners, to connect those with much to give to those who have much to gain, regardless of their faith tradition. We leverage the individual talents and resources of our partners, volunteers, and students as part of our LifeWorks process. We provide a framework for churches to mobilize their congregations to serve the poor in our community by building relationships with them instead of offering transactional assistance -- we don't believe in "one and done". Healthy relationships give us the strength to encourage each other to pursue our purpose through work. Doing life together through our LifeWorks program goes beyond the superficial and meets people where they are, at a point in time where they need someone to trust, to have faith in and to be encouraged by. Transformation happens in the context of community. We then leverage the relationships with our business and community partners to provide access to the resources that allow our Students to move forward in life. I believe in teaching people "how to fish" so they can take advantage of the resources that are readily available in our community. This is the foundation of my leadership and what drives me to build the capacity of LifeWorks by Jobs Partnership: transforming the lives of the poor and future generations by giving them hope and providing a path to a better life.

NTEE Information
Primary Organization Type Employment
Primary Organization SubType Employment Preparation & Procurement
Secondary Organization Type Community Improvement, Capacity Building
Secondary Organiztion SubType Urban & Community Economic Development
Tertiary Organization Type Religion- Related
Areas Served
Geographic Areas Served
FL - Orange
FL - Winter Park
The Jobs Partnership of Florida has been serving various communities within Orange County, including Winter Park, since its inception in 1999. We currently operate 4 regional training sites that offer the LifeWorks training twice a year (Fall & Spring).  Over the next two years, an additional four training sites will be established in strategic locations that serve low-income families, doubling our the number of clients served from 240 to almost 500 people. In particular, our partnerships with Orange County Family Services and Orange County Public Schools and their Title I Services department has extended the reach of the organization into all of the low-income neighborhoods, enabling a broader reach to the target audience
Goals
HelpWhat is the organization aiming to accomplish? This is the organization's ultimate goal for intended impact.

LifeWorks by Jobs Partnership is centered on transforming the lives of the economically depressed by providing a comprehensive solution that blends life management, faith, and the pursuit of fulfilling employment. The Jobs Partnership's core values are based on the belief that all people were created and designed by God to work and flourish, living a fruitful and purpose-filled life.

Our overarching goal, objective and desired outcome is straightforward:

Goal: Close the skills gap and reduce dependency on social services.

Objective: Deliver life management training to change individual circumstances

Outcome: Opportunities identified and direct access to resource providers secured within 6 months of program completion.

Serving as solution provider for nearly 20 years, Jobs Partnership has rescued, repositioned, and repurposed thousands of lives in the Orange County service area. Our impacts over the years continue to be significant and are a direct result of the successful completion of the LifeWorks Training. As we seek to expand our LifeWorks program, we anticipate the following impacts:

1) Doubling the number of training sites in Orange County from four to eight.

2) 480 participants enrolled in LifeWorks with an 80% graduation rate, commencing with the 2019/2020 training cycle.

3) 100% of LifeWorks graduates leave the program with a written Career Plan and specific next steps for employment and/or vocational training.

4) 25% of LifeWorks graduates enrolled in short-term vocational training to earn a credential

5) 50% of LifeWorks graduates secure full-time employment within 6 months of graduation.

Strategies
HelpWhat are the organization's strategies for its stated long-term goals?

Over the last 19 years, the team at Jobs Partnership (JP) has discovered two critical factors in restoring hope and moving people out of poverty. First, negative attitudes and beliefs must be dismantled so they can effectively engage with an employer. Secondly, everyone they know is broke -- they don't have a helpful network of relationships to counsel them on career options and connect them with meaningful job opportunities in an era when "who you know" is the best way to find a job. At JP, our LifeWorks training takes a comprehensive approach in dealing with these two issues while offering the traditional services by building and modeling healthy relationships with our students instead of offering transactional services. Through JP's soft skills (Life) and career-planning skills (Work) curriculum facilitated by teams of volunteer coaches/instructors from our network of churches and employers, the lives of the economically depressed are changed, both personally and professionally. Armed with a renewed sense of hope and self-esteem and a customized career plan, our graduates are connected to our network of community partners to remove employment barriers and our employer partners who recruit them for career path opportunities that will lead to a family-sustaining wage. And through our Career Pathways process with CareerSource, Valencia College, and Orange Technical College, they can pursue short-term vocational training that results in a credential and job placement in targeted industry sectors that have strong job growth and earning potential, thereby closing the skills gap and breaking the cycle of poverty and dependency.

Capabilities
HelpWhat are the organization’s capabilities for doing this? What resources, capacities, and connections support its progress towards long-term goals?

Founded in 1999, The Jobs Partnership of Florida (JP) is a faith-based, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization committed to transforming the lives of the chronically underemployed by empowering, encouraging and elevating their workplace attitudes, as well as their ability to engage with and reward viable employers. JP had its genesis in the Workforce 2020 project at the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce. Funded by the State of Florida and launched in 1999, Workforce 2020 sought to bring together the business and faith communities as partners in the workforce development system in the wake of the Welfare Reform Act of 1996. This innovative workforce development initiative explored the challenges of recruiting and retention of entry-level workers and how to transition generational welfare recipients into the workforce. It was during Workforce 2020 that the JP model was first tested in Orlando. Success in the pilot program led to the formation of a non-profit organization that has been serving low wealth individuals for over 18 years. The LifeWorks training, which is offered at four training sites twice a year serving 240 people, combines the power of healthy personal relationships and a network of supporting agencies with structured instruction in soft skills and career planning. JP's church partners provide volunteers who serve as Coaches to assist the students in developing the critical skills and tools needed to ensure job success. LifeWorks participants meet once a week with their Coaches for three-hour sessions. Additionally, human resource professionals from local employers in Central Florida volunteer to serve as Instructors and Interview Coaches. To further ensure an individual's efforts to achieve long-term success, JP sponsors a Community Resource Fair where students have access to resources that can assist them in overcoming the barriers that are keeping them from pursuing their personal and professional goals. JP also coordinates a private Career Fair, where students are introduced to JP's growing network of employer partners who seek to recruit them for open positions at their companies. Education partners, such as Valencia College and Orange Technical College, also attend and provide access to additional short-term certificate training, paid for by the workforce agency, that leads to job placement in high job growth sectors in Central Florida.

Programs
Description The centerpiece of the Jobs Partnership of Florida is the 12-week LifeWorks training process, which includes a biblically-based employability enhancement curriculum to assist class participants in finding and keeping a career-path job. In addition, the process includes a strong mentoring and job counseling component, pairing students with volunteers from local churches and our employer partners.  The process includes a job placement component and access to a strong network of community partners that provide resources for the removal of employment barriers.
Population Served Unemployed, Underemployed, Dislocated
Poor,Economically Disadvantaged,Indigent
Adults
Short Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe near term achievement(s) or improvement(s) that will result from this program. This may represent immediate outcomes occurring as a result of the end of a session or service.
100% of graduates of the 12-week Life & Work program receive a comprehensive CareerDirect Assessment to assist them in identifying a career interest that is a fit for their skills/education.  In addition, each graduate leaves the program with a professional resume, interviewing skills, interview clothing, job search techniques, and access to our network of employer and community partners for finding jobs and removing barriers to employment.  100% of graduates are invited to a private Career Fair where they can meet in person, decision makers from our employer network.
Long Term SuccessHelpOrganizations describe the ultimate change(s) that will result from this program. This may be far into the future and represent an ideal state.




At The Jobs Partnership of Florida, we believe that all people were created and designed by God to work. A good job restores dignity and purpose. It diminishes poverty, crime and the countless other eroding effects of unemployment that hinder progress and imperil our families. It strengthens whole communities. A career-path opportunity provides family sustaining income and hope for the future.


 


In order to reduce the number of families in Central Florida who are living in a cycle of generational poverty our goal is to have a run rate of 1500 enrollees by June of 2024. Additionally, 80% of our graduates would take the appropriate next steps according to their personalized career plan.




Program Success Monitored ByHelpOrganizations describe the tools used to measure or track program impact.
Employer referrals from the private Career Fair are followed up by staff to determine job placement information.  In addition, graduates of the LifeWorks program self report their new employment information and/or enrollment in continuing education.  We also host an annual alumni event where success stories are shared and we gather information regarding progress/changes in their personal and professional lives.
Examples of SuccessHelpOrganization's site specific examples of changes in clients' behaviors or testimonies of client's changes to demonstrate program success.  

2015 Success Criteria

# of Graduates

80

% of students with a professional resume

55

% of students at Career Fair

80

# of students completed CSS

97

% of students with perfect attendance

34

# of hours each student spent with volunteer coaches

42

% of students at Community Resource Fair

92

# of women served by Dressed for Success

65

# of men served through Suited for Success

20

# of volunteers: Instructors, Admin, Leaders

175

Total Volunteer Hours:

580

In-Kind Volunteer Services:

$13,385

 

Comments
CEO Comments

The Jobs Partnership of Florida staff convenes and mobilizes volunteer teams, provides materials, training, and coaching coordinates collaboration with appropriate social service providers, and recruits area employers. For each LifeWorks program, the 7 full-time employees of JP:

·         assist in recruiting and enrollment of  240 students per year from community churches, neighborhoods, and organizations;

·         train and resource volunteer teams of 120 individuals from area congregations who lead the local program and serve the students as Coaches throughout the 12-weeks;

·         coordinate resources with community social service providers through mutual referral systems and initiatives designed to increase collaboration and communication, which produces motivated clients to utilize services as tools to help them reach self-sufficiency; and

·         engage the business community by recruiting human resource professionals and key business leaders in Central Florida who volunteer to serve as Resume and Interview Coaches and seek to recruit graduates of the program. These partners include a variety of businesses, both public and private, as well as trade associations such as the Central Florida Human Resource Association.

Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Cleat Simmons
Company Affiliation Enable Soft
Term Feb 2017 to Jan 2020
Board Co-Chair
Board Co-Chair
Board
Board Members
NameCompany AffiliationsStatusCertificate*
Mr. Jim Adkinson Iberia BankVoting
Mr. Bob Baker Self-employedVoting
Mr. Lonnie Bell Orange CountyVotingNo
Mr. Jeffrey Blydenburgh Lighthouse CreativeVoting
Mrs. Deborah Catalano Akerman, LLPVoting
Mr. Les Eiserman Principal, LarsonAllen, LLPVoting
Mr. Roi Ewell Ewell and AssociatesVotingNo
Mr. Jay Galbraith Valencia CollegeVotingNo
Ms. Dorathy Nevitt Orlando World Center MarriotVoting
Rev. Sylvester Robinson Pastor, Love Fellowship Christian ChurchVoting
Mr. Joseph Sefcik Employment Technologies CorpVoting
Mr. Ryan Simmons EA SportsVoting
Mr. Cleat Simmons EnableSoft, Inc.VotingNo
Mr. Cleatous Simmons Enable SoftVotingNo
Mr. Marc Stanakis President, The Jobs Partnership of FloridaVoting
*This individual has been awarded a Certificate in Orientation to Board Service by the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership at Rollins College ebi.rollins.edu,
Board Term Lengths 3
Board Term Limits 0
Board Ethnicity
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 12
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Other (if specified) 0
Policies
Written Board Selection Criteria No
Written Conflict of Interest Policy No
Percentage of Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage of In-Kind Contributions 55%
Constituency Includes Client Representation No
Standing Committees
Standing Committees
Committee Name
Executive
Development / Fund Development / Fund Raising / Grant Writing / Major Gifts
Program / Program Planning
Marketing
Comments
CEO Comments

The number one challenge faced by most, if not all, small volunteer organizations is recruiting and training board members, so they can be productive members of the board to help the organization advance its mission. In the case of Jobs Partnership where the mission is primarily advanced by 12-week training classes for the demographic we serve, finding candidates for the board who grasp the mission and understand the complexities of the service delivery process is even more challenging. We have adopted an aggressive recruitment process where we spend months vetting candidates, long before they are asked to serve. To the extent possible, we like to recruit from individuals who have volunteered to serve one or more of our classes in some role, so they come to the board understanding the why, and how, of what we do. In my own case, I became involved with Jobs Partnership 20 years ago as a volunteer at the church I was attending. Over the years I changed churches but did not lose my enthusiasm for and appreciation of the work of Jobs Partnership. At my new church, I took on increasingly more active roles and wound up leading the partnership between the church and Jobs Partnership. After something like 16 years of being involved with Jobs Partnership in various capacities, I was asked to serve on the board and recently took over the chair position. Without the level of understanding I gained through those years of involvement and without the inside knowledge of the commitment and professionalism brought by the board which I observed while leading the partnership between my church and Jobs Partnership, I would not have been as well equipped as I was to serve in my current role. Having been on lots of boards, I can confidently say Jobs Partnership is one of the best run organizations I’ve ever served with, and it starts at the board level.

CEO/Executive Director
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Marc Stanakis
Term Start Jan 1999
Email mstanakis@jobspartnershipfl.org
Experience As president of the organization, Marc Stanakis envisions the church universal reclaiming its Biblical mandate to serve the poor. He sees the framework of the Jobs Partnership of Florida as a way to reconnect the Church in the public square as a relevant solution to poverty and the cycle of dependency. Mr. Stanakis is responsible for business development, fundraising and the implementation of the 12-week training classes that prepare our neighbors for meaningful work opportunities. He left his 17-year career in the credit reporting industry to pursue a second-half career of personal significance. A graduate of the University of Central Florida's Business School in 1982, Marc Stanakis served in a number of different management roles at Credit Data Services, an affiliate of TRW Information Services (now known as Experian) from 1983 to 1995. He also spent four years with Equifax. After a completing a two-year organizational development project at Northland Community Church, Marc was recruited to serve as the Vice President of Faith-Based Organizations for the WorkForce 2020 project at the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce. Marc was responsible for engaging the faith community as a solution to the massive transition of our neighbors leaving the welfare system. It was during this 3-year, the State of Florida funded welfare-to-work project that Marc discovered the Jobs Partnership model in Raleigh, North Carolina and successfully implemented 4 pilot classes that are the centerpiece of this church-business collaboration.
CEO Salary Range $75,001 - $100,000
Staff
Number of Full Time Staff 7
Number of Part Time Staff 1
Number of Volunteers 1000
Number of Contract Staff 1
Staff Retention Rate 100%
Plans
Organization has Fundraising Plan? No
Organization has Strategic Plan? Yes
Years Strategic Plan Considers 3
Date Strategic Plan Adopted July 2015
Management Succession Plan No
Organization Policies And Procedures No
Other
State Registration Yes
State Charitable Solicitations Permit No
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Expiration Month
State Charitable Solicitations Permit Expiration Year
Fiscal Year
Fiscal Year Start July 01, 2018
Fiscal Year End June 30, 2019
Detailed Financials
Expense Allocations
Fiscal Year201820172016
Program Expense$479,763--$492,095
Administration Expense$50,937--$68,837
Fundraising Expense$52,402--$63,969
Payments to Affiliates$0--$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.13--1.32
Program Expense/Total Expenses82%--79%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue8%--8%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201820172016
Total Assets$583,327--$506,366
Current Assets$583,327--$506,366
Long-Term Liabilities$0--$0
Current Liabilities$1,000--$1,000
Total Net Assets$582,327--$505,366
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201820172016
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountInvidiuals $413,009--Individuals $704,102
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountFoundations $235,000--Government $70,500
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountGovernment $12,000--Foundation and Corporation $52,500
Solvency
Short Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201820172016
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities583.33--506.37
Long Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201820172016
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%--0%
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years? Yes
Comments
CEO Comments  The organization changed from a calendar year to a fiscal year starting July 1 - June 30.
Foundation Comments Financial figures taken from 990s. 
In-kind revenue includes donated services and facilities as reported on the 990.
2008-2007: Totals for foundations and corporations are included with individuals, as they were not separated in the 990. 
2015 Financials are short due to the fact that they changed calendar year fiscal year to July 1 - June 30.
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Nonprofit Jobs Partnership of Florida, Inc.
Address 5336 Millenia Boulevard
Suite 5000
Orlando, FL 32839
Primary Phone (407) 641-0755 107
CEO/Executive Director Mr. Marc Stanakis
Board Chair Mr. Cleat Simmons
Board Chair Company Affiliation Enable Soft
Year of Incorporation 1999