Denise has been a resident and business owner at Bramlitt's, Inc. here in Putnam County for over 45 years. Denise has always invested in the community through her different volunteer positions over the years. When she realized that so many school-age children (800+) did not eat on weekends due to food insecurity in their homes, she formed a non-profit 501c, Feed the Need of Putnam County. Her purpose in doing this was to build a road to fix that broken path and build hope in young underprivileged children within Putnam County.
Rebecca “Becci” Motes has been in the field of education for the past 27 years as an elementary education teacher, guidance counselor, Jobs for Florida Graduates Specialist, Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist and District Graduation Coach. She has a passion for working with young people to realize their fullest potential. Her area of expertise is in the field of “College & Career Readiness.” In her current position, she not only works with students in middle & high school, but mentors PCSD graduates as they transition into their chosen post-secondary pursuits. Becci resides in Putnam County.
Jackie moved to Putnam County in 2019 and is a blessing to our community. She is semi-retired with 24 years in the agricultural industry in Florida. She founded, owned, and operated a multi-million-dollar corporation of retail plant nurseries, garden centers, home décor and crafts in the state of Florida which sold in 2008. Additionally, she has owned and operated a construction site work business for the last 15 years.
Julia Warwick is CFO and co-owner of Industrial Reliability & Alignments, where she enjoys working with her husband to serve the maintenance needs of product facilities and provide marine services throughout the United States and abroad. Julia is active in the community, volunteering and serving as board member for Feed the Need and Putnam Academy of Arts and Sciences. She brings with her extensive experience as an entrepreneur as well as leadership experience from her role in IT management for over 20 years at Koch Industries. Julia is a Putnam County resident.
Renee Hough lives in Putnam County and works for the PCSD as the Director of Career and Technical Education. She has lived in Putnam County for over 45 years. One of the main reasons she chose to be on the FTNPC board is because of the children in our community that go hungry. While in the schools and as she works with the teachers, she sees a need for a program such as this to help our students with one less thing to worry about.
Brittany has been the Chief Financial Officer at The Arc of Putnam for five years. She graduated with an MBA in 2018, and brings an extensive knowledge of finance, grant management, and business administration. Brittany is Co-Owner of Scooter’s Guide Service with her husband, James Goodson. They have two children that attend Putnam County Schools, which has allowed her to recognize the true need for this program in our community
Phil Leary, AICP, is a lifelong resident of Putnam County, a graduate of Palatka South High, St. Johns River Community College, and the University of Florida. Phil was elected in November 2022 to the Putnam County School Board, District 5 Seat. Phil is a nationally certified land use planner and governmental affairs consultant who represents private and public sector clients on land use, public policy, agriculture, and environmental regulatory programs at the local, state, and federal government levels. Phil is also a state licensed Real Estate Agent representing clients with Agricultural and Forestry lands.
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