PACT Prevention Coalition of St Johns County Coordinator, LeAnn Daddario, announced the election of five new members of the local non-profit organization’s board of directors to Historic City News in St Augustine.
Daddario told reporters that the Coalition is dedicated to making St Johns County a healthy, substance-free community for our youth; through prevention, advocacy, choices and teamwork.
The new members include:
Andrea Adzema, Kent Justice, Valerie Frank, Tim Forson, and Shirley Menefee.
“The depth and breadth of our newest board members will help PACT reach its full potential,” Daddario says. “Each one brings their own unique skill set combined with a passion for our youth. They are collectively committed to the prevention of underage drinking and drug abuse in St Johns County.”
Adzema has been a pharmacist for CVS for 17 years, and is the mother of three children.
Justice is a weekend anchor and evening reporter for Channel 4 News in Jacksonville. He has reported for and anchored television news casts since 1996.
Frank is the St. Johns County Young Life Area Director. She is also active in the Monique Burr Foundation Young Professionals Group.
Forson is the Deputy Superintendent for Operations for the St. Johns County school district. He was born and raised in St. Augustine and loves this community.
Menefee is a pharmacist at Flagler Hospital and is a graduate of Florida A and M University.
Daddario told Historic City News that each new member represents a unique sector of the community. She expects that each will strengthen PACT Prevention Coalition of St Johns County by delivering resources that will reduce and prevent underage substance abuse.