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September 25, 2020

9/11/2020 2:13:00 PM
The Hermitage Welcomes 5 New Members

The Hermitage Artist Retreat recently welcomed five new members to its board of trustees: Maryann Casey, Christine Boone, Tina Shao Napoli, Michael R. Pender, Jr., and Mary Lou Winnick. “Each brings a diversity of experiences and viewpoints to the Hermitage,” says Leslie Edwards, president of the Hermitage board. “We’re excited to welcome these forward-thinking individuals to our team. We are confident they will make an important and positive impact to our ongoing mission to support artists and the creative process, and to preserve this extraordinary and inspiring place.” Christine Boone joins the Hermitage’s board of trustees following a long affiliation with the organization. She has lived on Manasota Key for the past 23 years, spending her time remodeling, gardening, and learning about native Florida agriculture. Maryann Casey is a real estate broker with Michael Saunders & Company. She has made Manasota Key her home for more than two decades. “I’m thrilled to be of service to a wonderful organization that gives back to the community in so many ways,” says Casey. Tina Shao Napoli immigrated from China in 1993 where she served as a professional singer and broadcaster for Chinese People’s Liberation Army for eight years. After coming to this country, Shao Napoli performed at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, and many other celebrated venues. After moving to Sarasota in 2015, Shao Napoli quickly became involved in a host of local organizations and cultural exchange events with Chinese artists. She is a member of The Ringling’s board of directors. Michael R. Pender, Jr. has been with Cavanaugh & Co, LLP for more than 40 years, and a partner since 1979. His clients include a wide range of entertainment professionals, executives, corporate business founders, and a member of the PGA. Pender has also been an organizing director of three community banks and has a 40-year history of significant volunteer work on the boards of local, state, and national nonprofit organizations. Mary Lou Winnick is a graduate of Wellesley College, where the college motto is “non ministrari sed ministrarum,” loosely translated as: “Do not expect to be taken care of but give to others.” Winnick has diligently taken that advice throughout her distinguished career. At the Asolo Rep, she has served as co-chair of the endowment campaign, president of the board, and now as a trustee of the endowment. Winnick has also served as president of the Harvard Club of Sarasota and was elected to the Sarasota County Community Foundation’s board. The Hermitage Artist Retreat’s complete board of trustees includes Leslie Edwards, president; David B. Green, vice-president; Steve Adler, treasurer; Robyn Citrin, secretary; and Ellen Berman, Christine Boone, Susan Brainerd, Maryann Casey, Carole Crosby, Marletta Darnall, Peggy Hunt, Laura Kaminsky, Andy Maass, Tina Shao Napoli, Michael R. Pender, Jr., Charlotte Perret, Nelda Thompson, and Mary Lou Winnick, with Artistic Director and CEO Andy Sandberg serving ex-officio. To see full trustee bios, please visit HermitageArtistRetreat.org/Trustees. 

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