Quantum House has announced the appointment of Diana Goetz, Stephanie Rapp and Jim Walton to its board of directors. “Diana, Stephanie and Jim are proven leaders in their respective industries and will bring their unique and valuable insights to our board,” Quantum House Chair Julie Criser said.
Diana Goetz is the senior director of accounting and financial risk of TBC Corporation. She has volunteered for Quantum House for several years.
Stephanie Rapp is an attorney for Jones, Foster, Johnston & Stubbs, PA and comes to Quantum House through a partnership with the Junior League of the Palm Beaches.
Jim Walton is president of Southwest Greens. Walton also volunteers his time at Quantum House, most notably for providing his services to keep the Quantum House putting green.
“The staff and current board of Quantum House are honored to welcome Diana, Stephanie and Jim,” said Robi Jurney, executive director of Quantum House. “Quantum House is working hard to extend its reach in the community. By engaging new leaders, we can continue to ensure Quantum House will be a place ‘where hope has a home’ for families whose children are receiving medical treatment.”
Additionally, Michael Mitrione was elected to the Executive Committee of Quantum House. Mitrione will now also serve as secretary and continues to serve on the Quantum House board, as he has since 2011.
Quantum House is a caring and supportive home that lessens the burden for families whose children are receiving treatment in Palm Beach County for a serious medical condition.
The 10-suite hospital hospitality house provides lodging, meals, care and compassion to more than 500 family members each year. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Quantum House is the only facility of its kind between Fort Lauderdale and Orlando.
For more information about Quantum House, visit its web site at www.quantumhouse.org.
Above: Diana Goetz, Jim Walton, Stephanie Rapp and Michael Mitrione