Sarah Alsofrom, the Hanley Center Foundation’s executive director of development and community relations, has been selected to participate as one of 55 new members in Leadership Florida’s XXXII Annual Class Program.
A respected non-partisan convener of committed individuals, Leadership Florida enhances the knowledge and leadership abilities of Florida’s leaders through educational programs by encouraging collaborative work for the betterment of the state.
Leadership Florida provides Floridians essential information and a meaningful forum for their opinions, and creates opportunities for shared experiences that are inviting, inspiring and of lasting value.
“As such a key component of Hanley Center Foundation’s leadership team, we know that Sarah’s selection is well deserved,” said Dr. Rachel Docekal, Hanley Center Foundation CEO. “We are so proud of her ongoing commitment to leadership, and the quality of life in Florida.”
The Hanley Center Foundation is devoted to helping the Hanley Center offer hope to those affected by alcoholism and drug addiction. The foundation’s philanthropy efforts support the center’s treatment, education and community programs, as well as funding of capital projects.
A West Palm Beach native, Alsofrom joined the Hanley Center Foundation in 2012 and is responsible for organizing and implementing all developmental fundraising initiatives, advancing community outreach and directing all day-to-day operations. Prior to Hanley, she was the public information officer at the State Attorney’s Office of Palm Beach County.
ABOVE: Sarah Alsofrom