Dress for Success Palm Beaches, the nonprofit with a mission to empower women to achieve economic independence, has added three new leaders to fill vacancies on its 15-member board of directors, including its first-ever male board member. José Rojas-Fernández, Leslie Godoff and Pamela Rada join the organization, which will be marking the 10th anniversary of its opening in Palm Beach County next April.
With a 15-year career in long-term healthcare administration, Rojas-Fernández currently heads La Posada, an assisted living community for seniors in Palm Beach Gardens, and is owner of Starlight Consulting Services, providing education, training and survey preparedness services to continuing care retirement communities.
Godoff has 30 years of experience in the nonprofit and business sectors and began her association with Dress for Success as a volunteer mentor in the job readiness programs. A native of Wellesley, Mass., she held positions as annual fund director and major gifts officer at several New England educational and cultural institutions.
Marketing director at Palm Beach Outlets, Rada’s career spans more than a decade in retail management, marketing and sales. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Florida Atlantic University and is the chair of YES (Young Executives for Success), a networking spinoff of Dress for Success comprising volunteers under age 40. She is also vice president of the Palm Beach County Attractions Association. She lives in Royal Palm Beach with her husband and three-year-old daughter.
For more information, visit https://palmbeaches.dressforsuccess.org.