Clinics Can Help recently named Royal Palm Beach resident Karen Holloway of Northwestern Mutual as the newest member of its board of directors. CEO Owen O’Neill is confident Holloway’s presence will contribute to CCH’s mission as the leading provider of medical equipment and supplies for children and adults in Florida. “Karen is a great addition to our board and has already been helping us out on our Finance and Audit Committee,” O’Neill said. “Her skillset brings a unique perspective to our board. This expertise will be key as we grow to reach and assist even more children and adults achieve mobility and independence.”
Holloway, a financial advisor with Northwestern Mutual, has worked with clients to achieve financial stability for more than 20 years. She immigrated to South Florida from Montego Bay, Jamaica, in 1996 at the age of 14 and later attended Florida Atlantic University.
“My goal is to help improve the quality of life for our Palm Beach County neighbors in need of medical equipment while increasing awareness and supporting the board fully,” said Holloway, adding that board member Pamela Swensen first introduced her to the organization.
Holloway has been married for 21 years and loves exploring her community with her husband, family and friends. In addition, she is actively involved with the Florida Bar, Place of Hope, Junior League, the Urban League, 211, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Hearts for Moms, Leadership Palm Beach County and the Forum Club.
For more than a decade, Clinics Can Help has engaged a model of organized recycling to create greater access to medical equipment for a faster recovery, protection from injury, and the mobility, independence and dignity for a quality level of life. CCH has served more than 18,000 children and adults. For more info., visit www.clinicscanhelp.org or call (561) 640-2995.