Hallie Lundon has worked closely with Collier Resource Center to enhance its marketing, communication, and fundraising efforts and encourage individuals to seek CRC’s help. She has served as the Director of Development for the Cleveland Foodbank and spent many years engaged in non-profit fundraising in Naples at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, then as a consultant, and now as a community volunteer. She will use her expertise and experience with nonprofits to help the board achieve its initiatives.
Nancy Moore has been a volunteer with Collier Resource Center since 2016 and serves on the Community Outreach Committee. In her role, she interfaces with Collier County nonprofits to keep them updated and informed about CRC. She has a passion for volunteering with experience working with a multitude of organizations like Guardian Ad Litem (court appointed advocates for abused children), The Foster and Adoption Coalition, The Shelter for Abused Women and Children, Fresh Start, The Women’s Exchange and the Jr. League of St. Louis.
Stephanie Spell will use her experience leading several law enforcement bureaus to guide the board on public information, media relations, community engagement, planning, and other activities. She has served as president of the board of directors of Youth Haven and currently serves as vice president of the Naples Backcountry Fly Fishers Club.
Nina Gray, Founding Board member of Collier Resource Center said, “CRC is so grateful to have these women serve on the board and offer their expertise and experience to guide CRC’s future and help more people connect with the resources they need.”
The Collier Resource Center assists everyone, regardless of their spoken language or immigration status. For help, call 239-434-2030. The Collier Resource Center is currently not accepting in person visits but continues to work remotely Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 4:30 PM. Bilingual assistance is just a phone call away.