Lowndes CEO and President, Bill Dymond, assumed the position of Board Chair and Daryl Tol, president and CEO of AdventHealth, is confirmed as Chair Elect.
Orlando, Fla. – Orlando Economic Partnership announced its 2019-20 Board of Directors officers, launching the organization into its new fiscal year on October 1, 2019. Lowndes CEO and President, Bill Dymond, assumed the position of Board Chair. Daryl Tol, president and CEO of AdventHealth, is confirmed as Chair Elect and Tupperware Brand Corporation’s Yolanda Londoño, senior vice president of Global Social Responsibility (retired), is the board’s Past Chair. Sandy Hostetter, Central Florida market president of SunTrust Bank, took on the role of Vice Chair. Jim Fritz, Chief Financial Officer of the Orlando Magic, accepted the role of Vice Chair of Finance.
“As our new fiscal year sets in motion, we are truly honored to have volunteer leaders that are highly committed to the prosperous economic future of our region,” Partnership President and CEO Tim Giuliani said.
“The diverse knowledge and expertise that each of them brings to the table will allow for our strategic vision to be carried to new heights throughout the next year.”Tim Giuliani, President and CEO, Orlando Economic Partnership
As a community leader, Dymond was honored with the Partnership’s 2017 James B. Greene Award, which acknowledged his significant contributions to the region’s economic growth and quality of life. Dymond is an influential business leader through his service on various committees and boards and has been heavily engaged in the work of the Partnership, leading the Business Strategy Task Force as well as serving on the Governance and Bylaws Task Force.
Tol envisions the Orlando region innovating the future of wellness and is actively engaged with the Partnership on developing a connected healthcare and technology ecosystem ripe for the digitization of medicine.
With more than 35 years of local experience in the financial services industry, Hostetter is committed to addressing social mobility throughout the region through affordable housing. She is a founding member of LIFT Orlando, where she serves as Housing Committee Chair.
Londoño continues her longstanding involvement with the Partnership by bringing her global experience in economic and social empowerment to the local level. She’s served on numerous committees to help the Partnership secure strategic partners and investment and was instrumental in the formation of the organization and its vision of broad-based prosperity.
Fritz, a Central Florida native, has a strong passion for the well-being of the region. Having served the Orlando Magic as CFO for 13 years, he has had the opportunity to serve on the boards of various organizations such as the Orlando Magic Youth Foundation and the Hearts of Gold Gala Committee at the Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida.