TAMPA, FL – The Community Foundation of Tampa Bay is pleased to announce its Council of Professional Advisors.

The Council of Professional Advisors is a select group of advisors who work closely with the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay. They provide leadership and guidance on the future of charitable giving resources in their respective fields. Council of Professional Advisors members serve as ambassadors on behalf of the Community Foundation to their clients, their peers within the professional advisor industry and the community at large.

“We are grateful to have such a prestigious group of professional advisors to guide us in our mission,” said Marlene Spalten, President and CEO.

Ronald Ciganek, Chairman – Valley National Bank

Leslie Barnett – Barnett Bolt Kirkwood Long Koche and Foster

Rebecca C. Bell – Delzer, Coulter & Bell, P.A.

Natalie Gebicke – Goldman, Sachs & Co. LLC

Stephanie C. Gibson – Bernstein

Beth A. Horner, JD – Bank of Tampa

Raymond E. Ifert – REI Wealth Management LLC

Danny Jackson – RSM US LLP

Robert Kapusta, Jr. – Fisher & Sauls, P. A.

William Lane, Jr. – Holland & Knight LLP

Paul Lentini – Raymond James Associates, Inc.

Tom Loncar – Reilly Fisher & Solomon, P.A.

Robert Mohr – Mohr & Associates

Laura Sherman – Baldwin Krystyn Sherman Partners

Lisa Simington – PNC Wealth Management

James Stanger – Simon & Associates Wealth Management of Raymond James

Edward Sutton – Sutton Wealth Advisors

Tate Taylor – Trenam Law

Jennifer Williams, CFP – The Williams-Knust Group, SunTrust Investment Services, Inc.

Gregory Yadley – Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP


About the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay

The Community Foundation of Tampa Bay connects donors, nonprofits, community and business leaders, and professional advisors to make the maximum positive impact in the Tampa Bay region. For 30 years, the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay has been dedicated to making giving easy and meaningful for donors as a way to strengthen nonprofit organizations and build a better, more vibrant community. Learn more at

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