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UWFK Staff

Leah Stockton
Incoming President / CEO

Stockton has lived in Key West for more than a decade. For the past seven years, she’s worked for the Florida Keys Healthy Start Coalition, serving as program coordinator and community liaison. While receiving a bachelor’s degree from Berry College in Georgia, Stockton worked for several community organizations, including serving as president of a Habitat for Humanity chapter. In Key West, before working at the Healthy Start Coalition, she worked in the hospitality industry.

Loretta Geotis
Special Projects Coordinator

Loretta Geotis, originally from Southern Illinois, has lived in the Florida Keys since 2002. She has served as Director of the Sexual Violence Prevention Program in the Monroe County Schools on behalf of the Upper Keys Guidance Clinic, Office Manager for the Free Press in Islamorada, Executive Director of the Marathon Community Theatre and Director of Operations for Florida Keys Land & Sea Trust/Crane Point Museum. Loretta’s background is in advertising and public relations.  She and her husband, C. J., volunteer for several non-profit organizations.  
 

Ann Sandlin
Upper Keys Director of Resource Development 

 

Ann Sandlin spent her childhood in the Upper Keys and Miami before moving to Atlanta, GA where she worked in management. She is currently involved with the Ocean Reef Foundation, the Key Largo and Islamorada Chambers of Commerce, the Upper Keys BPW membership committee, and the Upper Keys Resource Committee. Ann lives in Key Largo with her Doberman Pinscher, Olivia.

Rebecca Zehr
Director of Operations

Rebecca Zehr has joined United Way of the Florida Keys as the new Director of Operations.

Rebecca completed her Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership in 2012, completing the work begun during her 2 years as a traditional student earlier in life, at Goshen College in Indiana. She has filled administrative roles in a wide variety of settings including private higher education, manufacturing, small business and other local non-profits.

Zehr and her husband moved to Key West in 2013, after years of Midwest living.  She is excited about serving the Keys community's working families at UWFK.