The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Florida Atlantic University’s John D. MacArthur Campus in Jupiter is pleased to announce the appointments of Brenda Babitz, Mark Goldman, M.D., Anne Messer and Lawrence Ornstein to its advisory board.
“All four of our new board members embody the spirit of community and bring talent and expertise to our program,” said Eliah Watlington, executive director of OLLI Jupiter.
Babitz previously served as the president of the Monroe Community College Foundation and the chief advancement officer of Monroe Community College between 1990 and 2008. During her presidency, Babitz was responsible for implementing a multifaceted advancement program.
Goldman graduated from Harvard Medical School, and went on to be a cardiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital and operated a general clinical cardiology practice before retiring in 2014.
Messer is currently vice president and regional marketing manager of Wilmington Trust, a founding member of Girls II Women, Inc., a mentoring program for young at-risk girls aged 11 to 14 and a graduate of the University of Western, London, Canada and the University of Colorado’s School of Bank Marketing.
Ornstein retired as a senior vice president from Hess Corporation in 2014. As the chief financial officer for Hess through 2013, he oversaw all finance and accounting functions, as well as budgeting and strategic planning.