Boca West Children’s Foundation has appointed long-time Boca Raton resident and community leader Pamela Weinroth as executive director.
She took over the role on Oct. 7. She will oversee the collaboration with the 25 local non-profits it currently supports, fundraising and community interface.
The Boca West Foundation has raised $9 million for 30 local children’s charities since it was founded in 2010.
“We are thrilled to welcome Pam as our executive director. Her deep involvement in the community, her dedication to local nonprofits and her corporate experience will bring our organization to the next level,” said Arthur Adler, Chairman of Boca West Children’s Foundation. “This is the perfect person at the perfect time to help us continue our mission to aid children at risk in our area.”
Weinroth has chaired non-profit events and assisted with fundraising for a number of organizations in the area including Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County, Levis Jewish Community Center, Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, Israel Bonds, Best Foot Forward, KidSafe Foundation, National Jewish Health, ChildNet, Habitat for Humanity, Homeless Coalition of Palm Beach County, Hospice, Impact 100, Soroptimist International, and the American Cancer Society.
Most recently, Weinroth co-founded and served for 17 years as the Chief Operating Officer for Freedom Medical Services in Boca Raton where she grew the company to serve more than 10,000 patients.
“I am honored to join the Boca West Children’s Foundation, an organization I’ve followed and supported since the beginning. The Foundation has directly impacted thousands of children and families in our community and I’m looking forward to guiding the organization as it continues to grow,” said Weinroth.
A native of Winnipeg, Canada, Weinroth is a graduate of the University of Manitoba. She is married to Palm Beach County Commissioner and former Boca Raton City Councilman Robert Weinroth and their blended family includes Chuck, Michael, David and David, as well as their Bishon Poos, Sierra and Siggy.