Michaelin Reamy Watts, President
Michaelin has been a teacher throughout her adult life beginning with Red Cross and YMCA swimming, and later nutrition and 9th grade science in New York State (1957-1961). From 1979-1998 she practiced as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Georgia and served for many years as the Director of Extra-mural Training at The Atlanta Institute for Family Studies and Adjunct Associate Clinical Professor at Georgia State University. She holds a B.S. with Distinction from Cornell University (1960) and a Masters in Social Work (M.S.W.) from the University of Georgia 1979).
Marie Q. Marshall, Vice President
Marie is a retired teacher having been licensed to teach in New York, Massachusetts and Florida. She was Manager of the Franklin County Clinic and statewide Community Liaison for Nemours Primary Care Clinics; Executive Director of Bay, Franklin and Gulf Counties Healthy Start Coalition (for children 0-5); President. Marie directs the Historic Apalachicola Foundation and has experience with numerous Franklin County non-profit organizations. She has a B.A. in Speech-English, College of New Rochelle and an M.S. degree in Education, Fordham University.
David H. Watts, Secretary/Treasurer
Dave is a retired chief executive of a major publicly owned construction company. He has been in the construction business for 45 years following service in the U. S. Navy UDT/SEAL Teams. He is a graduate of Cornell University with a B.A. degree in economics. Dave has extensive non-profit experience with Boy Scouts of America, university advisory boards, community foundation, hospital board and the California Chamber of Commerce.
Caroline Kienzle, Director
Carrie is a retired librarian. She has served in Texas as Director of Learning Resources, Irving ISD, 2003-2006; Director Library & Media Services, Irving ISD, 1996-2003; Lead Librarian, Coppell High School, 1994-96, Coppell ISD; Library Media Specialist, Carroll Elem., Carroll ISD, 1992-94; Library Media Specialist, Carroll MS, Carroll ISD, 1991-92. Her education is: Masters of Library & Information Science, University of North Texas, 1993; Bachelor of Arts, Double Major, History and Education, University of Rhode Island, 1972.
Mason Bean, Director
Mason is an active Florida real estate broker with Century 21 Collins Realty on St. George Island. He is also a state licensed residential contractor and owned his own contracting firm for 15 years. Mason is an active community volunteer having served as Chair of the Franklin County, Planning and Zoning Board, Chair of the Franklin County contracting licensing board, President of the Florida Seafood Festival, President of the Apalachicola Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, President of the Realtor’s Association of Franklin and Gulf Counties, President of the St. George Island Civic Club, Chief of the SGI Volunteer Fire Dept./First Responders and is presently Chair of the Building Committee, Habitat for Humanity, Franklin County. He is a graduate of Florida State University with a BS Degree in Education.