Kim Schnell Mitchell, President - email@example.com
Len Schuman, Vice President - firstname.lastname@example.org
Litha Berger, Secretary - email@example.com
Victoria Riordan, Treasurer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Committee and Volunteer Chairpersons
Len Schuman - Board Member, Chairman, Membership Development Committee
Litha Berger - Board Member; Liasion, Collier County Republican Organizations
Victoria Riordan - Board Member; Chairman, Budget Committee
Maria Lamb - Volunteer, Public Relations
Tom Riordan - Board Member, Volunteer Legal Advisor
Robin Kelleher - Board Member, Constitution and Web Site Content Advisor
Nan Needleman - Membership Outreach
Chris Sullivan - Social Media Coordinator
Litha devoted her entire career to the care of the elderly by working with architects, developers and research groups to create the best environment and living experiences for people as they age. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Masters in Gerontology.
After semi retirement she has spent time serving the community - President of the Newcomer's Club, Founder of the RCSCC, Treasure of University Women's, currently on the board of the Marco Island Realtor Board, and committee member of the Affordable Housing Committee. Vice President of the Women's Republican Club of Naples, Federated.
Robin Kelleher, originally from northern Minnesota, lives in Burnsville, Minnesota and Marco Island, Florida.
Robin received her bachelor degree in music education from Bemidji State University in 1972. She taught instrumental and vocal music for six years in Langdon, North Dakota before relocating to Minneapolis. There she worked for years as an office administrator, realtor and real estate developer, until returning to school to study law.
In 1995, Robin graduated summa cum laude from William Mitchell College of law in St. Paul, Minnesota. She has practiced with Seaton, Peters and Revnew, a labor and employment law firm in Edina, since 1996, expect for a leave to serve as Deputy and Acting Commissioner of Minnesota’s Department of Labor and Industry in 2003.
Robin is now mostly retired, but is active in non-profit work and conservative causes. She has been on the board of Center of the American Experiment, a conservative think tank, for twelve years. She also served on the foundation board of Bemidji State University for several years and as president for two years. She is also a supporter of the Animal Humane Society in Minnesota, and the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
Like her career, her interests and passions are wide and varied. They include writing, reading, traveling, golfing, paddle boarding, kayaking, music (performing and listening), the arts, herb gardening, love for her country, politics, and sunsets on Marco Island - always with an eye out for that lucky green flash.
Robin's family includes one brother, a niece, three nephews and their children, two step daughters, and her precious dog, Lina.