Pine Hills Community Council Board Members
Patricia Rumph Patricia Rumph, a native of Orlando, Florida has dedicated her life to helping others. She is eternally grateful of her upbringing by a remarkable Christian single mother (the late Lucy Rumph), who taught her strong work ethic and showed her that to make the space where we live a better place is through
Noel Martin Noel Martin’s first job was a computer technician in Kingston, Jamaica in 1973. His natural skills and ability to work with people enabled him to be a senior supervisor for all the company’s technicians in the entire island in a very short time. Noel migrated to the United States in 1983 and landed
Joey Boston Pastor Joey is a native of Chicago Illinois. He attended Bible college at Evangel University in Springfield, Mo. After attending Evangel he served at Southside Tabernacle Worship Center in Chicago for 13 years as youth Pastor, Minister of music, and Evangelism coordinator. God called Pastor Joey to the Orlando area in 2014 and
Bertina Busch Bertina Busch is Editor and Publisher of the Pine Hills Press, now in its 24th year. She sits on many local boards, including the Evans High School Community School Advisory Council, Pine Hills Seniors, Pine Hills Safe Neighborhood Partnership and the Pine Hills Community Council. Council President twice, Busch has served the Council in
Evangeline Richardson Evangeline Richardson is a native Floridian and has resided in Pine Hills, Florida for the past 32 years. Community For more than twenty-five years she continues to work in her community serving on a local community board (Pine Hills Community Council Board, Treasure ) and Vice Chairperson, Orange County Community Action Board. Education She received her
Sandra Fatmi Sandra Fatmi is known by the communities she serves, as a Community Activist, Advocate, Leader and Ambassador with a passion for young people. She is selfless about helping to bring solutions to all problems presented to her, and has made it her life’s mission to leave the world better than she saw it.
Kenneth Dwyer Name: Mr. Kenneth J. Dwyer Degree Received Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, NH Fitchburg State University • Address 160 Pearl St, Fitchburg, MA 01420 May 1986 Master of Education Branch :Air Force Date & type of discharge: Sept. 1970 Honorable Established my own adverting company Kenneth Dwyer, II
Myra Johnson Myra Johnson has been the Broker-Owner of M J Real Estate, Inc. since 1992 and has been a licensed real estate agent since 1985. Prior to becoming a real estate broker she worked for 25 years with the Federal Civil Service. She is a graduate of Florida Southern College. Myra has served on
Dr. Idler Bonhomme (Dr. B) is a native of Gonaives, Haiti, a proud son, brother, father to an eight-year-old boy, bonus father to a twelve-year-girl, fiancé, and a friend to many. He is also a founding member of the Haitian American Association of Brevard, President of the Greater Haitian American Chamber of Commerce (GHACC)-Orlando, and a member of other nonprofit organizations. He graduated with a Bachelor of Sciences from the University of Florida in 1999. Five years later, He received his Master of Physical Therapy from the Medical College of Georgia. Soon after, He was able to complete his Doctoral degree at NOVA Southeastern University. He is a licensed massage/physical therapist serving as the Owner/Clinical Director of Fyzical Therapy & Balance Center-Orlando, the fastest growing franchise in healthcare. For 20 years, he has dedicated countless hours to encouraging, motivating, and inspiring patients/clients suffering from chronic conditions, illnesses, and injuries. As a healthcare professional, he has been able to teach patients how to manage their pain through physical therapy treatment and rehabilitation; while instilling the knowledge on how to avoid specific injuries. He has gained a better understanding of building community relationships that could further impact the society around him. As the motto of Fyzical states, “Love your life,” he wholeheartedly believes by loving who you are and what you do, you can better influence those around you.
Dr. Latanya Nichols is an educational practitioner who believes in developing and cultivating collaborative working relationships with internal and external customers and stakeholders to maximize expected performance outcomes and results. She has over 17 years of experience working extensively in a large urban public school system with a diverse background ranging from classroom teacher to senior administrative level at the district office. A compilation of 29 years of corporate and educational leadership experiences have nutured a forward thinking service leader who believes in service oriented change and community growth. She has a strong passion for student and adult learner development and believes all learners can learn skills and strategies to improve or enhance growth overtime. Dr. Nichols has extensive experience and background in data analysis reporting, data management and visualization, grant writing, leadership development, assessment literacy, progress monitoring, performance-based compensation, and school improvement planning and organization. She is honored and humbled to serve and share her experiences and expertise with a growing and thriving community. • American Educational Research Association (AERA) • Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society In Education (KDP) • I Can’t Carry That in My Backpack!
John Williams, a resident of Pine Hills since 2016, is originally from Pensacola, Florida. A business owner of True Southern Cleaning, Mr. Williams still finds time to volunteer as a youth mentor with local organizations. In addition to Mr. Williams’ work and volunteer schedule, he is currently pursuing dual degrees in Theology and Nursing at Keiser University. Mr. Williams is passionate about equality, unity and second chances in life.