FORT MYERS, Fla. – Tina Munroe and Carolyn Romano have joined the Fort Myers Police Foundation Board of Directors as a trustees.
Munroe has 20 years experience in management of private country clubs in Ohio, Arizona and Indiana. She also served as regional food and beverage director for a national hotel chain, organized fundraising events for the Northwest Ohio Kidney Foundation and volunteered as a women’s counselor.
Romano is the wife of the late Larry J. Romano, original founder of the Fort Myers Police Foundation. The nonprofit’s annual golf tournament held each fall is named for her husband.
The Fort Myers Police Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose goal is to help build a stronger bond between the community and its local police department. All funds raised by the Police Foundation go toward purchasing life-saving equipment for the Fort Myers Police Department and the community it serves. Since its formation in 2014, the Police Foundation has raised more than $150,000 that has gone toward purchasing medical kits for patrol cars, ballistic shields, electronic ear protection for shooting ranges, a Meggitt FATS®L7 compact training simulator, a K-9 and more.
For more information,visit www.fortmyerspolicefoundation.org.