GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Greg Voss left his role as the Vice President of the St. Johns Chamber of Commerce to become the new CEO of Seamark Ranch.
Voss’ extensive background in the non-profit industry stretches across 15 years. In his role, he oversaw business operations, membership growth and development, human resources, marketing and communications, finance and governance. During his time there, the organization eclipsed its record high in membership revenues four times over and increased both income and attendance across multiple programs and events.
Greg’s other works included working for the Clay County Chamber of Commerce, the John Addison Concert Hall in Fort Washington Maryland, as well as the Washington Capitals of the National Hockey League and the Washington Redskins of the National Football League.
Greg, a native of Plainfield, New Jersey, is married to Maria and they have one son named Gabriel. They are currently members of the Fruit Cove Baptist Church in Fruit Cove, Florida.
Seamark Ranch looks forward to all the great plans that Greg Voss will bring to the organization.
“It is with great pleasure that we introduce to you our new CEO, Greg Voss. Greg came to us highly recommended by one of our board members and is an accomplished leader from both the Clay County and St. John’s County Chambers of Commerce. Greg brings the leadership and skills that are necessary in this position as well as his Christian faith. Greg is surrounded by a great family that includes his wife, Maria and his son Gabriel. Fred will be working closely with Greg for the next several months to make for a smooth transition for our Board, staff, children and donors”, stated Seamark Ranch’s Board Chair, Will Montoya.
Located in Northeast Florida, nonprofit Seamark Ranch seeks to provide a traditional home environment where each child can experience the security of boundaries and the acceptance of unconditional love.
The Ranch has housed and served 100-plus children from families in crisis.
The Seamark approach is therapy-based and individualized. Seamark Ranch’s vision is to break the generational cycle of failure that affects the families they serve. The Ranch aims to nurture purposeful living in children who have experienced the impact of broken families. Through a family-home model, the specialized-residential school, and the working-farm community, the mission of the Ranch is to provide an ideal setting for stabilization, love, healing, education, and empowerment. Some children are reunified, some are adopted and some grow into independent living from the ranch.
Seamark Ranch relies almost exclusively on private contributions from individuals, businesses, civic organizations, foundations, and churches for its support. Seamark Ranch maintains a debt-free policy and is expanding the ranch as capital is raised.
For more information about Seamark Ranch, visit www.seamarkranch.com.