Barnabas President and CEO honored as 2019 Florida Times Union Eve Award Finalist

Barnabas Nassau
Press Release
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June 11, 2019 9:30 a.m.

President and CEO of Barnabas Center Wanda Lanier, named finalist for Florida Times Union Eve Award.

Wanda Lanier, President and CEO of Barnabas Center, is one of 12 finalists to receive the Florida Times-Union EVE Award for her work in advancing the Barnabas mission for the benefit of the Nassau County community.

The Times-Union created the awards to honor the achievements of local women. The award will be presented to three woman who show exceptional leadership, mentorship and is a role model to others. The winners of the award will be announced at the 50th annual luncheon on June 21st.

The Times-Union highlighted Wanda Lanier’s achievements in 2018 as follows:
“Wanda Lanier led a successful $1.6 million endowment fundraising campaign for Nassau County’s Barnabas Center in 2018.

Almost a decade ago, Lanier became president and CEO of the nonprofit agency, which provides comprehensive health and social services for Nassau’s lower-income residents. The successful completion of the campaign is critical to the continuation of services that place Barnabas in the top 1 percent of American nonprofits for fiscal and organizational management as rated by Charity Navigator.”

To learn more about the EVE Awards, or to attend the ceremony, visit Jacksonville.com/eve.
To learn more about Barnabas programs and services, visit BarnabasNassau.org.

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