Under Andy’s direction, LEAD has developed into a nationally recognized organization that offers training, workshops and technical assistance for organizations all over the country.
In addition to his non-profit experience, Andy has worked as a marketing and social media consultant for organizations of all types and sizes.
Andy is passionate about the lives of young people, and about the adults who serve them.
From hurricanes and presidential visits, to celebrity interviews and feature stories, Carley has just about covered it all. While anchoring the morning and noon newscasts in Greenville, she became an award winning journalist, but it wasn’t until she moved back to the sunshine state and began hosting the Morning Blend in Fort Myers, that she found her true passion. For 6 years Carley Co-Hosted The Morning Blend for the Fox affiliate (WFTX). She now hosts Tampa Bay’s Morning Blend on WFTS-TV. If you are ever looking for a new restaurant to try, fun place to go or new idea to consider, Tampa Bay’s Morning Blend is the show to watch! She has seen first-hand how this show has such a positive impact on the community and her viewers. In addition to her time on the Morning Blend in Fort Myers, she also hosted and reported for a travel and entertainment show called “Paradise TV”. Both shows allowed Carley to explore all areas of the great state of Florida and helped her fall in love with the state even more than she thought possible.
Apart from working her “dream job” every day, Carley’s real pride and joy can be found off-camera. She is happily married to her high school sweetheart, Brooks Boyette who also happens to be a 7th generation Floridian. They have two beautiful young children and a lovable beagle named Paisley (named after country star Brad Paisley).
While her family, faith and career are the biggest passions in her life, this self-proclaimed “foodie” can also be found enjoying the music and art’s scene around the Tampa Bay area!
Mr. Fontaine manages an Association with an annual budget of $15.8 million and a staff of 14 professionals. He is on the Board of Directors of the National Council for Behavioral Health and a Governor Scott appointee to the State of Florida Drug Policy Advisory Council.
Previously Mr. Fontaine served as Executive Director of the Florida Juvenile Justice Association and project manager for the National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors (NASADAD). He has been providing leadership in the behavioral health and justice fields for over 35 years.
Mr. Fontaine has a Masters in Social Work (MSW) degree from Florida State University, holds Certified Addiction Professional (CAP) and Certified Criminal Justice Addiction Professional (CCJAP) credentials, and is a Certified Association Executive (CAE) with the American Society of Association Executives.