CCA Foundation, Inc.
Board of Directors
DIRECTOR / PRESIDENT
Lisa Riordan first visited Captiva more than 40 years ago and has been a Captiva resident since 2012. After vacationing on Captiva for several years, she and her husband David expanded their time here after retirement.
A New York native, Lisa spent many years in the communications industry before beginning her 25-year career in labor representation. She directed and managed the New York staff for a major international labor union and negotiated and administered collective bargaining agreements with large public and private sector employers and municipalities including Verizon, City of New York, and State of New Jersey, as well as dozens of smaller employers and municipalities.
Prior to moving to Captiva, Lisa served as an elected member of the School Board in her community. Since her retirement in 2012, Lisa has spent her free time getting involved in the Captiva community. Beginning in 2013 she joined the Board of her homeowner’s association and has served as President for the last 6 years. In 2015 she was invited to join the Captiva Memorial Library Board of Trustees, serving as President for 4 years. Also in 2015, she was invited to join the Captiva Civic Association Board of Governors and has served as Vice President, President and then as Treasurer. She was appointed to the Captiva Civic Association Foundation Board of Governors, the fund-raising vehicle of the Civic Association, in 2017 and continues to serve there as President.
Lisa has two adult daughters, and seven grandchildren, all of whom reside out-of-state. When she is not busy with her community activities, Lisa enjoys boating, travelling, reading and spending time with friends.
DIRECTOR / VICE PRESIDENT
Pam Rosen was born and raised in Southern California and moved to Chicago in 1993. She has two grown sons, both married, and three grandchildren. As a stay-at-home mom, she worked many years on PTO-PTA fundraising boards and served as a team manager for many of her boys' baseball and soccer teams. She also worked on the Lake Forest/Lake Bluff Volunteer Bureau, a United Way Agency assisting not-for-profit agencies throughout Lake County, Illinois. Mrs. Rosen played competitive tennis on USTA 4.0-4.5 teams for 20 years. In her free time, she loves walking, reading, yoga and pickleball. Pam and her husband Jon are now Florida residents living happily on Captiva with their dog Buddy.
DIRECTOR / SECRETARY
Pat Boris was born and raised in Buffalo, New York. She and her husband Mike met and married there, then set out to raise a family and build careers. They raised three great children, have two amazing grandsons, and are blissful in retirement on Captiva. They've lived here since 2000, full time for the last twelve years. Pat and Mike also spend time in San Diego, where the amazing grandsons live.
Mrs. Boris is a retired Nurse Practitioner, having spent her career in hospitals and clinics in New York and Minnesota. She continues to be involved as a volunteer for health and wellness programs among other community involvements. Mrs. Boris serves on both the CCA Board of Governors and Foundation Board of Directors. She enjoys the energy and enthusiasm of the Captiva community which comes together regularly for educational, musical, artistic and wellness programs. She is a past Board of Associates member of the Chapel by the Sea, serves on its Missions and Outreach Committee and prayer chain. She is a founding member of Interfaith Outreach of San Cap, which supports area people living with memory impairment and their caregivers, is also on the Dubin Center Advisory Board, and volunteers for FISH of San Cap. She very much enjoys living in Sunset Captiva, and serving on its Board of Directors.
Mrs. Boris's favorite activities include BIG Arts Community Chorus, hiking and reading. Her most joyfilled moments are with her husband, family and grandsons.
DIRECTOR / TREASURER
Dave Saunders grew up on a small dairy farm in southeast Michigan and, after working for Chrysler Corporation Engineering in Detroit, Dave obtained his MBA from the University of Notre Dame and accepted a position in Product Development at the Ford Motor Company. After many varying Ford Motor Corporate assignments in North America and Europe, Dave became the Director of Real Estate for Ford Motor until his retirement.
Dave first visited Captiva in the early 1980's and fell in love with the island's South Seas "ambiance," the quiet unspoiled beaches, and beautiful sunsets. He and his wife, Jacki, purchased their first Captiva home in 1984, followed a few years later by a South Seas Resort Gulf Beach Villa investment purchase, a property they still own. It has always been important for Dave to be a part of the community and, in addition to serving on the CCA Foundation Board, he is presently a Board Member and V.P. of the Captiva Memorial Library, a member of the Lee County Library Advisory Committee, and he participates in the Captiva Historical Society events, the monthly Captiva Community Panel and the Captiva Erosion Prevention District meetings. Dave enjoys boating and fishing, participates in the Sanibel Fishing Club activities/tournaments and is an active member of the Sanibel-Captiva Sail and Power Squadron.
After a rewarding career in commercial/industrial real estate in MI, Dave relocated to Captiva and became a residential real estate realtor in 2017. He was awarded the SCIS (Sanibel/Captiva Information Specialist) designation in 2019, and is an active member of the Sanibel Captiva Islands Association of Realtors. You will see Dave, Jacki and their little dog, CiCi, walking the beach or the Captiva Village roads every day - - be sure to ask them about the CCA!
Mike Bennett and his wife, Margie, first came to Florida in 2010. In the past few years, they have been able to increase the amount of time they are able to spend in Florida and have become active with a number of charitable organizations. Summers are spent in Iowa where they both grew up. They truly enjoy spending their winters in Florida and have made Captiva their permanent home. They have four children, eight grandchildren, and a dog named Milo.
Mike serves on the board of directors for Morningside University, the Orpheum Theatre Preservation Group, Historic Arnolds Park, Chapel by the Sea, and the Charitable Foundation of the Islands.
Mike’s career was in the fertilizer and methanol industries. He currently serves on the board of OCI N.V., a company based in the Netherlands, as the non-executive chairman.
Mike enjoys playing golf, fishing and traveling.