Class Chairs

Chair, Leadership Orlando Class 97

Pamela Landwirth
President & CEO
Give Kids The World

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” -- Anne Frank

As president and CEO of Give Kids The World Village, Pamela Landwirth lives thosewords every day - inspiring a committed family of staff, volunteers and donors that make the Village possible.
Pamela has been part of Give Kids The World since 1992 and was chosen to lead the Village in 1995. As president and CEO, she is responsible for the operations of the Village and all trategic advancement initiatives for the organization.
Prior to joining the Village, Pamela developed an extensive background in resort operations management, human resource development, and project planning from her 16 years with the Walt Disney World Company. At Disney, she was involved in everything from Casting to park operations to attractions sales. After leaving Disney in 1993, Pamela was a consultant to the president and CEO of Hard Rock Cafe in all areas of human resources, organizational development and strategic planning.
Under Pamela’s leadership, virtually every aspect of the Village has been transformed. The Village more than doubled in size, from 32 acres to 84 acres. The number of villas grew from 56 in 1995 to 168 today. Eleven new venues and attractions have been added, including Julie’s Safari Theatre, Matthew’s Boundless Playground, the Amberville Train Station and Towne Hall. Volunteer shifts have quadrupled, from 421 to more than 1,600 per week.

But most importantly, the number of families who visit Give Kids The World Village each year has grown from 3,949 in 1995 to more than 7,900 today. Pamela’s dedication to those families is tireless, and she works each day to create for them the happiness that inspires hope.
In addition to her work at the Village, Pamela is a highly sought-after speaker in the nonprofit world. She has served on numerous nonprofit boards and currently sits on the Executive Advisory Board for the Something mAAgic Foundation and the University of Central Florida’s
Nonprofit Advisory Board. She has a bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Georgia and a master’s degree in Business Administration from Rollins College.

In 2017, Pamela was inducted into the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions Hall of Fame.

Chair, Leadership Orlando Class 98

Leonard Spencer
Senior Manager,  Supplier Diversity
The Walt Disney World

Leonard Spencer leads the Supplier Diversity program for The Walt Disney Company. In this role, he is responsible for setting the vision and business strategy for the identification and utilization of diverse suppliers that help the company drive innovation and enhance economic inclusion reflective of the guests that Disney serves and the communities where Disney operates around the world.
Leonard has extensive experience in Operations and Finance leadership roles. Prior to joining the Supplier Diversity team, Leonard led the Procurement Operations organization for Disney’s theme parks and resorts. His team provided the financial planning, spend analysis and reporting for Strategic Sourcing teams based in Asia, Europe and the United States. His team was also responsible for identifying and implementing best-in-class procurement processes, procedures and tools.
Leonard is passionate about economic development and currently holds leadership positions in several professional and community organizations focused on business development, youth education and financial literacy. He earned a bachelor’s degree in finance from Tuskegee University and an MBA from the University of Alabama..

Past Chairs

LO Class 96
Angela M. Alban

LO Class 95
Reginald B. Riley, Ph.D.
Orlando Health

LO Class 94
Michael D. Armbruster, Ed.D.
Orange County Public Schools

LO Class 93
Yolanda Londoño
Tupperare Brands Corporation

LO Class 92
Waymon J. Armstrong Engineering & Computer Simulations, Inc. (ECS)

LO Class 91
Min K. Cho
Holland & Knight LLP

LO Class 90
Phil Rawlins
Orlando City Soccer Club

LO Class 89
Tony Jenkins
Florida Blue

LO Class 88
Carol Craig
Craig Technologies

LO Class 87
John M. Lewis

LO Class 86
William G. Oakley
Goodwill Industries of Central Florida, Inc.
LO Class 85
Steve Hogan
Florida Citrus Sports

LO Class 84
Adrian Jones

LO Class 83
Yolanda L. Cade
AAA - American Automobile Association  

LO Class 82
Trey Carlson
NASA-Kennedy Space Center

LO Class 81
Adonal Foyle
Orlando Magic

LO Class 80
Captain Bill "Roto" Reuter, USN (Ret.)
R-Squared Solutions, LLC

LO Class 79
Virginia L. Whittington

LO Class 78
Brent Trotter
Coalition for the Homeless of Central Florida, Inc.

LO Class 77
John R. Guthri
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LO Class 76
Melanie B. Fernandez
Cross, Fernandez & Riley LLP