Meet the Board

FL SAND is governed by a board of directors comprised of representatives from its member grassroots groups from around the state. 


Eddie Hall

Polk County Self-Advocates Alliance


Rachael Riccobene

Elephant Herds -- Panama City


Rachel Long

Cool Abilities Advocacy Group


Board Member

William Robinson

New Horizons Support Group for People with Disabilities


Board Member

Paul Shalett

People First of South Florida

Broward, North Dade & South Dade Chapters

Board Member

Amanda Ranochak


Greater Orlando

Board Member

Jamie Devlin

Stand Up for Independence (SUFI)

Martin & St. Lucie Counties


Board Member

Larry Andrews

Santa Rosa Transformers

Santa Rosa County


At-Large Board Member

Damian Gregory



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Vice President

Amanda Baker

Elephant Herds




Mildretta Williams

Self-Advocates of East Volusia

Daytona Beach


Board Member

Moira Rossi

Voices of Advocates Reaching Community



Board Member

Denise Payne

Abilities Venti

Pembroke Pines


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Board Member

Randy Hill

Voices Heard

Fort Myers


Jaime Torres

Board Member

Jaime Torres

Self-Advocacy for an Independent Life (SAIL) --Palm Beach County



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Board Member

Somer Meyer

Clay County Change Makers




Board Member

Chris Drummond

Self-Advocates Seminole County



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At-Large Board Member

Sarah Goldman

St. Petersburg / Tallahassee 



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This project is provided by the Florida Developmental Disabilities Council, Inc., supported in part by grant numbers 1901FLSCDD-01 and 2001FLSCDD-01 from the U.S. Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C. 20201. Grantees undertaking projects with government sponsorship are encouraged to express freely their findings and conclusions. Points of view or opinions do not, therefore, necessarily represent official ACL policy.