YMCA of the Palm Beaches Adds Two New Members to its Board of Directors

YMCA of the Palm Beaches Adds Two New Members to its Board of Directors

YMCA of the Palm Beaches has announced the addition of two members to its Board of Directors – Philip Cambo and Thomas P. Hunt. Both are active members of the community and supporters of the West Palm Beach-based nonprofit.

As CEO of Massachusetts-based Northern Tree Service, Philip Cambo brings extensive leadership experience and business acumen to his new role. Cambo is actively involved in renewable energy projects in Massachusetts and real estate investments in Florida. He is a member of the World Affairs Council of Palm Beach and the Coudert Institute. Cambo has taken an active role in the Y’s capital campaign initiative and serves on the organization’s Annual Prayer Breakfast Committee.

Attorney Thomas P. Hunt practiced real estate and corporate law for 38 years, serving as partner for the West Palm Beach office of Gunster, and more recently as Executive Vice President and General Counsel for SBA Communications. Hunt has served on a number of boards, including the Economic Council of Palm Beach County and Rosarian Academy. The West Palm Beach native is a graduate of Brown University and University of Florida College of Law. Hunt will be taking an active role in the organization’s Governance Committee.

“The impressive leadership experience that Phil and Thomas bring to the YMCA’s Board of Directors will strengthen our ability to impact the local Palm Beach community through our focus areas of youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility,” said Tim Coffield, President and CEO of YMCA of the Palm Beaches.

About YMCA of the Palm Beaches

The YMCA of the Palm Beaches has served the Palm Beach County community for more than 100 years, providing essential programs, activities, and services for thousands of children, seniors, and families annually. As the YMCA embarks on its next chapter, its multi- million-dollar capital development partnership with Palm Beach County Parks and Recreation at Lake Lytal Park, will vastly enhance its ability to bring programs and services to a much larger population within our community. The Y’s mission is to ensure everyone has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive in a safe and nurturing environment, regardless of the ability to pay.

For more information, call 561.968.9622 or visit ymcapalmbeaches.org.