Bill Beckham, Woody’s father, is a lifelong resident of Miami-Dade County who graduated from Miami Beach High School in 1974 who has been involved in numerous leadership positions of many civic & non-profit organizations in south Florida.
Tomas Cabrerizo is the founder and CEO of CFH Group, a privately-held Miami-based real estate corporation that acquires under-valued, under-managed, and/or physically distressed apartment communities and commercial properties. Since 1995, CFH Group has been responsible for the acquisition and operation of more than 18,000 residential units and over two million square feet of commercial property throughout the Southeast.
Lucy currently resides in Coconut Grove Florida and spends a majority of her time running to-and-from different events in the area. She is the founder of Trivia for a Cause which is a weekly series of “pub quizzes” to raise money and awareness for local organizations.
Otto grew up calling Miami Beach home. Spent High School and College in the northeast graduating from Hobart College in 2006. Played lacrosse at Hobart, managed the college radio station, and enjoyed photography while studying abroad. Extra curricular activities have always been a passion.
John was born and raised in Coral Gables, Florida. He attended Gulliver Academy, followed by Coral Gables High School and Auburn University. After various successful business ventures, in 1989, John returned to academia as the Director of Operations for all of Gulliver’s campuses, eventually becoming Director and Head of School. He and his wife of 33 years, Dottie, have two beautiful children, Brittany and John, and two grandchildren.
David Mills’ resume reads like that of a seasoned philanthropist and fundraiser, yet he’s “just” a freshman at the University of Alabama. Among his many accomplishments, one that clearly stands out is creating and organizing one of the Woody Foundation’s largest fundraising events, the Lionfish Bash, now in its third year.
Currently Mary serves as the President of Sir Galloway Fabric Restoration and Vice President of Sir Galloway Cleaners. She serves on several boards and committees, including Charlee House, Junior League of Miami, Beaux Arts of Lowe Art Museum, First Methodist Church and the Clarke Jones Memorial Fishing Tournament.
Elizabeth Martinez is a dynamic and creative professional with over 20 years experience in community relations, government affairs, writing and editing, special events, marketing and public administration. Throughout her career, Elizabeth has amassed a proven record for connecting and building relationships with the business and legislative community.