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Architect Michael Ingram Joins CFFK Board

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The Community Foundation of the Florida Keys (CFFK) is pleased to announce the appointment of local architect Michael Ingram to the CFFK Board of Governors. Mr. Ingram is the director of the Key West office of mbi/k2m Architecture, Inc. and has been a Key West resident for nearly 25 years.

“Michael’s experience as a businessman, philanthropist and civic leader is a tremendous asset to the Community Foundation,” said Dianna Sutton, president and CEO of CFFK. “We are thrilled to have him join the board.” Mr. Ingram is an active civic leader, having served on the Monroe County Tourist Development Council (including serving as chair for 10 years), Key West Planning Board, Monroe County Human Services Advisory Board, Key West Business Guild (past president), Key West Art and Historic Society Board of Trustees, and Friends of AIDS Memorial, among numerous other civic organizations. He is also a fund advisor of the Marion Stevens Fund, managed by CFFK. He has a B.A. in Architecture from Cornell University in Ithaca, NY, and has two children, Kimball and Harper.

Established in 1996, the Community Foundation encourages philanthropy and facilitates grantmaking to community nonprofits. It helps strengthen nonprofit leadership and leads community conversations around critical issues, among many other programs and services. CFFK currently manages 117 funds and endowments for individuals and nonprofit organizations. It has granted more than $17 million from these funds to support the important work of nonprofits in the Keys.

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