Women’s Board

Women’s Board

Making Dreams Come True

for children with life-threatening illnesses

Women’s Board


To support the Dreams Come True staff and Board of Directors in their plans to use the power of a dream to bring hope and joy to EVERY First Coast child battling a life-threatening illness.


The vision of the Dreams Come True Women’s Board is to be DCT Ambassadors in the community by educating, fundraising and volunteering for the Dreams Come True 5K, Dream Day, the Annual Christmas Party and Special Times.  In the process of supporting the board, we hope to develop a cohesive group that can be the hands and feet of Dreams Come True.


Our Women’s Board is a group of extraordinary women from diverse backgrounds and varying ages. We provide support to DCT throughout the year, but most of our activities take place during the holiday seasons, especially during Thanksgiving and Christmas. We recently added Easter as one of our holiday initiatives, as well. Each member is encouraged to contribute whatever time she can within the confines of her personal and professional life. Members are also expected to attend at least seven of the ten board meetings per year. There is a $100 annual fee to join the group, which helps underwrite our special projects and collective giving initiatives. Membership is currently capped at 25 women.

If you would like more information about joining our Women’s Board, please contact our Executive Director, Sheri Criswell, at 904-296-3030 or email Sheri Criswell.

To: Sheri Criswell


Co-President – Andrea Frick

Co-President – Shannon Connell

Treasurer – Christie Stermon

Secretary – Christy Rosen


Cheryl Abdelnour-Joseph

Sarah Boggs

Tricia Boleky

Polly Bungay

Tammy Demetree

Emily Dunham

Susan Elinoff

Lisa Holder

Sandi French

Nalani Fry

Carol Imfeld

Leslee Kiernan

Denise Kotos

Joanne Manley

Joyce Mann

Christy McMurry

Vickie Mennen

Jeanine Nolan

Kim Rigdon

Nora Ross

Karen Schwartz

Rebekah Selevan

Shelley Smith

Melinda Sowers

Joan Streck

Cissie Triglia

Kristin Worley