Palmer Trinity School (PTS) has announced that Suzanne Gottlieb Calleja, associate head of school for Communications and Strategic
Partnerships, has been appointed to the Palmetto Bay Partnership Advisory Committee by Councilmember Larissa Siegel Lara.
“The village is pleased to have someone with Suzanne’s breadth of experience on board,” Siegel Lara said. “She’s worked closely with our community for almost a decade in conjunction with Palmer Trinity, and now we look forward to her communications, marketing, and strategic partnership skills helping us fulfill our goals for Palmetto Bay.”
The Palmetto Bay Partnership Committee was created in the summer of 2015 to assist the Village of Palmetto Bay mayor and council by advising on the development and implementation of the village’s brand identity.
The committee also will assist in attracting new business and development to the area, and retain existing businesses that provide residents with convenient shopping for goods, services, and entertainment.
In her new role, Calleja will work along with other committee members to foster partnerships with governmental agencies and nonprofit institutions for the benefit of Palmetto Bay and its residents.
For more information about Palmer Trinity School, visit online at www.palmertrinity.org.