Dana Lee Csutoros, Saltability's Ann Brown, and Maria Timmons Fife at the 2018 Woman Volunteer of the Year Nominee Reception.
Saltability founder and CEO Ann Brown has been nominated for the Woman Volunteer of the Year Award, presented by the Junior League of Boca Raton.
Ann is currently leading the 2018 Boca Walk to End Alzheimer’s as the committee chairperson, and she is also active in the local Boca community through Rotary International, the YMCA, and Habitat for Humanity. Through the YMCA, she has helped to educate local kids about water safety through the Josh the Otter program, and she has worked hands-on with Habitat for Humanity to improve housing situations for those in need in the local community. The Downtown Boca Raton Rotary Club named her Rookie Rotarian of the Year in 2018.
Ann at the YMCA's Josh the Otter water safety education program
In addition, Ann supports key nonprofit organizations through Saltability, giving back to Citizens Foundation USA, the Hunar Foundation, charity:water, and Lake Area Industries. Through Citizens Foundation USA and the Hunar Foundation, she supports education and work opportunities for the people of Pakistan, particularly women and children, to give back to the area where Saltability sources its pure Himalayan salt. By partnering with Lake Area Industries, Saltability supports LAI’s mission to provide meaningful employment for individuals with disabilities.
Ann and fellow volunteers stop for a photo while laying sod at a Habitat for Humanity project site.
The Woman Volunteer of the Year Luncheon will be held at the Boca Raton Resort & Club on November 16, 2018, at 10:00 am. The luncheon includes a cocktail reception and state of the art Fashion Show presented by Saks Fifth Ave Boca Raton. Every nominee will be recognized, and a winner will be selected and announced by our Award Sponsor, Christine E. Lynn Women’s Health & Wellness Institute.