TITUSVILLE, Floirda – Holly Woolsey, who most currently served as the Interim Director for Jess Parrish Medical Foundation, has accepted a position as the new legislative aide for District 1 Brevard County Commissioner Robin Fisher.
Woolsey, a resident of Brevard County for 23 years, will replace Mary Lackovich, who is retiring after 22 years with the county. Her background includes over 15 years serving local not-for-profit/service organizations, including United Way of Brevard, AMI Kids Space Coast and Brevard County Sheriff’s Office. She is a graduate of LEAD Brevard 2011 and was a 2010 finalist in the 4 under 40 nominations. Woolsey currently serves as the co-chair of the communications committee for Greater Titusville Renaissance, a North Brevard volunteer movement focused on revitalization and initiated by Commissioner Robin Fisher with Titusville Mayor Jim Tulley.
“My career in non-profit has allowed me to witness first hand both the needs in our community as well as the inspiring process of finding solutions. It’s exciting to take on a role that is dedicated to that process,” Woolsey said. “I’m honored to have been appointed by Commissioner Fisher and I look forward to serving our community in this capacity.”
Among Woolsey’s duties will be assisting the Commissioner in directing and coordinating a variety of administrative activities including managing agendas, coordinating special projects, maintaining citizen board appointments and interacting with the community.
District 1 boundaries are from the Volusia County Line to State Road 520 to the center of Lake Poinsett. Communities include Scottsmoor, Mims, unincorporated Titusville, City of Titusville, Port St. John, Bellwood, Sharpes, Hardeeville, Canaveral Groves, West Canaveral Groves and West Cocoa.
Lackovich and District 1 Administrative Aide, Kathy England who worked 27 years with the county, announced their retirements in October.
The District 1 Commission office is at 400 South Street, Suite 1-A, in Titusville. (321) 264-6750.