Alexander F. Adducci
Chairman of the Board
A theatre scholar, professional scenic designer, teacher and academic administrator, Mr. Adducci received his undergraduate degree in theatre and psychology, and his graduate (M.A. and Ph.D) work in theatre design and architecture.
In addition to his role as Chair of the School of Theatre and Dance at Northern Illinois University, he has designed over 100 productions and museum exhibits including professional assignments with the New Globe Theatre, Arizona Repertory, Chicago Performance Community, the Marstal Theatre, National Theatre in Munich, Germany, Lyric Opera of Chicago, and the Bruce, Vienna and Naples Museums.
Mr. Adducci has been the recipient of two Fulbright Senior Awards (the Munich National Opera Company in Munich, Germany and the Theatre Institute in Vienna, Austria). While working on his numerous national and regional grants for the study of turn -of-the-century scenery he was instrumental in having a vast collection of scenery and archives presented to Northern Illinois University by the Lyric Opera of Chicago. He has served as an international theatre consultant in Amsterdam, Salzburg, Vienna, Cesky Krumlov in the Czech Republic and Istanbul, Turkey.
Currently, Mr. Adducci is Professor Emeritus at Northern Illinois University, serves as curator of the Historic Scenic Collection and has been on the Board of Camelot Community Care since 2006.
Dae Sheridan, Ph.D., LMHC, CRC
Dae C. Sheridan, Ph.D is a professor of Human Sexuality, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a Board Certified Clinical Sexologist and a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor with a private consulting and psychotherapy practice in Tampa, Florida.
A recognized speaker and commentator on sexual and mental health issues, Dr. Sheridan regularly presents her research and participates as a featured expert for television, internet and other media outlets. She specializes in issues of relationships, communication, intimacy, desire, arousal, sexual dysfunction, reproductive health, infertility, sexual trauma, adjustment to disability, adolescent development, parenting, stress, anger, anxiety and depression.
Over the past fifteen years, Dr. Sheridan has utilized cognitive behavioral therapy techniques and a supportive, empowering, strengths-based perspective to provide thousands of clinical therapy hours assisting individuals, couples and families in agencies throughout the Tampa Bay area. It is through this work that she first became involved with Camelot Community Care more than ten years ago. She has worked with Camelot in numerous capacities including consultant, contract service provider, and volunteer and currently as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors. She has served on the Board since 2006 and had the pleasure of seeing Camelot's mission come to fruition for the children and families of our community.
Dr. Sheridan serves as an adjunct faculty member at the University of South Florida, teaching human sexuality in the Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling Graduate Program and is an assistant clinical professor at the American Academy of Clinical Sexologists. She is a diplomat of the American Board of Sexology, a member of the American Psychological Association, the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality and the American Mental Health Counselors Association.
Richard A. Pingel, Sr. is a retired truck driver whose career spanned four decades of driving concluding with 13 years of service with United Parcel Service.
Mr. Pingel lost his mother when he was six years old and spent most of his youth growing up in the foster care system in Illinois. His passion has been to give back to the less fortunate youth, and when the opportunity to serve on Camelot's board arose, he was eager to step in.
Mr. Pingel has spent his life on various boards, which includes 12 years with different youth sports organizations, Harley Davidson Owners Groups, and also was elected as a Local Park District Commissioner for 8 years.
Mr. Pingel is currently serving as an Adjunct for the Truck Driving Program at Elgin Community College in Elgin, IL where he teaches student of all ages to obtain Commercial Drivers Licenses.
Mr. Schultz is the Director of Retail Investment Services for Colliers International and a graduate of DePaul University in Chicago. Prior to entering the commercial real estate industry almost ten years ago, he was the founder and president of a startup computer network design and administration company that led to a multi‐storefront business in the Chicago area. Mr. Schultz is a highly active member of his community, serving as Director or Chairman of multiple community boards. His community leadership has been instrumental in providing a platform for local residents to influence local political and environmental choices.
Pinellas County Local Planning Authority Director 2011 – Present
East Lake Community Library Chairman 2009 - Present
Pinellas County MPO CAC Director 2008 – Present
Council of North County Neighborhoods Vice-President 2006 - Present
Mr. Schultz is also 2010 graduate of Leadership Pinellas and a 2008 graduate of the Pinellas County Sherriff's Citizens Academy.
Mr. Levy is an attorney in Pinellas County, Florida concentrating his practice in family law, criminal defense, civil litigation, and representation of commercial landlords. Mr. Levy is a graduate of Boston College and Stetson College of Law.