Camelot Community Care Board of Directors


Ron Schultz

Board Chairman

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.

Tammy Curtis

Vice Chair

Ms. Curtis is a Managing Director with Steven Douglas Associates, a boutique project based professional services firm. She leads the Tampa and Orlando practices specializing in accounting & finance, internal audit, human resources and technology. Ms. Curtis is also an adoptive parent through Camelot's adoption program and she has become a vocal and effective advocate for Camelot and adoptions.

Jenny Mannion, LMHC, NCC


Jenny Mannion is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a National Certified Counselor and a Juvenile Sexual Offender Specialist. She enjoys a private psychotherapy practice in the Brandon, Florida area.

Mrs. Mannion graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and holds a Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Nova Southeastern University. She earned her License in Mental Health Counseling and has been recognized as a National Certified Counselor.

Mrs. Mannion has been working within the Tampa Bay area for over fifteen years. During this time, she has been sought out as a professional speaker for local and state wide organizations and a consultant to the professional community and private sector.

Mrs. Mannion volunteers her time as a guest lecturer at The University of South Florida in addition to teaching community organizations such as therapeutic foster parents, probation officers, head start and mothers of preschooler groups in an effort to prevent future abuse, to educate and offer insight to promote well-being

Annemarie Hare



Ron Mirenda