Leadership Palm Beach County Announces Two New Hires

Leadership Palm Beach County
August 17, 2017

Leadership Palm Beach County Announces Two New Hires

Melissa Gaynor and Marlee Brannock fill two newly created positions for organization.


(WEST PALM BEACH, FL) August 17, 2017 - Leadership Palm Beach County (LPBC) has announced the addition of two new employees, Melissa Gaynor as Programs Coordinator and Marlee Brannock as Events & Marketing Coordinator. 


As Programs Coordinator, Melissa Gaynor will oversee the four core programs that LPBC offers: Engage, Focus, Aspire and Grow. Melissa comes to LPBC with a background in recreation programming, special event planning, and client management.


As Events and Marketing Coordinator, Marlee Brannock will manage the special events during the year, and will also be responsible for the development and implementation of LPBC’s marketing and communication strategies. Marlee brings with her a background in public relations and social media management gained working at various PR agencies.


“I am thrilled to welcome Melissa and Marlee to the Leadership Palm Beach County team,” said Noel Martinez, Executive Director of LPBC. “They each bring different backgrounds and strengths, and together will enhance the organization with their talent, drive, and fresh ideas.”


Leadership Palm Beach County (LPBC) is a nonprofit organization that brings together leaders from the public, private and nonprofit sectors to build and steward a vibrant, interconnected community. Since 1983, its unique programs have prepared more than 1,500 adult and youth leaders by deepening their civic commitment and awareness of diverse industries. Through connection and education of the county’s most promising leaders, LPBC creates a lasting impact in Palm Beach County.


The mission of Leadership Palm Beach County is to educate and unite leaders to build a better community.



Leadership Palm Beach County, Inc., is an educational 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization designed to foster awareness of community issues and promote efficient communication and cooperative relationships between existing and emerging community leaders. LPBC’s stated mission is to educate and unite leaders to build a better community. Initiated in 1983 through a collaborative effort of the local Chambers of Commerce, LPBC has prepared more than 1,000 graduates for enhanced community leadership roles. Learn more about LPBC here: LeadershipPBC.org