(Naples, FL) Greater Naples Leadership (GNL) is pleased to announce their 2021-2022 slate of Board Officers and Directors elected during a virtual GNL annual meeting held on April 27, 2021.

The nonprofit’s newly elected Board assumed office on May 1, 2021, and includes the following individuals (new members are noted with an asterisk*):

2020-2021 Officers:

  • President – Gerald Godshaw
  • President-Elect – Kitty Keane
  • Secretary – Loreen Sellitto
  • Treasurer – Bill Hogan*
  • Immediate Past President – Sue Dillon


  • Caren Arnstein
  • Jim Donohue*
  • Jeremy Farmer*
  • Debbie Finch
  • Sandie Fleming
  • Mary Beth Jones
  • Donna Messer
  • Geoffrey Murphy
  • Martha Rozman
  • Mark Schwab
  • Beth Stein
  • Julie Wade*
  • Giselle Wagner 

Newly elected GNL Board President Gerald (Jerry) Godshaw has been a member of GNL since 2015 and has served as Chair of the Community Services Committee and the Strategic Planning Committee. Most recently, he led the successful GNL Hunger Initiative to educate and encourage members to volunteer at various nonprofits, organize food drives or participate in other activities that made a significant contribution to the dire need to feed the hungry in Collier County.

Jerry Godshaw stated, “We look forward to a year of getting back to meeting in person and even greater service by our members to local civic and nonprofit organizations.”

Jerry Godshaw spent almost 40 years working as an economist in Washington DC for the government, Wharton Econometrics and as a Partner at Arthur Andersen and Principal at Deloitte.  He has been part of the Naples community since 2010 serving as president of his homeowner’s association, as well as on the Boards of Naples area nonprofits and civic organizations.  Jerry previously was on the executive committee and active with Collier Citizens Council and a member of the county’s Advisory Committee on Mental Health and Addiction.

For more information about Greater Naples Leadership and 2021-2022 Board of Directors, please email GNL Communications Chair Caren Arnstein, call 239.300.7055 or visit www.greaternaplesleadership.org.


Greater Naples Leadership (GNL) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing proven leaders with a unique opportunity to learn firsthand about Collier County’s challenges and to encourage the use of their skills individually and collectively in addressing these needs and bettering the community. Now in its third decade, Greater Naples Leadership continues to provide exceptional opportunities for its members to improve the community and enrich their lives through first-hand learning experiences, rewarding relationships with accomplished, like-minded individuals and unparalleled access to meaningful board and volunteer roles.