Beth McCall is the Munroe Foundation Director
Beth McCall became the Director of the Munroe Foundation in October of 2005. Prior to becoming the Director, she was the Executive Director of the Public Education Foundation of Marion County from 1999-2005 and the Director of the Leadership Ocala/Marion Programs for the Marion County Chamber of Commerce from 1995-1999.
Beth received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Education from Eastern New Mexico University and her Masters Degree in Business Management and Leadership from Webster University. In 2003, she received her Certificate for Fundraising Executives (CFRE).
Her community and professional associations include Ocala Women’s Network, Leadership Ocala/Marion Board of Regents, Association of Fundraising Professionals, Association of Healthcare Philanthropy, Munroe Foundation’s Women in Philanthropy and the Ocala Royal Dames. She has served on the Public Policy Institute Board of Directors, the Children’s Alliance and as a mentor for Take Stock in Children. Beth is active in the Chancel Choir at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church and the Marion Master Choir.
She has been recognized for her leadership skills by receiving the Junior League of Ocala’s “Three Who Care “ Award , the Ocala Women’s Network “Women of Distinction Award,” and the 2005 Metropolitan Ocala Rotary Club’s distinguished Memorial Honoree. Beth was recognized in 2006 by the Ocala Star Banner as a top 10 leader among women professionals.
She is married to Wayne McCall, an Ocala attorney. They have three children, Diana Scroggie, Melody Hardy and Matt McCall. She has also been blessed with 3 beautiful grandchildren, Collin, Grady and McCall.
Beth loves the University of Florida Gators, spending time with her family, gardening, and singing.
Paulette Beckford is Coordinator of Development and Systems
Paulette Beckford joined the Foundation staff in January 2003 as the Coordinator of Development and Systems. With a strong background in development and membership in New York City, Paulette brought a new perspective to healthcare philanthropy. Serving in such cultural institutions as the New York Historical Society and the Bronx Council on the Arts and reporting for publications like the Bronx Journal helped her develop a love for people and service. Paulette is committed to excellent customer service, nurturing donor relationships and development with the use of technology and other available resources. As such, she is an asset to the Foundation.
Married to Cleveland for over 20 years the couple has three daughters, Kerianne, Chantal and Aletha. An avid New York Yankees fan, Paulette considers her role at the Foundation as that of a baseball catcher with whom the game begins and ends.
Paulette graduated magna cum laude from City University of New York and earned a Masters in Management and Leadership from Webster University. A life-time member of Golden Key and Phi Beta Kappa honor societies, Paulette continues to be involved in civic clubs and associations, church and educational institutions.
Jennifer Hatchett is the Munroe Foundation Development Officer
Jennifer Hatchett, a native of Memphis, Tennessee, moved to Florida to attend the University of Florida where she earned her Bachelor and Master’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science with a specialization in Sport Management. While at UF, Jennifer met her husband Tony. After graduation they settled in his hometown of Ocala where they now reside with their two young daughters, Holland and Keeghan - who were both born at Munroe Regional Medical Center.
Since moving to Ocala, Jennifer has been extremely active in the community in a number of capacities. She is involved with the Junior League of Ocala, has served on the Leadership Council for the Public Education Foundation, a mentor for Take Stock in Children, a member of the United Way’s Young Leaders Program and a member of First United Methodist Church. During her limited free time, Jennifer likes to entertain, travel and watch or play sports.
Jessica McCune is the Munroe Foundation Patient Navigator
The Foundation is pleased to introduce Jessica McCune as the new Foundation Patient Navigator. She will be available to help navigate our major gift donors through the Munroe system. All Munroe Fellowship, Corporate Honor Roll Executives, selected Legacy Society members, and signature gift donors will have access to the Patient Navigator.
Jessica is a registered nurse that will act as a personal health resource advocate. She will provide general orientation for the patient and family to assist them in accessing the various services at Munroe. Jessica will use her experience as an RN to navigate patients through the Munroe systems, and to help them understand diagnosis, treatments and medications.
Jessica will act as a liaison between the patient and the various healthcare personnel needed throughout their hospitalization from diagnosis to treatment to discharge.
Jessica has served as the Parish Nurse Coordinator for Munroe since 1999. Prior to her employment with Munroe, she was a home health care nurse in Dallas, Texas.
Jessica has her BS in Nursing from Baylor University and an MS in Counseling Education from the University of North Texas.
Jessica is married to Judge Jim McCune. She enjoys reading, traveling, the arts, flowers, horses, laughter, tennis, scuba diving, boats and history.
Roxanne Hollenbeck is the Munroe Foundation Administrative Assistant
Retire in the SNOW? No WAY!!! 24 months ago this was a key conversation Hollenback shared with her husband of 25 years. A quick review of possible retirement locations included Lady Lake, where she has three sisters and her mom. Relocation to Central Florida was pretty easy. Roxanne and her husband enjoy the warm weather and relaxed environment of Central Florida.
A native of Rhode Island, Roxanne moved to Southern Florida during childhood, graduating from Coconut Creek High. Part of her high school curriculum included two years of focus on law enforcement, and led to her first job with the local police department working the midnight shift, and doubling up as court clerk. She has also held jobs in retail provisioning and ordering, and bookkeeping.
She moved back north to New Hampshire and lived there for 25 years with her husband. Her daughter has recently been blessed with Hollenbeck's first grand-baby.
Working as the Munroe Foundation's Administrative Assistant has been a new career for Roxanne. In her role she works with the Director in preparing the budget, posts contributions, works with the hospital accounting department on monthly financial reporting, processes bi-weekly employee pledges, donations, and community gift club renewals, prepares deposits and reporting them to the accounting department, and works with the Coordinator of Systems and Development on processing purchase orders. She is enjoying the great people and the unquestionable sense of contribution working toward providing benefits to Munroe.
She enjoys being with her family, biking, landscaping and yard work, jigsaw puzzles, day trips and the beach.