Srq Daily Sep 13, 2023


Foundation: Gulf Coast Community Foundation

When Greg Luberecki started working for a Florida nonprofit earlier this year, he didn't think he'd end up as its new chief communications and learning officer.

But that's exactly what happened, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune reports.

Luberecki's first day on the job at the Sarasota Art Center was Sept.

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That's when he got a call from the executive director of the Family Promise of South Sarasota County, Luberecki's new employer.

Luberecki's first day on the job was Sept.

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