People Behind the Challenge2018-05-07T17:52:46+00:00

People Behind the Challenge

Bill Bone, Esq.
Bill Bone, Esq. Campaign Chairman
Civil Trial Lawyer Larmoyeux & Bone
Dr. Donald Fennoy II
Dr. Donald Fennoy IISuperintendent
Palm Beach County School District
Pepe Fanjul, Jr.
Pepe Fanjul, Jr.Campaign Organizer
Exec. VP Florida Crystals Corporation
Hon. David Aronberg
Hon. David AronbergState Attorney
Palm Beach County
Hon. Bradley Harper
Hon. Bradley HarperJudge
Palm Beach County
Hon. Ric Bradshaw
Hon. Ric Bradshaw Sheriff

Palm Beach County
Hon. Carrie Haughwout
Hon. Carrie HaughwoutPublic Defender
Palm Beach County
Alcee L. Hastings
Alcee L. HastingsMember of Congress
20th District Florida
Lois Frankel
Lois FrankelMember of Congress
22nd District Florida
Paula Burdick
Paula BurdickCommissioner
Palm Beach County
Jeri Muoio
Jeri MuoioMayor
West Palm Beach
Sandra Jinks
Sandra Jinks
Principal
Palm Springs Community Middle School
Don Carson
Don Carson
Retired
Executive Vice President
Florida Crystals Corporation
Michael Kirschner
Michael Kirschner
Captain
Sheriff’s Office
Palm Beach County
Lynn Powell
Lynn Powell
Chief of Juvenile Division
Office of State Attorney
Palm Beach County

National Board of Directors

Daniel Q. Callister

President
The Callister Group

Elizabeth Broun, PhD
Director
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Washington, DC

Don Carson
Executive Vice President
Florida Crystals
West Palm Beach, FL

Ernestine S. Gray
Chief Judge
Orleans Parish Juvenile Court
New Orleans, LA

Karen Price-Ward
Corporate Community Affairs Manager
Southwest Airlines
Dallas, TX

Sheikh Mohammed Al-Sabah
Former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Kuwait
State of Kuwait

H.E. Ambassador Salem Abdullah Al-Jaber Al-Sabah
Embassy of the State of Kuwait
Washington, DC

Michael K. Young
President
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX

About the Chairman

Bill Bone is Chairman of  “Do the Write Thing” Challenge in Palm Beach County. Bill Bone is a trial lawyer who has dedicated his law practice and a lot of his spare time to helping people. From his service work in college as a member of the exclusive Florida Blue Key Leadership Honorary Society to his endowment of the Trial Advocacy Book Award at the University of Florida Law School Bill Bone has always tried to “give something back” to his community. Bill Bone was appointed Chairman of Do the Write Thing Palm Beach County in 2003. Since that time the program has engaged over a quarter million local students to do something about the problem of violence. This voluntary anti-violence program is now the biggest and most successful public-private partnership addressing this issue in the nation