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2022 - 2023 Officers

From Left to Right:  Manuela Boynton (Treasurer), Jennifer Andreas (Secretary), Mary Soldani (President), Suzanne Sabadash (Community Outreach), Kelly Hart (Vice President), and Dawn Diehl (Parliamentarian).

Current Members

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  • Jennifer Andreas
  • Lory Bell-Moody
  • Gina Bigge
  • Debbie Bond
  • Manuela Boynton
  • Kristen Brevi
  • Heather Brinkworth
  • Pegge Bronner
  • Renata Cammarata
  • Melissa Cooper
  • Tammi DeFrancisco
  • Dawn Diehl
  • Monica Dougherty
  • Katy Ferrando

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  • Louise Fogarty
  • Robin Fractenberg
  • Lais Pontes Greene
  • Kelly Hart
  • Susie Hess
  • Susan Jordan
  • Glennyce Kaul
  • Heidi Davis-Knapik
  • Kandace Lesher
  • Jody Lewis
  • Lauren Mahoney
  • Yolanda Ochoa
  • Diana Pattison
  • Susie Phelps

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  • Tracy Roloff
  • Suzanne Sabadash
  • Sherry Schofield
  • Mary Soldani
  • Liz Stephany
  • Staci Swadener
  • Lorna Talbot
  • Kathy Thiel
  • Kristen Velez
  • Esther Veloz
  • Amy Weiss
  • Lori Westerman
  • Carolyn Zaumeyer
  • Anne Zavertnik

Founded in 1949, Celebrating Over 75 Years of Giving

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How We Began

We began as Epsilon Sigma Alpha, a national social sorority. A small group of 25 women wanted to focus strictly on serving the needy children of Broward County and raised money for the community through luncheons and various fundraisers. In 1955, they decided to break away from Epsilon Sigma Alpha and give themselves a new name, Children's Opportunity Group or COG.

Who We Are Today

To date, Children's Opportunity Group keeps its membership to 50 women who still meet in each other's homes on a monthly basis. We still work to raise money in support of needy children. Our annual luncheon is the main source of funds enabling us to reach out to Broward's youngest citizens.  The tradition continues and the impact on recipient organizations is truly rewarding.