Pace Center for Girls announces the appointment of Maryam Ghyabi-White to the Board of Trustees.
Ghyabi-White is the CEO and President of Ghyabi Consulting & Management (GCM) and serves as an adjunct professor of civil engineering at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. She is an advocate for safe and supportive environments for girls and brings more than three decades of experience in community stewardship and development to the Board.
“Pace girls and their stories impact me to my core. I know firsthand when women and girls are offered the tools they need to succeed, a ripple effect occurs in families and communities,” said Ghyabi-White. “Joining Pace’s Board of Trustees is one way I can support Pace’s sustainable growth as they expand their model and reach more girls.”
Ghyabi-White is a member of University of Florida’s Transportation Institute External Advisory Board, Truist Bank Board of Trustees, Former Chair of the Women’s Center Board at Daytona State College, Past Chair of Floridians for Better Transportation and Past Chair of the Volusia County Association for Responsible Development. She is the Vice-Chair of the St. Johns River Water Management District Governing Board and is a former member of the East Central Florida Regional Planning Council.
“Our communities are stronger when girls and young women have the opportunity to thrive,” said Mary Marx, Pace President and CEO. “Maryam is an accomplished engineer, civic leader and steadfast in her commitment to Pace’s vision. Pace welcomes her expertise as we grow in new communities and impact more girls.”
Source: Pace Center for Girls