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Katy Errington
Katy Errington

Katy Errington, President


Katy's Biography

  • Lee County Recovery Task Force, Education/Workforce branch member
  • Former vice mayor and mayor—the Village of Estero
  • Former Florida League of Mayors Board of Directors
  • Former chair of the Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Executive Committee
  • Former business, marketing, teacher, coordinator, and public schools’ career and technical administrator.
  • Adjunct college professor for marketing. Worked with
    students and businesses developing entrepreneurial and marketing skills.
  • Former IBM education consultant
  • Former founder and president of a children’s 501 ( c ) (3) nonprofit organization where I created, marketed and delivered coloring books and crayons to children in need nationally and internationally
  • Former marketing coordinator for a faith-based international humanitarian aid and disaster relief nonprofit organization in Cincinnati, Matthew 25: Ministries
  • Past president of condominium association
  • Past president Exchange Club, Cincinnati
  • Past president Mason-Deerfield Rotary Club, Mason, OH
  • Past Rotary International District Governor for southwest OH…3,500 members and 54 clubs
  • Active member of the Rotary Club of Estero
  • Named Rotarian of the Year in 2011-12
  • Co-chaired the 2022 Rotary’s Annual Light Up Estero event
  • Florida Certified Horticultural Professional
  • Past board member for Interfaith Charities of south Lee County Florida
  • Past council liaison for the Conservancy of Southwest Florida
  • Past council liaison for the Coastal and Heartland National Estuary Partnership
  • Past member of the Estero Bay and Bay Management Committee
  • Past council liaison for Koreshan State Park and the Estero Historical Society
  • Past council liaison for South Florida Water Management District
  • Strong advocate for the historic Estero River and water quality issues in southwest
  • Married to Garth Errington with a combined family of five children (two deceased) and eight grandchildren.
  • Presbyterian Church elder and member of the Estero Community Church
  • Currently enrolled in an online training course, through Wheaton College’s
    Humanitarian Disaster Institute called: Spiritual First Aid. Knowing what to say and do became very relevant and needed in many areas of Southwest Florida after Hurricane Ian
  • Gold Star Mother
  • Presented with the Rotary Club of Estero Community Service Award for 2022-2023
  • Awarded the Key to the City by the Village of Estero for serving as Mayor/Vice Mayor/Councilmember
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