Debbie Toler

Bonita Springs

Debbie Toler (Bonita Springs)earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and communications from UNC-Charlotte and an executive certificate in nonprofit leadership from Duke University. During her career as a marketing and communications professional, Debbie’s employers included C2Creative, Jack Morton Worldwide, Clear Channel Communications and other national firms. Debbie managed Bank of America’s sports sponsorships, which included NASCAR, Major League Baseball, the Olympics, and PGA Tour, as well as the company’s Cultural Art and Heritage programs. With an extensive track record of successful client management, Debbie was entrusted with managing notable corporate clients like Google, Wrigley, Hershey, US Foodservice, Motorola, and Unilever. Since retiring, Debbie has channeled her passion toward helping nonprofits serving vulnerable populations in Southwest Florida, including at-risk girls and low-income students. She serves, or has served, on boards for Guadalupe Center, Pace Center for Girls and SWFL Children’s Charities. Debbie and her husband, Bill, live in Bonita Springs and have two children, Kristin and Austin.

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