ISF CEO, Cyndy Loomis, Selected to Serve on Board of Children's Home Society of Florida’s North Central Division

July 26, 2012

A personal experience and love for children led ISF CEO, Cyndy Loomis, to serve on the Board of the Children’s Home Society of Florida’s (CHS) North Central Division in the Big Bend. Ms. Loomis’ 17 year old son, John, was born 12 weeks premature and received in-home services through CHS. Ms. Loomis states, “The services we received made all the difference in John’s development. The guidance provided by CHS case managers was invaluable as we sought to overcome the challenges his premature birth could have posed.” The family received services such as regular home visits, medical referrals, medical counseling, and physical and massage therapy for John.

Ms. Loomis’ one-year Board tenure began in May 2012. She is looking forward to serving the non-profit and the children under its care. The CEO not only brings 25+ years of leadership and business experience to the Board, but her personal commitment to the families served and a special understanding of the needs of medically at-risk children.

CHS opened its doors in Tallahassee in 1964 as an adoption agency, and later expanded its services to meet additional needs of children through emergency shelter care, evaluation, early intervention, counseling and treatment for abused and neglected children. Children’s Home Society’s “Wish Upon a Star” fundraiser is October 9, 2012 at Shiloh Farms from 6:00-10:30 PM. It is a casual, fun-filled evening complete with dinner, drinks, live entertainment, and silent and live auctions, Each Spring CHS holds their “Annual Chef’s Sampler,” which will be held at the Tallahassee Mall in 2013.

Ms. Loomis has resided in Tallahassee with her family since 1995. Her inspiration for service, her son John, is a student at Chiles High School and earned his Eagle Scout rank in April 2012. The family enjoys traveling in the United States and overseas, as well as camping and hiking.

Ms. Loomis is the Chief Executive Officer of ISF, an $8 million national management consulting and information technology firm that helps businesses and government operate better, smarter, and more efficiently. ISF has served clients large and small for more than 30 years. Ms. Loomis joined ISF’s Jacksonville headquarters in 1989 and was quickly promoted to Consultant responsible for the statewide strategic planning practice for colleges and public schools. In 1995, Ms. Loomis was again promoted and was moved to Tallahassee as Client Partner responsible for sales and client service delivery for state government clients. She became ISF’s Chief Operating Officer responsible for company-wide operations in 2009. Ms. Loomis is now Chief Executive Officer responsible for all aspects of the company’s strategic direction and company performance.

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