Jane Clary

Director of Gifts and Outreach

Jane Clary became the Director of Gifts and Outreach in March 2014.  She oversees funding for WFIT from individual listeners, develops and implements new giving programs, maintains a specialized donor database, creates and sends a monthly e-newsletter and handles reservations and payments for special events.

  Jane began working for the Florida Institute of Technology in July 2009.  For the past 2 1/2 years she was the Manager of Gift and Financial Reporting for the Office of Development, and prior to that worked for Florida Tech Consulting. 

  Jane is a Florida Tech alumni, earning her Master's in Business Administration in 1993.  Her Bachelor's Degree in Finance is from the University of Central Florida.

  Jane is native Palm Bay resident, whose grandparents immigrated to Palm Bay in the 1920's.  She lives in Palm Bay with her husband Charles and 3 children.   

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Eleven Florida Tech Panther Football 2016 Season games will be broadcast live on WFIT.  The first game airs on September 3rd, the final game on November 12th.

Palm Bay's Free Concerts in the Park series will finish out the year at Palm Bay Regional Park, located at 1951 Malabar Rd NW, Palm Bay  32907.  This will be a more family friendly location with indoor restrooms and plenty of parking. There will be food trucks, vendors, a bounce house and obstacle course for kids, plus games and giveaways.

Brevard Backyard Beekeepers Club presents an informative festival at the UF/IFAS Brevard County Extension Center, 3695 Lake Drive Cocoa, FL 32926. 

The event is free to the public and is aimed to educate people of all ages about honey bees and the important role they play in our health and environment.

 

The main goal at The Wireless Alliance is to keep cell phones out of our landfills. Cell phones contain lead, arsenic, beryllium and other hazardous toxins that leach into our environment through our landfills. One cell phone, if thrown away, can pollute 40,000 gallons of ground water.
 
The cell phones collected from this program are either refurbished and reused or smelted for metals and plastics at an EPA regulated facility that is ISO 14001 certified.

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