This year marks Gateway’s 40th anniversary. In 1978, a group of recovering alcoholics wanted their “miracle of sobriety,” which was achieved through the success […]
Gateway Foundation Board
Zoe Ann BoyleFoundation Chair
Ms. Boyle is an active Board Member for Gateway Community Services Board of Directors and Gateway Foundation Board. She also serves on the Board of Grace Ministry of Helping Hands, a 501(c)(3) charity that operates a ministry for women suffering the effects of human trafficking on the streets and in the jails. In 2013, Zoe Ann retired from her position as Development Director for The Bridge of Northeast Florida which provides services to children living in poverty in Jacksonville. Zoe Ann is a graduate of the University of Nevada, where she earned her Bachelors of Arts in Journalism. Her career encompassed 25 years with The William Cook Agency advancing from an entry-level copywriter to Creative Director responsible for brand images/ awareness, graphic design, and print and broadcast advertising.
Ms. Bryan, a Jacksonville native, is involved in many philanthropic causes in Jacksonville. Peggy, the daughter of “Cotton” Paul one of Gateway’s Founders, raised over $150,000 for Serenity Park, a calm and hopeful landscape for Gateway clients and staff, dedicated to her father. Ms. Bryan was also instrumental in the building and design of Gateway’s Kids’ Success Center and Detox facility. She is a past president of Learn to Read, Leadership Jacksonville, PACE Center for Girls, Youth Leadership Jacksonville and Greenscape. Ms. Bryan is currently on the board of the Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, Greenscape, PACE, the Metro YMCA, Waste Not, Want Not and Tiger Academy, the YMCA’s charter school. Ms. Bryan graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill majoring in European history and economics. Peggy recently received the Times-Union’s 2014 EVE Lifetime Achievement Award.