TD Bank’s Market President for Central Florida shares business acumen, nonprofit governance experience to Special Olympics Florida
TD Bank’s Market President for Central Florida Mike Nursey has been named a member of the Special Olympics Florida Board of Directors. Nursey, in addition to his role overseeing commercial and business banking services, is a leader in connecting corporate entities like TD Bank with leading nonprofit organizations to build stronger communities across the state of Florida.
With more than 28 years of experience in commercial, corporate, business and retail banking in Florida, Nursey offers a combination of business and financial acumen to further strengthen the Special Olympics Florida Board of Directors in their oversight and stewardship on behalf of the organization. Prior to his current role as TD Bank Market President, he was the Regional Vice President for Northeast Florida and has also previously served at Regions Bank as Senior Vice President, Commercial & Industrial Banking Executive for North Florida. In addition to this experience, he is a dedicated community advocate and serves as a member of the University of Tampa Board of Trustees and Florida Aquarium Board of Directors. He is a part of the American Cancer Society Hillsborough County Leadership Board and is the Chairman of the American Cancer Society’s 2018 Cattle Baron’s Ball.
“I am delighted to welcome Mike Nursey to our Board of Directors,” said Special Olympics Florida President & CEO Sherry Wheelock. “Mike Nursey has demonstrated tremendous leadership in his career and charitable contributions, and we look forward to his support as we continue to help people with intellectual disabilities participate as productive and respected members of society at large.”
Nursey joins the Special Olympics Board of Directors, led by an executive committee that includes Chairwoman Dawn Giebler-Millner, Greenberg Traurigh; Vice Chair Josh D’Amaro, Walt Disney Resort; Brad Sing, Universal Orlando; and Debbie Harvey, Ron Jon Surf Shop. The organization, which is based in Clermont, Fla., currently serves more than 44,000 dedicated athletes who compete at local, state, national and worldwide levels. In addition to training and competition programs, Special Olympics Florida provides medical exams for thousands more through its health programs, including much-needed access to free prescription glasses and hearing aids. Its Unified Champion Schools further spread the message of inclusion, respect and advocacy in 167 schools and 14 universities throughout Florida.