The YMCA of Central Florida Welcomes Kathryn Oberto to Metro Board

Local community leader joins YMCA board of directors.

ORLANDO, Fla. – (October 1, 2020)

The YMCA of Central Florida announced today that Kathryn Oberto, a partner with the law firm Holland & Knight, has joined their Metropolitan Board of Directors. 

Oberto has been a member at the Winter Park Y since 2007 where she served on the board for four years. Oberto is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Real Estate Advisory Board at the University of Florida Bergstrom Center for Real Estate Studies, the Editorial Board for Shopping Center Legal Update of the International Council of Shopping Centers, the J4 Leaders Board of Directors, and the Board of Directors and Chair of Governance Committee/Secretary at Shepherd’s Hope. 

“Kathryn is a wonderful addition to an already strong and dedicated Metropolitan Board of Directors for the YMCA of Central Florida,” said Dan Wilcox, President and CEO of the association. “We’re grateful for her service as a Y volunteer and look forward to the valued contributions and impact she will make to help continue the Y’s vital role in strengthening our community.” 

Pete Krzyzak, Chair of the YMCA of Central Florida Metropolitan Board of Directors, added, “It’s terrific to have someone with Kathryn’s background, expertise, and community ties join our board. She loves the Y and knows just how important it is that our nonprofit continues to thrive for the good of our community.” 

Oberto states, “I am honored to serve on the Metropolitan Board of Directors of the YMCA of Central Florida during these unprecedented times. The Y’s message of empowerment to all members of our community is what makes it a household name, and I look forward to doing my part to support and promote the Y and its mission.” 

For more information about the YMCA of Central Florida and the Metropolitan Board of Directors, please visit our website.


About the YMCA of Central Florida

The YMCA of Central Florida is one of the area’s largest nonprofits, serving more than 360,000 Central Floridians per year through a focus on Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility. With a Christian-based mission to improve lives and communities, it operates 22 YMCA locations across Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Brevard, Lake, and Marion counties. This mission is expanded beyond the four walls of the Y through community-based programs to combat chronic disease, boost children’s after-school safety and learning, and strengthen neighborhoods. To learn more, visit ymcacf.org and follow on Facebook or Instagram.