The Battle Is On To Attend College!
Family, Friends, Supporters:
As summer heats up, so is my dancing as I prepare for the Boca’s Ballroom Battle benefiting the George Snow Scholarship Fund on Friday, August 28, 2015 at the Boca Raton Resort & Club.
By now, many of you know this has become a personal journey for me. I am dancing in memory of my partner Ernie Borowsky who passed almost four years ago. Ernie, like many of these young adults, was the first to attend college in his family which is why I have chosen this great fund. Having met many of the students first hand, I am proud to be part of the George Snow Scholarship Fund Family. The fund is making a difference today and into the future both right here in Boca Raton and around the world. These young adults are our future and your support today is an investment in all of our futures.
It has already been many weeks of intense dance lessons and practice. You can follow my progress until the big night at just click photos to the right. This annual sold-out event attracts over 800 people to the Resort. I am grateful to have been selected and feel honored to represent this charity and Boca Raton Regional Hospital. Having been active in this community for eight and a half years has made me realize just what a special community this is.
I am dancing for your support, every dollar makes a difference in making a college dream a reality!
- You can donate under my name by clicking Donations on this page.
- Purchase tickets before the event sells out!
- Create a special program ad in honor of the event! DEADLINE is August 10th
- Sponsor at a variety of levels!
- Send a donation by check (place my name in the message line)!
George Snow Scholarship Fund
Attn: Debi Feiler
201 Plaza Real, Suite #260
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
For the next five weeks I will be posting weekly updates on my social media. Follow all the excitement of Boca Raton’s own “Dancing With The Stars” and the “Elite Eight Dancers” as we approach the big night!
My personal thanks for all the support!
All the best – always!
“A dynamic health care system stems from creating success in our team of providers. It is about a never stop learning attitude. I am a true believer in finding new pathways for growth and enhancing traditions of the past. Passion, energy, and drive are musts in everything you do as a leader.”
Brian Altschuler serves in a leadership role at Boca Raton Regional Hospital as Executive Director of Human Resource Operations. In addition to his core role in human resources, he is also responsible for the Center for Lifelong Learning’s focus on organizational advancement in the areas of clinical, performance, and leadership excellence. Brian further has operational oversight for the hospital’s safety and security function and Debbie-Rand Memorial Service League, a group of nearly 1,000 volunteers. Executing against Boca Regional’s Five Key Areas of Success, the Human Resources Services Division focuses on people, process, and systems that support the hospital’s growth.
Prior to joining Boca Regional, Brian played an integral role in leadership and staff development at both Palms West Hospital and Bethesda Healthcare System. Other career highlights include ten years with Marriott International in various operational and support positions. “Lifelong Learning” being one of Brian’s core beliefs, he earned his Masters in Management with a focus on Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. “Learn, develop, and grow” is his motto.
Brian holds certifications in/as a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Practitioner, Situational Leadership, Development Dimensions International (DDI), certified Level III Corporate Trainer through Marriott International, and has achieved the SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources) certification. He is also active on several advisory and initiative healthcare related boards. Amongst the honors he is most proud of receiving was the 2004 Palm Healthcare Foundation’s Commitment to Community award. This distinguished award is presented to individuals who have been recognized for their leadership and contributions within the healthcare community. In 2008 he was also named as the Human Resource Association of Palm Beach County’s Human Resources Professional of the Year. Brian’s leadership and innovation most recently brought his dynamic human resources team county recognition in 2013 when Boca Regional’s Human Resources Services Division was named one of the Best Human Resources in Palm Beach County.