Meet Our Board Of Directors

Ed Green

Ed Green, Executive Director of Rebuilding Together Orlando is making dreams come true by facilitating projects that help corporations connect with low income homeowners in need of critical home repairs. Ed is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) with over twenty years of diversified project management experience. Ed is a graduate of the State University of New York where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology. He has held leadership positions at several corporations including Florida Hospital, Peat Marwick, American Broadcasting and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Jersey. In addition to Rebuilding Together Orlando Ed has participated in public service programs at United Way, Junior Achievement and the Project Management Institute.

Stephen Perito

A Floridian that has grown up locally in Orlando, Stephen has had careers in construction industry since 1981 and has been a Licensed Florida General Contractor for the last 16 years. He is currently owner of Cityscapes Construction Services and is a Partner in Accessible Home Design and Installations, both located in Winter Par. Stephen is active in the Boy Scouts of Americans Central Florida Council as a scout, parent volunteer, training committee and Day Camp Director, and currently holds a co-chairs council committee chair position; He is active in the Knights of Columbus in his Church, a past President of Contractors Resource group-Orlando. Stephen also has served as President of Lake Eola charter schools Dads club and Vice President on their Ptsa Board. He has been active on the board of RTO since 2010

Michael Onuchovsky

Michelle Lyles-Royce is an Intermediary with Emerald Coast Business Brokers. Prior to this role she was the Community Relations Director for the Vickaryous Law Firm, and as Executive Director of an Orlando furniture bank she introduced social enterprise and a recycling program that created self-sustaining revenue and offered empowering employment opportunities to those transitioning their lives. This unique approach of blending environmental and philanthropic good created a successful business model now followed by other non-profit organizations. She is a Business Administration graduate of the University of Central Florida and a Fellow of the Florida Bar Foundation.

Tommy Grobmyer

As an internet marketing professional ranked in the top 5 nationally, Tommy Grobmyer has developed award winning integrated multichannel marketing strategies involving paid advertising and search engine optimization. Known for being a forward-thinker and having a knack for business development, Tommy has developed, worked on, consulted with, and sold many web-based properties which have been featured on Forbes and other notable news syndicates across the globe.

Tommy’s passion for improving business efficiencies and his consistency in developing strategies for profitable brand exposure online has dramatically increased revenues for companies of all sizes ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies across many industries.

Michelle Royce

Michael Onuchovsky is an Executive with Wells Fargo in Technology and Operations and has been with the organization for 20 plus years and serves on the Wells Fargo Volunteer Chapter Steering Committee. Michael serves as the President of the Wells Fargo Metro Orlando Volunteer Chapter Leadership Advisory Council to make a positive impact on our local community by championing philanthropic efforts through a community involvement network of local team members. In 2013, Michael was recognized for his philanthropic work by Wells Fargo by being awarded 1 of 24 paid Volunteer Leaves with a focus on developing a strong infrastructure and internship program for Rebuilding Together Orlando. Michael also serves on the Wells Fargo Environmental Affairs Central Florida Green Team leadership council which is focused on helping conserve resources, reduce waste and promote environmental awareness at work and in the community. From running energy efficiency campaigns and recycling programs to managing community volunteer projects and supporting our LEED certification work. In addition, Michael is a Diversity and Inclusion advocate serving on a number of Wells Fargo Diversity and Inclusion leadership councils to ensure all team members feel valued and respected for who they are, as well as for their skills and experience and enjoy being part of our community. Michael is actively engaged with the Central Florida Job Initiatives Business Advisory Council as well as is actively engaged in leadership roles with other non-profit organizations. From an educational lens Michael has a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting from Kean University and a Master’s in Business Administration from Monmouth University.

Tolan Goetz

Tolan Goetz is a 19-year marketing veteran who specializes in engaging closely with a variety of clients to create technical and creative solutions for their business needs.

A self-taught artist, he has turned his passion for visual branding and design into a career helping industry leaders strengthen their identity and messaging.

Always cognizant of what it means to “give back,” Tolan has contributed time and resources to such charitable organizations as Clean the World, Mustard Seed of Central Florida, Grandma’s House, Orlando Day Nursery, Second Harvest Food Bank, the Community Food and Outreach Center, and Give Kids the World.