Abby Lemay joined the Rebuilding Together Orlando team in October 2019 as Executive Director. Abby is an affordable housing advocate with experience helping families achieve stability after homelessness and empowering communities to make lasting change. She has worked for a number of nonprofits in Central Florida since moving to Orlando in 2011. Abby is experienced in strategic planning, impact measurement and program development. She earned a Master of Nonprofit Management from University of Central Florida and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Stetson University.
Meet Our Board Of Directors
A Florida native, Stephen has had careers in the construction industry since 1981 and has been a Licensed Florida General Contractor for the last 16 years. He is the current owner of Cityscapes Construction Services and is a Partner in Accessible Home Design and Installations, both located in Winter Park. Stephen is active in the Boy Scouts of America Central Florida Council as a scout, parent volunteer, training committee, and Day Camp Director; he also holds a council committee chair position. He is active in the Knights of Columbus at his Church and is a past President of Contractors Resource group-Orlando. Stephen has also served as President of Lake Eola Charter Schools Dad’s Club and Vice President on their PTSA Board. He has been active on the RTO Board since 2010.
Michael Onuchovsky is an Executive with Wells Fargo in the Technology and Operations division. He has been with the organization for over 20 years and serves on the Volunteer Chapter Steering Committee. Michael also 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 backing volunteer efforts through a community involvement network of team members. Additionally, Michael serves on the Wells Fargo Environmental Affairs Central Florida Green Team leadership council which focuses on helping conserve resources, reduce waste and promote environmental awareness at work and in the community. Michael is a graduate of Kean University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and he received his Master’s in Business Administration from Monmouth University.
As a top 5 nationally ranked internet marketing professional, 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 corporations across various industries, and of all sizes, ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies.
Jennifer Birmingham has been an attorney in Central Florida since 2001. She is the founder and managing partner of The Birmingham Law Firm, P.A.; a boutique law firm specializing in employment and business law for entrepreneurs and small businesses. Jennifer also counsels’ clients which allows her the opportunity to blend legal experiences and corporate strategy while helping members of the society. Her professional and personal philosophies involve giving back in ways that make a meaningful difference in the local community to which she dedicates her practice. She is a believer in words of Anne Frank, “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” Jennifer joined the board of RTO Orlando in 2015 as a board member and legal advisor. She is an honors graduate of Cedar Crest College and Villanova University School of Law.
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 an Executive Director of an Orlando furniture bank where 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 that is now followed by other non-profit organizations. Michelle is a Business Administration graduate of the University of Central Florida and a Fellow of the Florida Bar Foundation.
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.
Dean is a Florida native and proud graduate from the University of Central Florida, with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning. He currently works as the Senior Planner with the City of Casselberry. Prior to working for the City of Casselberry, Dean was introduced to Rebuilding Together Orlando as an AmeriCorps Project Coordinator. Following his year of service with AmeriCorps, he transitioned to a Program Manager with RTO. Dean continues to support RTO by assisting as a house captain for volunteer projects. In 2019, Dean was nominated and confirmed to the RTO Board of Directors.
Since 2007, Jeff has been a pioneer in launching award winning sustainability programs with Wyndham Resorts, Orlando Health Hospitals, the City of Orlando, and SELF that have sustained more than $5 million savings in annual expenses. From Hawaii to St.Thomas, Jeff has led a variety certification projects for LEED, Energy Star, ISO 14001, Green Globes, and most notably LEED Existing Building Certification for the second largest convention center in the world. With a passion for providing access to clean and affordable energy, he has designed and built nearly three megawatts of rooftop solar and battery back-up power including four net zero energy projects.
Jeff is one of the leaders at L.E. Rigby Innovations, a national service provider for premier engineering and sustainability firms focused on accelerating the pace and action of sustainable development and impact. Jeff is also on the Board of Directors for various Regional Resilience Collaborative partners including the U.S. Green Building Council Central Florida, ASHRAE Central Florida, and Rebuilding Together.
Tammy Long-Byrne is an AVP with Wells Fargo in the Payments, Virtual Solutions, Innovation operations group and has been with the company for over 35 years. Tammy serves as the chair for one of Wells Fargo’s Site Diversity & Inclusion committees Tammy respects all differences and advocates for these team members by being a part of the different team member networks within Wells Fargo.
Tammy is the co-chair for Wells Fargo’s Metro Volunteer group and has over 18 years of volunteering in our communities for various organizations such as Rebuilding Together Orlando, Keep Orlando Beautiful, The Nature Conservancy, Keep Brevard Beautiful, Zebra Coalition,
Second Harvest Food Bank, Ronald McDonald House, Seniors First, Orange County Schools and Seminole County schools.
Tammy is an alumni from the University of Central Florida graduating with a Master’s degree in Management for Non-Profit Organizations and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Technical Education and Industry Training. Tammy joined RTO board of directors in November 2018. Tammy looks forward to help continue the great work that RTO has done for the communities in Central Florida.