Cammie Chatterton, president and chief executive officer of Bay Food Brokerage, in Tampa, has been elected to join the Board of Trustees at Jesuit High School, also in Tampa.
Jesuit High School’s president, Father Richard Hermes, recommended Chatterton to the board, which then voted to admit her to the position, according to a statement.
Chatterton’s son, Chris Chatterton, executive vice president at Bay Food Brokerage, graduated Jesuit High School, in 2005.
Since Chris began school at Jesuit, she has been an active supporter of the school, including donating to the capital campaign, supporting the annual Gaudiosa fundraising event and having served as the chair of its Mother’s Club, the Tiger Lillies, from 2019 to 2021.
In addition to serving on the Jesuit High School board, she is currently a member of the board of directors for the Tampa Bay Chamber, the executive board of the Get Live 45 Foundation and the board of directors for Feeding Tampa Bay’s capital campaign. She is also a member of CEO Council of Tampa Bay.
“My goal is to help the Jesuit board continue the great work they have been doing and keeping Jesuit High School on track to be the best – in my opinion – high school for young men in Tampa,” said Chatterton. “It’s my honor to support the school and its work to continue growing and serving our community.”