Pine Castle Woman's Club

The Heart of The Community Since 1940 and Home of the Corner Rose Tea Room

Leadership

A Note from our President

What an honor it is to serve as President of the Pine Castle Woman’s Club, the heart of the Community.


Members have been asked to focus on Chandler’s five C’s this year as we move the Club forward which includes: Commitment, Continued Education, Communication, Creativity and Connectivity.


In the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” I’m counting on each of YOU!


Love, Respect, and Kindness for All,

Sandra P. Chandler, CAP

President

Officers

Sandy Chandler

President, 2020 - 2023

Since joining the Pine Castle Woman’s Club in 2016, Sandy hit the ground running and hasn’t stopped by serving in various leadership roles and community involvement. As a Past International President for the International Association for Administrative Professionals and active member for 38 years, Sandy is a retired Executive Assistant from SunTrust Banks, now Truist. She is a team player, detailed, organized, and always striving for perfection.

Vivian Oviedo

PE/First Vice President (Program)

Vivian Oviedo is an interior designer and owner of Bilma’s Interiors. Her company was one of the first Hispanic owned businesses in the Pine Castle area that began in 1975. She is an active member in the Pine Castle Woman’s Club and volunteering in her community in  numerous organizations throughout her years. Her main focus is empowering the youth, women and Hispanics by organizing events that bring awareness and opportunity to all members of her community.  

Igdalia Zayas-Oliver 

Second Vice President (House)

Dali has a BS and MSED from the Catholic University of Puerto Rico and The University of Puerto Rico. Services in the US Army for 21 years as an Admin, Interll officer and Special Agent. Retired. Loves to travel and do arts and crafts.

Jane Barry

Third Vice President (Membership)

Jane joined the Club shortly after she retired from the Orange County School System. She came to her first meeting as a guest of Christie Woods, whom she got to know as a fellow media specialist. Jane lived on Lake Conway during high school and graduated from Oak Ridge High School, so she felt at home in Pine Castle. She and Christie served as co-program chairmen for two years. Currently, Jane is as Third Vice President and Membership Chair.

She is proud to be a member of an amazing group.

Maggi Ventura

Recording Secretary

Maggi retired and moved to Orlando in 2012, after working as a Medical Technologies in hospital microbiology laboratories in New York State for 43 years. She came here to enjoy her 2 grandboys. She joined the Club in December 2015 and really enjoys the fellowship with the Club members and the monthly Speakers. She has served as the Program Chair, 5th Grade Essay Contest Chair, Treasurer, and now as the Reservationist for the Corner Rose Tea Room.

Linda Winter

Treasurer

Linda was born in Buffalo and moved to Orlando in 1968. She served as the bookkeeper for a family owner auto repair shop for many years. When that sold, she worked in the accounting department for Autonation. After retiring, Linda now volunteers for several local community service organizations. She enjoys setting up for the formal teas held at our Club.

Board Members

Lee Ann Hill

Director (Corner Rose Tea Room)

Lee Ann was born and has lived her entire life in Orlando. She retired in 2000 after working over 40 years in the insurance industry. She joined the Pine Castle Woman’s Club in 2000 and volunteers for the Corner Rose Tea Room, creates lovely floral arrangements for the Club, and currently serves as a Director.

Veronica Bryant

Director (Community Events)

Veronica joined Pine Castle Woman’s Club in 2019 after retiring from the Orange County Public Schools system after 39 years of service. After a period of observation, she has become involved fully in club activities, and is learning more about the state organization including the many good works to the community the PCWC have participated in over time.