FORT PIERCE — Indian River State College (IRSC) Foundation has appointed two new members to the organization’s Board of Directors — Stanley Campbell, chairman and CEO of EagleForce Associates and EagleForce Health, and Amber Woods, general manager of Treasure Coast Toyota in Stuart, and Treasure Coast Lexus in Fort Pierce.
“Stanley and Amber represent two unique backgrounds as directors on the IRSC Foundation board,” shares Michael Hageloh, Executive Vice President of Strategic Initiatives and Chief Marketing Officer, IRSC. “Their broad and diverse experiences add a deep managerial dimension to the board. We look forward to their global perspectives on guiding the hyper-growth the Foundation is experiencing.”
A Florida native Stanley Campbell is a former Navy pilot and Chairman & CEO of EagleForce Associates and EagleForce Health. He holds more than eight patent submissions in the business, intelligence, security, and health care arenas — concentrating on Big Data Management and Predictive Analytics. His intelligence technology led efforts in Law Enforcement Case Management instrumental to solve the BTK Killer case with the arrest of Dennis Radar. Additionally, Campbell has led enterprise architecture design efforts for DIA, the Joint Intelligence Virtual Architecture, and Contingent Commission Insurance Fraud analytics for the State of Georgia. Last year, he and his wife Cheryl purchased the Martin Downs Country Club in Palm City.
Amber Woods is General Manager for Treasure Coast Toyota in Stuart and Treasure Coast Lexus in Fort Pierce where she is responsible for overseeing all administrative functions, personnel management, and dealer operations for both organizations. Woods has dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Central Florida. Prior to her return to Florida to strengthen and extend her father’s automotive dealership legacy, she worked as a case worker, case worker manager, and workforce recruiter with human service not-for-profit organizations in New York City. Woods has expanded the dealerships’ community involvement to support area nonprofits including the Boys and Girls Clubs, in Martin and St. Lucie counties and the Big Brothers Big Sisters of St Lucie, Indian River County, and Okeechobee Counties. Woods is also a member of the National Association of Minority Automotive Dealers (NAMAD) and the National Automotive Dealer Association (NADA). “Automotive News” recognized Woods in their “40 Under 40” in 2019.