Created in 1984 by the late James F. Mulvaney to recognize philanthropic leaders, Tocqueville Society membership is granted to individuals who give at least $10,000 annually to United Way.
As a Tocqueville Society member, you play a vital role in developing the leadership and resources that enable United Way to have the greatest impact in our community. You are joined by other leading San Diegans committed at the highest level to improving lives.
Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger
Higgs Fletcher & Mack
Dr. Wendy Hunter
UWSD Board Member
Jacqueline Lynch Parks
U.S. Trust Bank of America Private Wealth Mgmt.
Lynne S. Rossman
Deeply committed to improving the lives of others and making a difference in the community, Scotty Oliver Lombardi is the Senior Manager of Talent Management at Hunter Industries, leading the team within Talent Acquisition, Organizational Development & Engagement, and Employee Relations. A philanthropist on every level, Scotty is civically engaged with Hunter Industries’ philanthropic Charitable Giving Committee and the company’s hands-on community action group, Hunter Helping Others. In addition to serving on United Way's Board, he is one of the founders of our Emerging Leaders Council. He also serves on the board of Junior Achievement of San Diego County and the University Council at California State University in San Marcos.
Career highlights include building strategic and organizationally aligned Human Resources, Talent Acquisition, and Organizational Development functions; implementing high-quality internships and professional development programs; and leading effective performance-driven teams. Scotty is a graduate from California State University Chico with a degree in Multicultural & Gender Studies.
This consummate volunteer spends a lot of time with us, but shares his gifts with others too: he regularly volunteers his time and treasure to several local non-profit organizations throughout the San Diego region.
Tocqueville Cabinet Meeting
Friday, October 13, 2017