Foundation Spotlight: Rick Roman

Foundation Spotlight: Rick Roman

Rick Roman is a commercial insurance agent with Gulf Coast Underwriters, and he also serves as a member of the FMC Foundation of Caring Community Leadership Board.



A Valrico resident and graduate of the University of South Florida, Rick is a proud USF Bull and the father of two daughters. The eldest recently graduated from her dad’s alma mater, and the youngest is a second-year college student.


Rick works directly with Florida Medical Clinic on its insurance and risk management, and he was first introduced to the Foundation of Caring by FMC management. The Foundation’s Mission Statement really connected with Rick.


“I like the way the Foundation reaches out and addresses a broad spectrum of the community’s needs. In doing so, the impact goes beyond a financial one and includes direct participation with groups and people that are making a big difference helping those in need.”


As he learned more Rick was motivated to participate in growing the outreach efforts of the Foundation. Recently, this has included volunteering as the Chair for the 2014 FMC Foundation of Caring Golf Classic, one of two major annual fundraisers hosted by the Foundation.


“Our goal this year is to double the funds we raised last year, one-hundred-percent of which will go directly to individual programs benefitting our community. We will have fun playing some golf at a great course while we raise money for kids that really need it!”


Join Rick and the Foundation of Caring at the 2014 Golf Classic. Register here!




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