J. Michael Jensen, M.S.F.S., CFP, CFBS, AEP, has a Master of Science in Financial Services (MSFS) from The American College in Bryn Mawr, PA, a CFP (Certified Financial Planner) designation from The College for Financial Planning in Denver, CO, a CFBS (Certified Family Business Specialist) designation, from The American College in Bryn Mawr, PA, has earned the designation of Accredited Estate Planner and has a BA from DeSales University in Center Valley, PA.
Mike has been in practice for over 25 years and has clients throughout the United States. He has been an adjunct member of the faculty of the University of South Florida School of Medicine for over 20 years. He is a nationally known speaker, has written articles, and taught numerous classes on wealth accumulation, planning and investment management. He is well respected in the Tampa Bay community, and has served on boards at The Academy of the Holy Names and several other not-for-profit organizations. He is active in organizations such as the Tampa Bay Estate Planning Council, Leadership Tampa Group of the Greater Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce, and the Financial Planning Association.
Mike is an avid runner and has completed 27 marathons. He is also a member of numerous charitable organizations and is helping to provide scholarships for underprivileged children in his community.
Mike is also president of the Advisory Board for St. Peter Claver Catholic School which is the oldest, historically black school in Florida founded in 1894.
Mrs. Garcia is a retired University of South Florida (USF) Library Administrator. She is an advocate for a broad range of educational initiatives from Pre-K through college, and has led impactful efforts for literary programs to women’s leadership and empowerment programs at the college level and among community volunteers.
She currently serves as Scholarship Director of the West Orange County Culture Keepers; Secretary of the Conn Memorial Foundation Board; member, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated; member, Tampa Chapter of The Links, Incorporated. She is a former member of the USF Board of Trustees, and a former St. Peter Claver “Volunteer of the Year.”
Charles Imbergamo is a native of New York. He began his career in education in Marist Brothers’ Schools in New York and New Jersey. In 1999, Charlie began his administrative career on the border of the US and Mexico in Brownsville, Texas where he served as assistant principal, principal, and president and CEO for ten years in middle and high school.
In 2009, he moved north to Corpus Christi, TX to serve in the administration of a PK3-grade 12 school as Curriculum Director and eventually president and CEO. Charlie holds a Masters Degree in Catholic School Leadership/School Administration and is a Certified Fund Raising Executive, CFRE. During his career he has raised in excess of $15 Million dollars for Catholic schools. Charlie also serves as an independent consultant to schools across the country.
He relocated to the Tampa Bay area in July to serve as the Founding President of Cristo Rey Tampa High School at Mary Help of Christians Center. Cristo Rey schools across the country serve low-income students in a collaborative program of rigorous academics and corporate work student internship. This innovative, private Catholic school model is growing across the country, providing the very best of private education to those who simply would not qualify (economically) for the opportunity.
Chris Pastura is the Superintendent of Catholic Schools and Centers for the Diocese of St. Petersburg. He has more than 25 years of experience as a teacher, coach, and administrator in Catholic education. In addition, he spent 3 years as a Catholic Lay Missionary in northeast Brazil. Previous to his current position, Chris was the Director of School Strategic Planning for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Chris holds a Bachelors degree in Theology and a Masters Degree in Educational Administration from Xavier University as well as a Masters Degree in Nonprofit Administration from the University of Notre Dame. He and his wife Regiane have two children who both attend Catholic schools.
Mr. Joe Tomaino is an Advancement Advisor at Cristo Rey Tampa High School since 2015. He was raised in Hackettstown, New Jersey and married Joann G. Randazzo in Tampa, 1964. Together they have two children, Steve and Carol and 4 grandchildren. Joe participated in varsity football and wrestling in high school. Joe holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Tampa and a Master’s Degree from the University of South Florida.
Joe and his wife were Peace Corps Volunteers in Chili from 1964 to 1966. He was the Assistant Director of USF’s Career Center from 1966-1970, the Executive Director of USF’s Alumni Association from 1970-1985, the Director of Development (USF Central Staff) from 1985-1996, the Director of Development at the Salesian Youth Center/Boys & Girls Club from 1996-1997, and the Director of Major Gifts of USF Athletics from 1997-2015.
- Outstanding USF Administrator – 1974
- USF Distinguished Alumnus Award – 1979
- Florida Kiwanian of the Year – 1982
- President Kiwanis Club of Tampa – 1983 and 2004
- Lieutenant Governor Florida Kiwanis – 1985 and 2006
- Sports Club of Tampa Bay President – 1998 and 2009
- Kiwanian of the Year Tampa Club – 2014
Belinda retired as a Vice President-Trust Advisor with Regions Private Wealth Management. She worked in the financial services industry for 15 years. Prior to financial services she worked as a Strategic Planning Analyst with Florida Power, now Duke Energy.
Belinda has been a resident of Tampa since 1981 and is married to Judge Charles Wilson. They have two adult daughters that followed their father in the practice of law.
She has been involved with numerous not for profit organizations since 1982 with a primary focus on women, children and healthcare related organizations that serve the entire community.