Seminole County, Fla. (June 25, 2018) — Amy Pennock today received the endorsement of Dennis Lemma, Seminole County Sheriff and highly respected leader in Seminole County. Sheriff Lemma announced his support of Pennock based on her history as a community leader, small business owner, and witnessing her tireless efforts to get to know the Seminole County community on a personal level.
Pennock stepped up to the plate and filed as a candidate to represent District 4 on the Seminole County
School Board and is the first candidate to file for any school board race in Seminole County.
“I applaud Amy for making sure that school safety is a part of her campaign, and that she truly believes in
keeping her children, and all children of our county safer,” said Sheriff Lemma of Seminole County. “As a
father of children also in Seminole County schools, I believe that she brings the right set of skills and vision
to the board, and that my sons will have a better educational experience because of that.”
Ms. Pennock has a strong history of giving back and demonstrates this through service on multiple boards
of directors and more than a dozen non-profit organizations. Currently she is the president-elect for
Florida Executive Women and serves on the board of Goodwill of Central Florida and the Seminole County
Regional Chamber of Commerce. She was the 2015-2017 event chair of Second Harvest Food Bank’s Wine
Women & Shoes, raising over $1 million to help provide food for Central Floridians in need. She founded
the Seminole Chamber’s State of City for Lake Mary and has volunteered for Junior Achievement in the
classroom, inspiring students for a career in financial management.
“I’m honored to have the support of this remarkable public servant who works every day to keep our community safe and plan for smart growth,” said Amy Pennock. “It is wonderful to have the backing of the people who make Seminole such a well-governed community.”
As the owner of Pennock Consulting Group, Amy works for companies across the country, including the
non-profit Shepherd’s Hope, providing outsourced Chief Financial Officer services. Prior to forming her
small business in 2011, Amy held senior financial management positions in healthcare and construction.
Much of her community service is a part of a personal mission to lead by example for her children and to
Mary with their three daughters, Madison and twins Savannah and Delaney. For more information visit
create an even better community for families in Seminole County. Amy and her husband Tim live in Lake