Meet Taylor Reid, our Marketing Manager! After changing her major three times, she is working towards her Bachelor’s in Marketing! She is from Boca Raton, has four dogs, and hate flying but loves to travel!
Meet Elizabeth Neuzil, our Project Manager. As a civil engineering major, she is holding the tool belt for this year’s makeover. She’s from Jacksonville, loves traveling, dogs and mac-and-cheese. For her, PM is important because of its impacts on the Gainesville community.
Project Makeover is a working vessel of alumni, members and volunteers. Project Makeover’s Advisory Board enables the organization to gain new partnerships, cultivate alumni relations and connect community members.
Josh Jackson is the current chair of the Project Makeover Advisory Board. As the founder of Project Makeover in 2008, Josh is dedicated to the belief that children should have positive and bright learning environments.
building beautiful learning spaces By Leacy Burton
Project Makeover is proud to help spread the joy of learning. As we paint, build and beautify schools across Alachua County, we hope to make school days bright and dynamic for young minds and educators alike.
Gratitude. During the holiday season, that’s what Project Makeover put in focus. As we work to spread the joy of learning throughout Alachua County, we are so grateful for the opportunity to positively impact elementary school communities.
In the past decade, we have been able to transform 10 Alachua County elementary schools. As we head into the 2020 Makeover Weekend in February, we are grateful we can help inspire future generations of learners.
Meet our Executive Director, Stephanie Bradley. She loves yoga, sushi and is obsessed with coffee. She’s also a fourth-year accounting student.. This will be Stephanie’s fourth year with Project Makeover!
With the goal of growing and inspiring another school community in the Gainesville area, Project Makeover headed out to Alachua Elementary School for our annual Mini Makeover. In just one day, our team was able to paint murals, plant new greenery, and even assemble a new Gaga pit, all with the hopes of bringing more vibrancy and joy to this school.
Mini Makeover was a much-anticipated event, but stormy weather conditions made the team weary that everything would get done on time. However, the rain did not stop us from working to create a dynamic learning environment for the students and staff at Alachua Elementary School.