Meet the Team

Diane Barth


Jose Joia

Board Member

Jose joined the Johnson Singer Foundation, finding an opportunity to contribute and help the community. Jose holds a Bachelors degree in Business Finance from the University of Central Florida and also a Masters in Hospitality Management with an emphasis on financial studies and feasibility studies of hotel operations. After passing his Series 65 exam (Uniform Investment Adviser Law Examination, covering laws, regulations, ethics and topics such as retirement planning, portfolio management strategies and fiduciary responsibilities), and obtaining his license, Jose joined Rudd International Asset management in Sarasota working as the Assistant Portfolio manager.

Keith Pittenger







Browyn Sherman

Administrative Manager

Browyn began working for the foundation in an administrative capacity in 2016. She earned her Bachelors Degree in Theatre Arts from Loyola University Chicago and has since spent time working with a variety of non-profit organizations. She recently participated in the Next Generation Fellows program through Exponent Philanthropy where she enjoyed learning more about ways to support non-profit organizations.

Page Knoebel

Board Member

Page has a BS from Boston University and attended University of Chicago's 190 Program for her MBA. She traded short term Treasury Notes for Morgan Stanley in New York City and then, returned to Chicago to join the Futures Exchanges. She was a member of both the Chicago Board of Trade and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and ran the floor operation on both exchanges for Sanwa Bank. She is now self employed as a futures index trader.
Page and her husband moved to Florida in January of 2000 and met Floyd and Flo Johnson when she and Michael  needed a home for Satchel's Last Resort, a last chance animal rescue and sanctuary they founded.  Satchels saves dogs and cats from area shelters and municipalities that would otherwise be euthanized due to behavioral or medical issues. It's a cause that was very dear to the Johnsons, and Page and Michael not only rented property from them for the rescue, but also became their friends. Page is honored to have been asked by Flo to join the board of the Johnson Foundation.