Peter Baronoff: A Significant Active Community Member of Florida

Although Peter Baronoff was born in New York in 1958, much of his adult and professional life has been dedicated to serve various communities in the State of Florida.  The pride and product of the University of South Florida with a degree in finance, Baronoff is a nationally recognized authority in the finance and healthcare industries chiefly on commercial and healthcare funding and the acquisition, management and acquisition of acute care hospital organizations. He is a prominent leader in the healthcare industry notable for effectively negotiating with senior government and elected officials on regulatory issues facing the Long-Term Acute Care Hospital  industry during his three-term presidency for the healthcare industry trade association, Washington-based Acute Long-Term Hospital Association (ALTHA) Board of Directors. 

With a flourishing 30-year career in finance and healthcare with numerous achievements to credit, Baronoff continues to focus on his aspirations to serve the community, particularly in Boca Raton, Florida. His altruistic ways provided mentoring, learning and job opportunities to countless economically disadvantaged and at-risk children, as well as those who have fallen victim to bullying and discrimination, neglect, abuse or placed in the foster care system. 

A board member, major contributor and advocate of The Haven, a nationally accredited group home for boys ages 9-17 in Boca Raton, and also a board of the non-sectarian League For Educational Awareness of the Holocaust (LEAH) that advocates respect and embracement of diversity, Peter Baronoff utilizes his reputation, position, and stalwart relationships to raise awareness and funds to support and encourage mentoring, as well as humanitarian and educational programming efforts for children, and at the Haven, to provide a safe, loving and stable environment that advances the development of self-esteem and independence while empowering each young man to reach his full potential. 

Recognized as a Distinguished Citizen by the Boy Scouts of America, Gulfstream Council, Peter Baronoff continues to grant priceless and countless ways and opportunities for the community’s young to excel in their chosen field by providing endless support and encouragement through various educational and outreach programs that enable the dynamic youth to fulfill their life goals and dreams. As an active community member who served terms as City Council Member, Deputy Mayor and Community Redevelopment Agency Chair, the well-being and safety of the Boca Raton city residents from children to seniors will always be of paramount priority.