The UCF Foundation Board of Directors has elected three new members, Tandreia Bellamy ’98, Heather Pigman ’94 and Roger Zlotoff ’86. The board is composed of community leaders who volunteer their time to guide the foundation and has many different roles, including acting as a financial and investment advisor; assisting with real estate policies, procedures, potential transactions and other real estate issues affecting the foundation; providing general direction of fundraising plans; and managing and governing the business affairs of the foundation.


Tandreia Bellamy ’98 is a retired vice president of SCS (Supply Chain Solutions) Engineering at UPS in Alpharetta, Georgia. In this position, she directed all industrial engineering activities related to service improvement and cost reduction for the business unit’s key product offerings: distribution, service parts logistics, mail innovations, and air/ocean freight forwarding. In her nearly 35 years with UPS, she has held numerous management roles with the company. Prior to her supply chain roles at UPS, she was the west region vice president of Engineering, overseeing operations in 25 U.S. western states. She began her UPS career in 1986 as a part-time package handler while completing her undergraduate degree, and afterwards held various engineering and operations positions in Orlando and Atlanta. Bellamy began a supply chain consulting business in October 2021. In addition to her UCF education, Bellamy earned her undergrad degree in Industrial Engineering and Management Systems at Stanford University in 1989 and a master’s certificate in Project Management at George Washington University in 2000.


Heather Pigman ’94 is a partner at Hollingsworth LLP in Washington, D.C. Her practice includes the defense of complex civil litigation, with a focus on class actions, consolidated proceedings and high-profile litigation involving toxic tort, pharmaceutical, and other product liability-related claims. Heather also has substantial experience presenting, defending, and preparing expert witnesses in highly specialized fields, including multiple scientific disciplines. She routinely works with cross-disciplinary teams to formulate and coordinate medical and scientific defenses for large scale litigation matters. As a part of her medical and scientific endeavors, she regularly reviews various medical and scientific journals to identify potential litigation issues of interest to her clients. Heather created the Collins/Pigman Family Endowed Scholarship Fund.


Roger Zlotoff ’86 and his brother Paul Zlotoff are president and chairman respectively of Uniprop, Inc., a 40-year-old private company that invests in real estate and private equity. Founded in 1974 and headquartered in Birmingham, Michigan, Uniprop specializes in the acquisition, development, and management of a variety of commercial and residential real estate properties as well as North American companies. Their current real estate portfolio consists of properties located in 14 states and is valued at $500 million. Private equity investments are an eclectic mix of businesses, including portable storage container leasing, rail services and distribution, food processing, and experiential sports and entertainment properties. The only Florida property that Uniprop owns is Jamaica Bay, a 55+ community, in Fort Myers, Florida.


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