January 18, 2017

Kelley Kronenberg Principal Partner Heath S. Eskalyo Appointed to the Leanda Cave Foundation Advisory Board

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.Heath S. Eskalyo, Principal Partner and Chief Financial Officer in the Fort Lauderdale office of Kelley Kronenberg, has been appointed to the Leanda Cave Foundation Advisory Board.

The Leanda Cave Foundation is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating opportunities for women in sport through triathlon. The foundation raises funds through sponsorship, on-line auction items and direct donation.  The funds raised will help develop an all-woman triathlon team and mentor program that will empower female athletes of all levels.  Team LC provides ambassadors with financial means, product endorsements, mentoring, coaching, camps and a supportive community that will enable the athletes to realize their dreams.

Leanda Cave is a four-time World Champion and ,in 2012, she became the first women to have won  both the Ironman 70.3 World Championships and Ironman World Championships. In the same year, she was also named as one of the “World’s Fittest Women” by CNN.

“Heath Eskalyo is fundamental to the success of the Team LC and we are proud to have him as one of our board members.  Heath demonstrates a depth of knowledge and understanding that far surpasses his position at Kelley Kronenberg,” said Leanda Cave. “Through his generosity of time and resources, Heath has helped Team LC to grow and, in turn, help many women nationwide become empowered through triathlon.  From the bottom of my heart and on behalf on Team LC, thank you Heath.”

Mr. Eskalyo directs Kelley Kronenberg’s philanthropic efforts and oversees the firm’s involvement in community events and fundraisers. Outside the office, he is a Sprint, Olympic, 70.3 and Ironman triathlete and the founder of the Tri Sharks, Inc., a nonprofit organization comprised of a dedicated group of triathletes who are senior level professionals committed to professional growth, business development, networking and philanthropy. Additionally, he co-founded Team Victory, a 501c3 nonprofit team that participates in triathlons to raise money and awareness on behalf of noteworthy charitable groups. He is also an advocate for The Children’s Tumor Foundation and serves on the Board of Directors for The Victory Center.

In his legal practice, Mr. Eskalyo focuses on Workers’ Compensation, OSHA, Defense Base Act claims, Insurance Fraud, Civil Liability, Construction Law and Occupational Accident and Truckers Occupational Insurance claims.