Pat Sweet has had a long and varied career in urban housing, health care services, banking, and education in and around New Haven, Connecticut. She holds a BA from Smith College and an MBA from the University of New Haven. She has been the President of the Heritage Health Group of Waterbury, CT, the Senior Vice-President of Centerbank, a diversified financial service company now part of Wells Fargo, and Vice-president of the New Haven Regional Water Authority. She is currently Director of External Relations of Achievement First, a non-profit charter school management organization in New Haven, which has founded and operated 22 inner-city charter schools in New York City and New Haven. She has a distinguished record of community service including the Arts Council of Greater New Haven, the Community Foundations of Greater New Haven and Waterbury, CT, the University of New Haven’s board of directors, Yale New Haven Hospital, and the United Way of Greater New Haven. Her sister is the actress Holland Taylor, making Pat deeply connected to the world of theater.
Pat is an enthusiastic supporter of Gulfshore Playhouse, currently serving on the Marketing, Development and Capital Campaign committee. She has made a gift to both the Annual and Capital Campaign.