Marti LaTour
Joined the Board of Directors in July 2024

Marti M. LaTour

Board Member
Director of Marketing for the A.I.D. Group and Limited Partner of BELLE Capital, LP Business Professional & Philanthropist

Why I Support the Community Foundation

“I have always felt that the Community Foundation is by far the best way to ensure your donations are going to the right organizations to truly make a difference in our community. Much of Community Foundation’s work is spent on due diligence of our non-profits in the community. Their sharing that knowledge helps our community philanthropists make good decisions on their spending. Together they make an immense impact in our community and to the lives of those who live here.”
Joined the Board of Directors in July 2024
Community Foundation Involvement
Marti is currently on the boards of the Palm Beach County Food Bank as Chair, Economic Council of Palm Beach County, Florida Atlantic University’s Tech Runway, Benzaiten Center for Creative Arts, LIFE Foundation, Palm Beach Round Table, and Investment Committee for the Community Foundation of Palm Beach & Martin Counties. She has served as a member of the Criminal Justice Commission of Palm Beach County, the Kravis Center Corporate Partner’s Executive Committee and Friends of the Kravis Center, Advisory Board for Cystic Fibrosis, and board member of YWCA, Florida Atlantic University’s College of Arts and Letters, Angel Forum of Florida, and Keep Florida Beautiful.
Career Prospectus
Marti M. LaTour is Director of Marketing for The A.I.D. Group, a wealth management firm. She is also a limited partner of BELLE Capital, LP, a women’s angel fund that invests in women owned or run start-up companies. She previously served as a Vice President Wealth Advisor at BMO Private Bank and at Bernstein Global Wealth Management.
Marti carries Series 7 and 66 licenses. Prior to the financial industry, she was Vice President of the Florida Division of PepsiAmericas, where she directed a 640-person sales operation and was a founding member of the firm’s Diversity Advisory Council. She then worked for PepsiCo as one of six business-unit sales directors for Walmart/Sam’s accounts in the U.S. responsible for net sales of $346 million and directed fifteen key account managers throughout the Southeast.
Community and Philanthropic Highlights
  • Marti has been listed in Florida Trend magazine’s “Must-Know Contacts” of Palm Beach County and The Palm Beach 100 Most Influential Business Leaders.
  • She was awarded the Women in Leadership Award by the Executive Women of the Palm Beaches, United Way’s Hunger Hero of Palm Beach County, Urban League of Palm Beach County’s Community Service Award, and nominated for the Athena Award of Palm Beach County and Women of the Year by the Northern Palm Beach Chamber.
  • Marti is an alum of Leadership Florida Cornerstone Class 38.