Jim Soroka is a member of the board of directors of the White Mountain Aquatic Foundation, a 501(3)c nonprofit organization that was created to establish a multiple-use aquatic center in the Mt. Washington Valley in the state of New Hampshire. The purpose of the proposed aquatic center is to provide aquatic education, recreation, safety, competition, fitness and rehabilitation services to the local community that will enhance the health and quality of life, and strengthen the ties of community for its residents and visitors.
Soroka is a graduate of the University of Miami and President of Soroka Builders who recently retired from the home builder/light construction business. He has built over thirty homes, numerous additions, and remodeling projects in and around the Mount Washington Valley area.
Originally from Connecticut, Soroka is an avid sports enthusiast, playing in local baseball leagues for 20 years, a surfer, a nationally ranked swimmer in his U.S. Masters Swimming age group, and is currently on the New England age group top 10 all time performances list. He also does triathlons with a national ranking. He has donated time and money to many projects such as playground construction at Conway Elementary, baseball dugout construction, coaching baseball, basketball, football, and a volunteer at numerous sporting events.
White Mountain Aquatic Foundation
The White Mountain Aquatic Foundation leadership includes Jeff Rothen (President), Maury McKinney (Vice President), Nelle Killourie (Treasurer), Tricia Mattox-Larson (Secretary), Bob Magg (Board Member), Bob Schrader (Board Member), David Shafer (Board Member), and Jim Soroka (Board Member).