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Amorim, C. He is licensed to practice law in Ohio and Florida. He was appointed to a vacant seat on the New College board for a term beginning June 7, , and ending January 6, Elaine M. Keating is a local philanthropist. She and her late husband, Ed Keating, and The Keating Foundation have supported interests in numerous local arts, social service, and educational initiatives. Keating is former president of E. Mason, Inc. In addition to being a trustee of New College Foundation where she chaired the Student Activities Committee, she has held and continues to hold seats on many other boards.
Keating is a graduate of Carleton College and a resident of Longboat Key. Re-appointed by the Governor; term ends January Her term began on September 4, , and ends on January 1, Lilly currently serves as a trustee for Sarah Lawrence College and is involved in early stage investing across the U. He was appointed by the Board of Governors to a term beginning January 21, and ending January 6, For the past 12 years, George A.
Skestos has lived on Longboat Key, Florida. He served three years in the U. Originally appointed by the Board of Governors to complete the term of the late J. Robert Peterson which ended on January 6, , he was reappointed to a second term which ends on January 6, He previously served on the New College Foundation Board. A serial entrepreneur, he and his wife Susan, also a New College graduate, live in Sarasota. Appointed by Governor Scott, he succeeds Steven Snyder in a term beginning February 8, and ending January 6, Time is set aside at each meeting for members of the public to submit questions, comments, and concerns.
Members of the public are asked to complete a public comment form specifying the matter on which they wish to speak. These forms will be available at the public information table at each full board meeting and must be submitted prior to the start of the meeting. To submit a public comment at Board meetings that are held via teleconference, contact the Office of General Counsel at Comment forms must be returned prior to the date of the teleconference meeting.
A group or faction wishing to address the Board will designate a representative to speak on its behalf. Individuals and representatives of groups will be allotted three minutes; however, this time limit may be modified at the discretion of the chair. To see public notices and agendas of upcoming meetings, click here. Saturday, September 7, at am at Sudakoff Conference Center.