DeSantis appoints 3 GNV leaders to Academic Board

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks as Attorney General Ashley Moody looks on at a rally in Newberry.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
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Gov. Ron DeSantis appointed three Gainesville people to the Florida School for Competitive Academics Board of Trustees on Thursday.

Ethan Fieldman, Will Frazer and Dr. Jason Rosenberg are among seven nominees selected by DeSantis. The appointments must now undergo confirmation by the Florida Senate.

Fieldman is the CEO of Curio XR and is the current Chair of CareerSource North Central Florida. He earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from UF.

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Frazer is a math teacher who founded the Buchholz math team in 1998 that has won 15 national championships. He is a former Wall Street accountant and serves as a regional director of the Florida Association of Mu Alpha Theta. Frazer earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from UF.

Rosenberg is a plastic and reconstructive surgeon at The Orthopedic Institute in Gainesville. He served in the U.S. Air Force Medical Corps Reserve and was previously appointed to the UF Board of Trustees. Rosenberg earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology, his master’s degree in anatomy, and his Doctor of Medicine from UF.

The other four people appointed to the board included Michael Grego of Palm Harbor, Bethany McAlister of Tallahassee, Thomas Grady of Naples and Andrea Keiser of Delray Beach.

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