2004 Articles: page 4


Collin Austin (BABA ’04) | November 2015

Collin (BABA 2004) is the Owner of New Scooters 4 Less, which opened a second location in Gainesville in August. The business first opened in 2004, and is a leading provider of scooters to UF students. The new location is located

Joe Ketterer (BABA ’04, MHA ’06) | August 2015

Joe (BABA 2004, MHA 2006) was named Vice President of Physician Practice Management at Bay Medical Center Sacred Heart Health System in Panama City, Fla. He previously served as Physician Practice Administrator for Community Health Systems (CHS) in Bullhead City,

Michael Gutman (BSBA ’04, MBA ’10) | June 2015

Michael (BSBA 2004, MBA 2010) was recently appointed Vice President and Business Banker, Broward County at City National Bank of Florida. He most recently served as Vice President and Relationship Manager with Capital Bank’s commercial banking group.

Guillermo Diaz (BSME ’98, MBA ’04) | April 2015

Guillermo (BSME 1998, MBA 2004) is a Partner and Founder of Chacon Diaz & Di Virgilio Wealth Management, which was named to the inaugural 2015 Gator100. Guillermo specializes in executive compensation, portfolio management, and securities analysis.

Erin O’Mahoney (BSBA ’04, FABA ’04) | February 2015

Erin (BSBA 2004, FABA 2004) has been named Director of Development at the Palm Beach Symphony. She spent the past 10 years in New York City, working in the luxury marketing field for De Beers, H.Stern and Asprey.

Brett Keyser (BSBA ’04, MBA ’09) | February 2015

Brett (BSBA 2004, MBA 2009), a Sales Associate and Realtor with RE/MAX Alliance Group in Sarasota, was named the 2014 Member of the Year for the Southwest Florida Chapter of BNI which consists of 50 chapters and 1500+ members. BNI

Kyle Kaplan (BSBA ’04) | July 2014

Kyle (BSBA 2004) is the new MBA Program Director and Assistant Professor of Business Law and Management at Carson-Newman University in Jefferson City, Tennessee. Additionally, Kyle is the owner and CEO of PLAYRITE, LLC, the premier sports and recreation construction