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Florida Governor Reappoints Fischler School professor to Florida Fund for minority Teachers


Ken Dose, Ed.D.


NSU’s Fischler School of Education and Human Services is proud to announce that program professor Ken Dose, Ed.D., has been reappointed to the Board of Directors for the Florida Fund for Minority Teachers.

Former Florida Governor Charlie Crist recently selected Dose and six other community leaders to serve in this capacity. Dose, 61, a Wilton Manors resident, will continue his service for a term beginning Dec. 20, 2010 and ending June 20, 2013.

In addition to Dose, those appointed to the group’s Board of Directors from Dec. 20, 2010 to June 20, 2013 include:

  • Piyush C. Agrawal, 74, of Weston, president and chief executive officer of APS Technologies Inc.
  • Charles P. Ervin Jr., 68, of Tallahassee, associate professor at Florida A&M University
  • Charles L. Evans Sr., 65, of Tallahassee, professor at Florida A&M University
  • Diane B. Briscoe, 62, of Tampa, director of Student Academic Services for the College of Education at the University of South Florida, succeeding German Munoz
  • Benjamin B. Cowins Sr., 71, of Miami Gardens, retired educator for Miami-Dade County Public Schools, succeeding Ami Porzio

For more information about the Florida Fund for Minority Teachers, please visit www.ffmt.org.