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Division of Public Relations and Marketing Communications
Nova Southeastern University
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33314-7796

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(800) 541-6682 x25353
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Realizing Potential: Community Leaders Rally Behind NSU

Realizing Potential – The Campaign for Nova Southeastern University is fortunate to benefit from the extraordinary dedication of our volunteer leadership. These leading members of the community have committed their time, energy, and personal generosity to champion NSU’s first comprehensive fund-raising campaign.

“We have tcampaign- LandingPageGraphiche potential to give back in a big way and leave our legacy by shaping generations of leaders,” said Campaign Leadership Cabinet Chair and NSU Trustee J. Kenneth Tate.

“I am proud to be a supporter of Nova Southeastern University and to be a part of the Realizing Potential campaign,” added Lorraine Thomas, honorary co-chair of NSU’s Campaign Leadership Cabinet. “My late husband, Dave, and I always believed in giving people opportunities to make themselves shine and NSU has very similar values. This is truly about giving people the tools they need to be successful and make a positive difference in the world.”
The 28 members of NSU’s Campaign Leadership Cabinet are: J. Kenneth “Kenny” Tate, chair; Lorraine Thomas, honorary co-chair; Joel and Beverly R. Altman; Bonnie Barnett; Alligator Ron Bergeron; Elliot Borkson, J.D.; James and Cathy Donnelly; Patricia Du Mont; Ray Floyd, Gerald Greenspoon, J.D.; Mark Grosvenor, Guy Harvey, Ph.D.; Joel Hochberg; David Horvitz; H. Wayne and Marti Huizenga; Alice Jackson; Rick Latta; Bill Matz; Rose Miniaci; Ramola Motwani; Stephen Ross; Barry Somerstein, J.D.; Terry Stiles; Jason Taylor; and Enrique Vila del Corral.

Joining the cabinet in leading the effort to raise $250 million through philanthropy by 2020 is NSU’s Board of Trustees: Ronald G. Assaf, Chair; Barry J. Silverman, M.D., Vice Chair; George L. Hanbury II, Ph.D., President and CEO; W. Tinsley Ellis, J.D., Secretary; Walter L. Banks, Sr.; Mitchell W. Berger, J.D.;Keith A. Brown; Rick Case; R. Douglas Donn; Arthur J. Falcone; Silvia M. Flores, M.D.; Steven J. Halmos; Carol M. Harrison; Susanne Hurowitz; Mike Jackson; Royal F. Jonas, J.D.;

Milton L. Jones, Jr.; Barbara Trebbi Landry; Alan B. Levan; Nell McMillan Lewis, Ed. D.; Albert J. Miniaci; Samuel F. Morrison; Charles L. Palmer; Martin R. Press, J.D.; Paul M. Sallarulo; Phillip P. Smith; J. Kenneth Tate; Zachariah P. Zachariah, M.D.; Michael J. Zager; together with Ex-Officio Members Melanie G. May, J.D., Chair, Shepard Broad College of Law Board of Governors; George I. Platt, J.D., Chair, Farquhar Honors College Board of Advisors; Joel B. Ronkin, Chair, NSU University School Headmaster’s Advisory Board; and Tony Segreto, Chair, NSU Athletics Advisory Council; and also Chancellor Ray Ferrero, Jr., J.D.; and President Emeritus Abraham S. Fischler, Ed.D.