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Central Development

Meg Hendryx
Assistant Vice President

Donor David Nelms Visit
1611905-PHO-ENG-DonorDavidNelmsVisit
Project Lead: Aaron Daye
Status: Completed

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Leadership Review Date08-10-2020Proposed Start Date11-02-2016
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Media coverage of Potential Donor David Nelms, CEO of Discover Financial visit to the University of Florida
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Aaron Daye
Aaron Daye
Brenton Richardson
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Meg Hendryx
Assistant Vice President Central Development
mhendryx@uff.ufl.edu (352) 392-8983
Created on Nov.  2, 2016 at  6:57 PM (EDT). Last updated by Aaron Daye on Dec. 15, 2016 at 11:01 AM (EST). Owned by Daye, Aaron.
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