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Joseph Szwanke
Assistant Director of Donor Relations

Sachio Semmoto Thank You Video
17071591-ENG-SachioSemmotoThankYouVideo
Project Lead: Brenton Richardson
Status: On Hold

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Leadership Review Date08-10-2020Proposed Start Date07-25-2017
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Helen Goh at College of Engineering reached out to Communications and Principal Gifts about a Thank You video to honor Sachio Semmoto for his 1.5M gift. At a minimum, this could just be a montage of short Thank You messages from administration, faculty, and students. At most, this could resemble the Joe Hernandez AGG video, with administration and faculty speaking about the needs of the college and including Sachio Semmoto as part of the answer as to how they'll reach their goals. It could possibly incorporate a sound bite or 2 from Sachio's 2016 interview in EAH. They're looking to get Dean Abernathy, 1 or 2 faculty members, and a few students on camera.
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Joseph Szwanke
Assistant Director of Donor Relations Engineering
jszwanke@eng.ufl.edu
Created on July 25, 2017 at  9:47 AM (EDT). Last updated by Katie Clemen on Aug.  4, 2017 at  4:54 PM (EDT). Owned by Richardson, Brenton.
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