Speaker Date Topic
Mike Hogan Feb 21, 2019
Duval County Supervisor of Elections
Duval County Supervisor of Elections

Our Mission Statement: www.duvalelections.com 

To preserve the liberty and the right to vote for all citizens by providing honest, fair, accurate and accessible elections with transparency and integrity.

Mike is a Jacksonville native (5th generation) and married to Judy Gunther of Tampa (46 years).  They have three children, eleven grandchildren (nine girls  and two boys).  Mike enjoys playing golf, some tennis, loves softball and the Florida Gators.  He was the Past President of Riverside Rotary and Chairman of the Board of 121 Financial Credit Union.

 

 

EDUCATION

  • Graduated from Paxon High School, Jacksonville
  • Florida Junior College at Jacksonville - A.A. Degree
  • University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida - B.A. Degree in Zoology

BUSINESS BACKGROUND

  • Science Teacher
  • Public Health Inspector
  • 25 years with AT&T - Marketing, Labor Relations, Real Estate, Claims and State Safety Manager
  • Holmes Lumber Company - VP Personnel
  • W.W. Gay - Telecommunications / Safety Consultant
  • Florida Public Employees Relations Commission
  • 2015 -Duval County Supervisor of Elections
Brenna Rowland & Camille Sicangco Mar 07, 2019
University of Florida Engineers Without Borders Peru Team
University of Florida Engineers Without Borders Peru Team

University of Florida’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders - USA, a group dedicated to enabling aspiring engineers to design and provide humanitarian aid to communities around the world. We are currently engaged in a five-year partnership with the community of Maras, Peru. This rural community has struggled greatly with water storage and water quality issues for many years, and our goal for the duration of our partnership is to improve the residents’ quality of life by developing more sustainable water infrastructure.

Last summer, a team of our students visited Maras to install an antibacterial/antimicrobial basin for the community’s elementary school to store drinking water in. This project was a huge success, and it provides up to 1100 liters of clean drinking water for the school throughout the day when running water is not available.

The team was also there to determine what project was the most urgent and would benefit the community the most for the upcoming year. We spoke with members of the community at a town hall that we hosted, and irrigation was a top priority of the community. This year, we are designing a reservoir that will capture rainwater and provide ample water to irrigate crops during the three-month dry season.

Learn more at: https://www.ufewbperu.com 

Paul Martinez - Boys & Girls Club of NE Florida Mar 21, 2019
Boys & Girls Club Panama
Boys & Girls Club Panama

Paul will be sharing with our club on how The Boys & Girls Club is making a difference in Panama

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