Boca Raton software entrepreneur Brad Levine is headed for a second five-year term on the board of trustees at Florida Atlantic University.
Gov. Ron DeSantis reappointed Levine, who’s served on the 13-member board since 2018 when former Gov. Rick Scott appointed him to the post.
He became Chair last May.
The CEO of tech developer Tellus LLC and senior vice president of Netsmart, among other roles, Levine also served as an appointed Florida Board of Medicine member from 2009 to 2013 under former Gov. Charlie Crist.
DeSantis previously tapped Levine to sit on the Florida Blockchain Task Force in late 2019.
– Jesse Scheckner, Florida Politics