Florida Blue Key Fall 2013 Exec Board
Brock A. Hankins
Brock A. Hankins
Brock A. Hankins is a fourth year law student from Daytona Beach, FL. In law school, Brock currently serves as the Executive Communications Editor for the Florida Law Review, the Treasurer of the Law College Council, and on the Governing Board for the John Marshall Bar Association. Prior to law school, Brock graduated from UF with a B.S. in Biology and a B.A. in Economics. As an undergraduate, Brock was a student assistant to the President of UF, President of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, a member of the Stephen C. O’Connell Center Advisory Committee, a member of the Greek Judicial Board in the Dean of Students Office, and a J. Wayne Reitz Scholar. Brock was tapped into Florida Blue Key in Fall of 2007, and has since served as the Director of Finance for Speakers Bureau, Director of Public Relations for Florida Blue Key, and has served on both the Honorary Tapping Committee and the Search Committee.
Vice President of Membership
Logan Harrison is currently working on obtaining his Masters of Science in Business Management from the University of Florida . Originally from Pensacola, Florida, Logan graduated with his B.S in Political Science at UF in the Spring of 2013. During his undergraduate career Logan served in a variety of positions. Most notable was his time spent as the Senate President Pro Tempore of the UF Student Senate, followed later by being elected Senate President. Logan also served as the Rules and Ethics Chairman within Senate, Executive Initiatives Coordinator for Student Government, a Vice Chairman of Chomp The Vote, and held leadership positions within ACCENT Speakers Bureau, Homecoming and Gator Growl, and Florida Blue Key Speakers Bureau. Logan also served upon the Parking and Transportation Committee and Local Fee Committee for the University of Florida. Logan was tapped into Florida Blue Key in the Spring of 2012 and as since served on the Tapping Committee of Florida Blue Key.
Vice President of Alumni Affairs
Garrick Harding is a second year law student from Merritt Island, FL. In law school, Garrick made Dean’s List in his first semester, serves as the Treasurer for the Association for Law and Business, is a student representative for the BAR prep company BarBri, and recently completed an externship with the Brevard County Attorney’s Office where he was trusted to draft an amicus curiae brief to the U.S. Supreme Court for the upcoming case Greece v. Galloway. The summer before entering law school, Garrick worked as Florida Speaker Designate Steve Crisafulli’s campaign manager after graduating from UF with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Business. As an undergraduate, Garrick was Homecoming General Chairman in 2011, worked on Gator Growl 2010 and 2009, interned at the Alachua County Courthouse, served as a teaching assistant for Business Law professors Emerson and Kabler, and was involved in Student Government. Garrick was tapped into Florida Blue Key in Spring of 2010, and has served on the Honorary Tapping Committee and the Tapping Book Revisions Committee.
Samuel Lifton is a senior working towards his combined M.S. in Sport Management from Coral Springs, FL. During his time at the University of Florida, Sam has been actively involved in ACCENT Speakers Bureau where he formerly held the position of Treasurer. Sam has worked as a volunteer for the University of Florida Athletic Association in the Marketing & Promotions department for the past five semesters. He has also served on the executive board of his fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Sam was tapped into Florida Blue Key in the Spring of 2012.
Jamie Heekin is a fourth year Nutritional Sciences major and Business Administration minor from Jacksonville, Florida. She is currently the Overall Director for Dance Marathon at the University of Florida, serving previously as the Community Events Overall Chair. During her time at the University of Florida, Jamie has served as the Director of Hospitality for Gator Growl, a member of the executive board for Kappa Delta sorority, and a Panhellenic Counselor. Jamie was tapped into Florida Blue Key in Fall 2012.
Megan L. Harmon
Gator Growl Producer
Megan L. Harmon
Megan L. Harmon is a fifth year Industrial and Systems Engineering major with minors in Sales Engineering and Business Administration. She is from Fort Lauderdale, Florida and was tapped into Florida Blue Key in Spring 2012.
Megan has served as the Associate Producer of Show and Director of Show for Gator Growl, the Vice President of Administration for Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, Director of Panhellenic Counselors for the Panhellenic Council, an active member of the Institute of Industrial Engineers, and a fourth year Dance Marathon dancer. She is extremely excited and honored to be the 2013 Gator Growl Executive Producer. Let the Gator Growl!
Homecoming General Chairman
Josh Strelzik is a fourth year double Finance and Information Systems & Operations Management major from Pembroke Pines, Florida. During his time at the University of Florida, Josh has been involved in Student Government Cabinet, ACCENT Speakers Bureau, Gator Growl, and Homecoming. He has also served on the executive board of his fraternity, Alpha Epsilon Pi. Within Gator Growl and Homecoming, Josh served as the Director of Web Design in 2011 and Associate Producer of Finance in 2012. Josh was tapped into Florida Blue Key in the Fall of 2011.
Speakers Bureau Chairman
Olivia is a fourth year Finance major from Deland, FL. During her time at the University of Florida, she has been involved in Enactus, the Florida Leadership Academy, Speaker’s Bureau and her sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha. She has served as an intern for First Lady Michelle Obama, Senator Marco Rubio and Representative Sandy Adams. This is her 7th year being involved in the Blue Key Speech and Debate tournament, first as a competitor, then on the tournament staff in 2010 and as the Director of Student Congress in 2011. She is excited to serve as the 2013 Florida Blue Key Speakers Bureau Chairwoman and to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the tournament.
Clay Townsend is a third year Pre-Med student majoring in Applied Physiology and Kinesiology from Orlando, Florida. Prior to serving as Florida Blue Key’s Divisions Coordinator, he served as the Director of Florida Blue Key’s Health Professions Day in 2012, and as an Assistant Director for the event in 2011. Clay also serves as the Director of Public Relations for Gator Innovators Student Government Agency, and was involved in the Make it Reitz Campaign to renovate and expand the Reitz Union. He is an active member of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity, in which he is the Campus Involvement Chairman, and is an Eagle Scout. Clay was tapped into Florida Blue Key in the Spring of 2013.
O’Connell Society Chairman
Stephen McLaughlin is a second year masters student pursuing a MS in Family, Youth, and Community Sciences with a specialization in Nonprofit Management from Royal Palm Beach, FL. In graduate school, Stephen has served as the Overall Chairman of Morale for Dance Marathon at UF, University of Florida Foundation Intern, and was a Gator Growl Talent Host. Prior to entering graduate school, he attended undergrad at the University of Florida earning a BS in Mechanical Engineering. In his undergraduate studies, he was a the president of his fraternity, Gator Growl Director of University Sales, Gator Growl talent host, Associate Chairman of the Florida Blue Key Mathematics Tournament, Dance Marathon Morale Captain, and Greek Conduct Committee Member. Stephen was tapped into Florida Blue Key in Fall 2008 and has been honored to previously serve the chapter’s Vice President of Alumni Affairs.
Executive at Large
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