TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — As we speak, Governor Ron DeSantis introduced the appointment of Amy Grissom, William “Brent” McNeal, and Rosemary “Rose” Miles and the reappointment of Robert Melia and Donald Moran to the Florida Unbiased Dwelling Council.
Grissom, of Monticello, is the Chief Govt Officer of Florida Companies Serving the Blind. She is a former Contract Administration Supervisor for the Florida Division of Corrections and the Florida Division of Schooling. Grissom earned her bachelor’s diploma in enterprise administration from Saint Leo College.
William “Brent” McNeal
McNeal, of Tallahassee, is the Director of Vocational Rehabilitation for the Florida Division of Schooling. He presently serves on the CareerSource Florida Board of Administrators, the Florida Endowment Basis for Vocational Rehabilitation, the Florida Rehabilitation Council, and the State Advisory Committee for the Schooling of Distinctive College students. McNeal earned his bachelor’s diploma in psychology from Wake Forest College and his juris physician from Florida State College.
Rosemary “Rose” Miles
Miles, of Rockledge, is the Govt Director of the House Coast Heart for Unbiased Dwelling. She is the present President of the Florida Affiliation of Facilities for Unbiased Dwelling and a present member of the Nationwide Honest Housing Affiliation. Miles earned her bachelor’s diploma in group administration from Warner College.
Melia, of Orlando, is a Spinal Wire Community Coordinator at Orlando Health. He’s a member of the Transportation Deprived Native Coordinating Board and the Better Orlando Spinal Cord Injury Community. Melia earned his bachelor’s diploma in political science and his grasp’s diploma in public administration from Florida Worldwide College.
Moran, of Jacksonville, is employed by Numotion, a wheelchair and mobility tools firm. He’s a volunteer with the Sulzbacher Heart for Homelessness. Moran earned his bachelor’s diploma in communication and promoting from the College of North Florida.