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Southwest Florida Players - May 2006

Amy Keller | 5/1/2006

» Shelley G. Broader, formerly president and COO for Sweetbay and Kash N' Karry ["Food, Glorious Food," November 2005, FloridaTrend.com], was promoted to CEO at the Tampa-based supermarket chain.

» Ashok Dhingra, a vice president for financial and administrative services at Southwest Tennessee Community College for the past two years, was named vice chancellor for administration and finance at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg.

» Chase Wolf, former president of Miami-based Pegasus Development, is the new vice president of operations for Sembler Co.

» Gonzalo Romero, former corporate vice president of planning and design for Beazer Homes USA, was named vice president of planning and development for the Bonita Bay Group, and Scott Whitney was named vice president of business development.

» Greg Williams was promoted from executive vice president to president of NGI, a Tampa-based graphic imaging solutions company.

» Janet McNew, provost and dean of faculty at Illinois Wesleyan University, was named provost and vice president for academic affairs at the University of Tampa.

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