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July 18, 2018

Southwest Florida Roundup

Quick riser: Saint Leo University's provost makes a quick leap to president

Art Levy | 6/28/2018

Just four months after he was hired to be Saint Leo University’s first provost, Jeffrey D. Senese became the Catholic university’s acting president following William J. Lennox’s retirement in April.

Senese came to Saint Leo from Cardinal Stritch University in Wisconsin, where he was provost. He was looking for another job because he wanted to eventually be a college president.

Also in this article: Jeffrey D. Senese; William J. Lennox; Judah Longreer; Nickel Ride; Kelly Cullen; Kristen D. Adams; Nick LoCicero; Ami Desamours; Lee County Homeless Coaltion; Marco Island Area Association of Realtors; Naples Area Board of Realtors; Citrus Mutual; Mote Marine Laboratory; Superior Uniform Group; Tangerine Plaza; Riverwalk Place; Strategic Property Partners; Tampa Edition; Kiran Patel; Morphogenesis.

 

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