Dean Eisner, of Longboat Key, is joining Mote’s Board of Trustees. Eisner brings 30 years of experience from a background in business administration and management with a focus on finance, sales, marketing and public relations. Most recently, he served more than 11 years as president and CEO of Manheim in Atlanta.
“Mote is one of the most impressive ocean research facilities anywhere, and it is a jewel in our community — especially because it shares this exceptional science with people of all ages,” Eisner says.
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