Five Named to Posts at International College
International College has taken steps to further enrich its leadership by adding three new people to its President’s Council and two new people to its Board of Trustees.
Those named to the International College Board of Trustees, the governing board responsible for policy-making decisions, are:
Colleen Kvetko, president and CEO of Fifth Third Bank. She joined Fifth Third Bank in 1987, but assumed her current position in 1992. She has more than 28 years of banking experience. Civically, Kvetko sits on the Board of Directors for the NCH Foundation and the Florida Bankers Association. She is past campaign Chair of the United Way of Collier County, co-founded the Naples Chapter of the Executive Women’s Golf Association, and was recently named Gulfshore Business Magazine Businesswoman of the Year.
Richard L. Woodruff, Vice President and Principal of WilsonMiller, a multidisciplinary planning, design, and engineering firm. The nationally recognized planner has more than 28 years of experience as a public sector manager. Most recently, Woodruff was City Manager for the City of Naples, which included overseeing such projects as the revitalization of 5th Avenue South. Woodruff also is Chair of the Gulf Citrus Growers Association Associates Member Committee.
Those named to the International College President’s Council, who assist the College in development and fundraising projects, are:
Sue Goby, owner of Business Solutions of Naples, an accounting and tax firm specializing in small business and individual taxes. Goby, who graduated from International College in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in business management, has more than 11 years of tax accounting experience. She also serves on the College’s Capital Campaign Committee, and is past president of the Southwest Florida Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners.
Julie Schmelzle, Bank of America’s Commercial Growth Group Senior Vice President and Senior Client Manager. Prior to her current position, Schmelzle was an originator and underwriter for Florida Commercial Mortgage. She has 16 years of banking experience, currently serves as chair of Leadership Collier, and, in 2001, was co-chair of the International College Business Phase Campaign.
Marjorie Rubacky, Art League of Bonita Springs board member. Rubacky was former chair of the capital campaign of the Art League, was a former member of the Charter Class of Leadership Bonita, and was previously a member of the Leadership Bonita Steering Committee of the Bonita Springs Area Chamber of Commerce.
International College President Terry McMahan believes the new members will help further advance the College’s mission because of their diverse business backgrounds and community involvement.
“All five appointees will be outstanding assets to our organization. They all get involved and make a difference,” McMahan said.
Lou Traina, Vice President of Institutional Advancement added, “All of our new appointees recognize the link and service that International College provides in helping to build the quality of life in the community.”