Scott Hopes nominated for USF Board of Trustees
Gov. Rick Scott has appointed businessman Scott Hopes to the University of South Florida Board of Trustees, succeeding Tampa's Fowler White Boggs law firm CEO Rhea Law for a term ending in 2018. The Florida Senate must confirm the appointment.
Hopes, 52, is a USF alum, earning both an undergraduate degree and master's of public health from the school. He is chairman and CEO of CliniLinc, a medical technology and services company. Hopes, of Homestead, is a member of the Florida Public Health Association and a founding member of the Inter-American Society of Chemotherapy.