MELBOURNE,FLA.—Bino Campanini, Florida Institute of Technology assistant vice president for alumni relations has been promoted to vice president for alumni affairs.
Earning a bachelor’s degree in 1990 and an MBA in 1992 from the university, Campanini served on the Florida Tech Board of Trustees 2005-2010. That year he joined the university and the Florida Tech Alumni Association. He oversees all alumni activities, including outreach—nationally and internationally—as well as all homecoming events, including the Alumni Awards Gala. He is a member of Florida Tech’s strategic planning group and a member of the Florida Tech Sports Hall of Fame selection committee.
“Florida Tech has greatly benefitted in many ways from Bino’s leadership, energy, intelligence, broad knowledge of this institution, loyalty, creativity and determination. He has been a student here, a trustee and the leader of the Office of Alumni Affairs. We are very pleased that Bino will continue as a vice president to lend his talents to the realization of Florida Tech’s many goals,” said Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer Susan St. Onge.
Campanini, who has been recognized for his leadership and his work in the community, received the prestigious LEAD Brevard Emerging Leader Award in 2006 as well as a Distinguished Leadership Award from the Community Leadership Association in 2008. Spacecoast Business magazine named him as one of the “Top 100 Most Influential Business Leaders” in April 2008.
Campanini represented Florida Tech in NCAA Division II Soccer, winning a national championship in 1988 as a player and as a member of the coaching staff in 1991. He is a member of the Florida Tech Sports Hall of Fame and the Sunshine State Conference Hall of Fame; he also was selected for the Sunshine State Conference Silver Anniversary soccer team.
Before coming to work at Florida Tech, Campanini was in the corporate world for 17 years. He served as chief executive officer for Cape Canaveral-based Stottler Stagg & Associates Architects Engineers Planners Inc., from 2000-2010.
He resides in Satellite Beach with his wife Trish and three children, including daughter Isabella, a Florida Tech freshman majoring in forensic psychology.