MELBOURNE, FLA.—Florida Institute of Technology alumnus Albino Campanini has been named assistant vice president for alumni relations at the university. He will also serve as executive director of the Florida Tech Alumni Association.
A 1990 and 1992 graduate of Florida Tech with a bachelor’s degree in communication and a master’s degree in business administration, Campanini was captain of the 1988 National Championship Soccer Team and an assistant coach of the 1991 champions. He has remained active in the university community, having served as a member of the Board of Trustees. He is also a past member of the Nathan M. Bisk College of Business’s Board of Overseers and the Alumni Board of Directors. His community involvement includes serving on the executive board of LEAD Brevard as its immediate past chairman, President of the Space Coast Tiger Bay Club, Board of Directors of the EDC of Florida’s Space Coast, the Brevard County Civilian-Military Council, and as a youth soccer coach.
“We are extremely proud that Bino will be putting his passion for Florida Tech to work with the Alumni Association,” said Ken Droscher, associate vice president for advancement. “We have a dedicated core of alumni who are committed to supporting this great university, and Bino’s energy and enthusiasm are an excellent fit as we expand our efforts.”
“I am looking forward to working at my alma mater and working with its alumni to help strengthen the university and its outreach,” Campanini said.
Most recently, Campanini served as Chief Executive Officer of Stottler Stagg & Associates, Architects, Engineers, Planners, Inc., headquartered in Cape Canaveral. He lives in Satellite Beach with his wife, Trish, and three children.