MELBOURNE, FLA.— Florida Institute of Technology recently recognized the addition of three distinguished leaders to its Board of Trustees. Nathan M. Bisk, Steven Freeman and Jonathan Zung are the newest members of Florida Tech’s leadership body.
Nathan M. Bisk is founder, chairman and chief executive officer of Bisk Education based in Tampa. He is a nationally known author of taxation, accounting and auditing texts, as well as continuing education programs. Additionally, he has pioneered the development, writing and production of audio, video and multimedia continuing education and distance online education programs.
Bisk earned a B.A. in Accounting from Franklin and Marshall College. He received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Florida College of Law.
Bisk is both an attorney and CPA in the State of Florida. He is a member of the Florida Institute of CPAs, AICPA, American Association of Attorney-CPAs, Florida Bar and American Bar Association. He is the namesake of the Nathan M. Bisk College of Business at Florida Tech.
Steven Freeman is Tampa Bay complex manager for Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in Tampa. His past positions have included serving as a financial adviser and manager for Merrill Lynch, as well as a branch manager for Morgan Stanley.
Freeman holds a B.S. in Finance and an M.B.A. in Business Management from Florida Tech.
Jonathan Zung is vice president at Bristol-Myers Squibb in Princeton, N.J. He is responsible for the integration of the $2.1 Billion acquisition of Medarex and for operations at the Medarex Bloomsbury, N.J., development site. He is also responsible for the leadership of the project management organization that consists of more than 60 staff and provides project management support across the Bristol-Myers Squibb R&D organization.
Zung joined Bristol-Myers Squibb in December 2001. Prior to that post, he was with Pfizer Global Research and Development from 1991-2001. At Pfizer he held positions with increasing responsibility in pharmaceutical sciences and in global project management.
Zung received his Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from Emory University and his B.S. in Chemistry from Florida Tech.
“We are proud to have these three outstanding individuals as members of our Board of Trustees,” said President Anthony J. Catanese. “We look forward to continuing to work together as we build a brighter future for Florida Tech.”