William D. Kent Appointed to Pinellas County Advisory Board
TAMPA, Fla., Jan. 19, 2017 – The Bank of Tampa today announced the appointment of William “Bill” Kent to the advisory board for its Pinellas County Division.
“All of us at The Bank of Tampa are pleased to welcome Bill to the Pinellas County advisory board,” said Scott Gault, Pinellas County market president at The Bank of Tampa. “Bill’s significant leadership experience and lifelong Pinellas roots will enable him to provide our Pinellas County advisory board with valuable insight as we continue to expand throughout Pinellas County. We look forward to the growth and success we experience in Pinellas County through Bill’s guidance.”
Kent has been with George F. Young, Inc., a full-service consulting firm based in St. Petersburg, since 1990. He has served as chief financial officer since 2000, and was additionally appointed to president in 2003.
Kent is a member of the Real Estate Investment Council and the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Senior Executives Institute (SEI). He currently serves on the board for several organizations including St. Anthony’s Hospital, Baycare Medical Group and the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce. Additionally, Kent serves on the Salvation Army of South Pinellas advisory board. Kent holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration from the University of Florida.
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