FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Larry Krause
407-531-1222, Ext. 2082
CareerSource Central Florida Announces New Board Members
Orlando, FL – CareerSource Central Florida (CSCF) is pleased to announce that Mr. David Sprinkle, Dr. John Gyllin, and Ms. Keira des Anges have been added to the CSCF Board of Directors.
Mr. Sprinkle is founder and managing partner for Veritas Recruiting Group, LLC, and will serve in the private-sector seat representing Business – Seminole County. Dr. Gyllin, Vice President of Resource and Economic Development, Seminole State College, will serve in the public seat representing Education and Training Provider – Adult Education and Literacy. Ms. Des Anges is the Vocational Rehabilitation Area Supervisor, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation for the Florida Department of Education, and will serve in the public seat representing Government Representative – Vocational Rehabilitation. Each has been appointed to a term of three years.
Sprinkle is the first member of the board from the staffing and recruiting field, bringing over 20 years of experience in the employment industry to the group. Prior to founding Veritas in 2009, he built multiple teams of successful recruiters as an executive with a large national Accounting, Finance, and Administrative staffing firm.
Gyllin is an executive with more than 20 years of experience in higher education administration, including advancement and fundraising. Since joining the College in 2011, Seminole State has been the recipient of six gifts of more than $1 million, and also completed a successful comprehensive campaign in 2016, surpassing its $12 million goal by $1.5 million.
des Anges has been involved in vocational rehabilitation for nearly two decades, where she has collaborated with educators and community partners to oversee programs such as the School-to-Work Transition Program, with over 25 high schools in Orange and Seminole counties. As area supervisor, she leads her team of dedicated professionals to provide ever-increasing services for students with disabilities throughout the region.