Enzian Announces Two New Governing Board Members, Jeff Schenck Leaving After 8 Years of Service
Enzian Announces Two New Governing Board Members,
Jeff Schenck Leaving After 8 Years of Service
Orlando, FL (June 10, 2014) – After eight years of service on the Enzian Governing Board, Jeff Schenck has announced that he will step down. "It has been a tremendous pleasure to serve on the Enzian Board. The scale allows each member to make a real and immediate difference in the direction and professionalism of the Enzian product. Enzian has emerged in the last eight years into a profitable and sustainable entity with a greatly expanded appeal to the arts community. I am especially proud of the work being done on the current screen expansion project and am a happy contributor to the effort."
Enzian is proud to announce and welcome two new governing board members, Edye Murphy-Haddock and Allan Enright Keen. These governing board changes ensure that Enzian will continue to thrive and grow for years to come.
Edye Murphy-Haddock is a director for the Haddock Family Foundation and the Trust Foundation. She is a board member of Sungate, Inc. the business advisor to SunGate Companies and the Haddock Family Trusts and Foundations. She is a commercial real estate broker licensed in Florida and North Carolina with a specialty in Hotel/Motel brokerage and investment properties. Edye has attained the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation, one of only 6% of commercial real estate practitioners nationwide. She is past president of the Metrolina Commercial Listing Exchange for the Charlotte Metropolitan area and past Realtor of the Year of the Charlotte Board of Realtors. Edye is married to Ed Haddock and has six sons.
Allan Enright Keen received a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Economics from Rollins College, and a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins. In 2010, an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters (LHD) degree was awarded to Mr. Keen at the college’s annual Commencement. He is the Chairman and CEO of The Keewin Real Property Company, a real estate development, investment, and brokerage company located in Winter Park, FL. Founded in 1978, Keewin had entitled, developed and/or marketed over 16,000 single-family and townhome residential lots, making the company the largest residential lot developer in Central Florida. In addition, the Company has represented numerous corporations and other clients in the acquisition of real estate, including acting as the exclusive real estate broker for the purchase of over 1,000 acres of land that is today Universal Studios Florida. Mr. Keen was featured in a front-page article in the Wall Street Journal in May 1986.
Elected to Rollins College Board of Trustees in 1989, Mr. Keen served as Chairman of the Rollins Board from 2006-2008, and continues to serve on the Board, and is a member of the Executive Committee of the College. In 2009, Keen was elected as a Founding Board Member of The Catholic Foundation of Central Florida, Inc., and in December 2011 was elected Chairman of its Board and served in that capacity until January 2014. He is Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of BankFIRST, a Winter Park-based community bank, and immediate past Chairman of the Winter Park Health Foundation Board of Trustees. Mr. Keen is also past Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Valencia Community College and a member of the Economic Development Commission of Mid-Florida.
He is married to Linda and has two daughters, and is a member of St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church in Winter Park.
Enzian is Central Florida’s only full-time, not-for-profit cinema for first-run independent and international film, classic revivals, documentary features, and select family entertainment. Enzian, a member-supported organization serving the community for more than 28 years, is home to the Florida Film Festival and Eden Bar.
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