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Keith McKinney Joins Prestigious Business Executives On USF Advisory Board

By Star Report 1 min read

New Home Star is proud to announce that Keith McKinney, VP of Organizational Development, was invited to join the University of South Florida Digital Marketing Advisory Board. The invitation came July 11 and was extended to Keith based on his personal and professional accomplishments at New Home Star.

Keith will join a group of diverse, innovative, and accomplished executives on the Digital Marketing Advisory Board, which oversees the Muma College of Business at the University of South Florida (USF). “It was an honor to receive an invitation to join a Board of such intelligent, outstanding executives. I am excited to join the USF community and contribute my expertise and experiences,” McKinney said.

The Board oversees and reviews course offerings for the community and upholds the reputation of the school. Additionally, Keith will be visiting classrooms and conferences to contribute his expertise from the professional world to ensure that students are experiencing a beneficial education. 

As an industry leader and professional, Keith will ensure that USF’s education is relevant and shapes students into innovative leaders that can manage the demands of the business world today.  

Keith has served as New Home Star’s VP of Organizational Development since the company started in November of 2008. He has nearly 20 years of experience in the real estate industry, and he has established himself as a real estate thought leader. His contribution has been instrumental in empowering and mentoring sales leaders within New Home Star and propelling them to succeed. 

New Home Star congratulates Keith on his new role and looks forward to seeing the impact he leaves on the USF community. 

Originally published Sep 6, 2018 under Newsroom, updated May 14, 2021

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