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Wildlife Foundation of Florida Inc

620 South Meridian Street

Tallahassee, Florida 32399

United States

Company Description

The Wildlife Foundation of Florida, Inc. was formed on September 29, 1994, as a nonprofit organization to provide assistance, funding and promotional support to contribute to the health and well-being of Florida's fish and wildlife resources and their hab ... more

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Employment History

Managing Partner

Group Solutions Inc

Trainer and Consultant

BellSouth Corporation

Education

degrees

Economics and Political Science

Emory University

graduate degree

American University

graduate degree

Georgia State University

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Brett Boston is the executive director of the Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida Inc., the nonprofit that should have received the brass money. The foundation was formed in 1994, as a way to "provide assistance, funding and promotional support to contribute to the health and well-being of Florida's fish and wildlife resources and their habitats."

The diverted funds never appeared on the nonprofit's books, Boston said, but his foundation certainly could have benefited from the money.
"Setbacks are setback, but the priority for us is to continue to offer great places for our kids to hunt, shoot, camp, kayak and more," he said. "We're moving forward.
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Brett Boston is the executive director of the Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida Inc., the nonprofit that should have received the brass money. The foundation was formed in 1994, as a way to "provide assistance, funding and promotional support to contribute to the health and well-being of Florida's fish and wildlife resources and their habitats. The diverted funds never appeared on the nonprofit's books, Boston said, but his foundation certainly could have benefited from the money. "Setbacks are setback, but the priority for us is to continue to offer great places for our kids to hunt, shoot, camp, kayak and more," he said. "We're moving forward.


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