Frank DiBello, the longtime president and CEO of Space Florida, will retire on June 30, the state aerospace organization announced Wednesday.
DiBello has led Space Florida since 2009. Lt. Gov. Jeanette Nunez, who chairs the Space Florida Board of Directors, issued a statement that said, “there is no one more passionate about the space industry in our state. While we will miss him dearly, we wish him well in his retirement.
After serving for 14 years as the leader of the agency, we also know that Frank has had a tremendous influence on the culture of Space Florida from top to bottom.”
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The announcement said the board will conduct a nationwide search for a replacement.
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