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Interview with Keith Dvorchik - UF Hillel

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Keith Dvorchik (Executive Director) arrived in Gainesville in May 1992 after finishing both his undergraduate and graduate degrees at The Pennsylvania State University (Penn State – Go Nittany Lions). During his first 6 years in Gainesville, Keith worked in the mental health field for the Department of Corrections, Department of Juvenile Justice, the Department of Children and Families, and Meredian Behavioral Healthcare, where he was specialized in forensic mental health, mental illness, and family evaluations and assessments. He also had a small private practice which he closed in 2003. While putting himself through his Master’s program, Keith opened his own company, Capital Investments, and he traveled the country dealing with the Sports Memorabilia business. Keith is obsessed with The New York Yankees, Florida Gators, and Penn State Nittany Lions, Classic Rock, cult flicks like “Dogma” and “Vision Quest” and... oh yeah... his incredible family. Keith has the best job in the world working with the greatest students in the world. The worst part of Keith’s job is the amount of travel required, so email is the best way to reach him, but please meet him and find out more by asking him to treat you to coffee, ice cream, or a meal!

Keith can be reached at keith@ufhillel.orgor 352-372-2900 x1234 but due to his travel schedule, email gets a much quicker reply.

 The Norman H Lipoff Hall - Hillel at the University of Florida is the focal point for Jewish campus life for more than 8,000 Jewish University students in Gainesville. Our mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Together, we are building a new generation of Jewish leaders. Some call it Jewish life on campus. We call it... the future.

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