Dr. Gene Pascarella Hosts the First "Meet and Eat" Lecture with Students

On Thursday, September 26, 2019, Dr. Gene Pascarella (Class of 1982) was the guest lecturer for the first “Meet and Eat” Lecture Series sponsored by the Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine Advisory Board.  This lecture series provides all students with the opportunity to learn and interact with a valued KSUCPM Advisory Board Member.  Dr. Pascarella’s lecture was entitled, “Fusions to Financials – How our Work Interweaves with our Financial Lives.”  The lecture was a great success and very well received by the students who attended.   We want to thank Dr. Pascarella for dedicating his time in providing the students with a very informative lecture! 

 

The next “Meet and Eat” lecture will be held in November.  All students are encouraged to take advantage of this amazing opportunity to meet some of the advisory board members and learn from the very best.  

 

Gene M. Pascarella, DPM, MBA,  is a 1982 graduate of the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine and received his MBA from the University of Phoenix in 2002.  He is currently the President and Medical Director of Foot & Ankle Associates of Florida. Dr. Pascarella is on the teaching staff of Florida Hospital for both family practice residents and podiatric residents.  He is a founder of Integrated Physician Systems, a national medical practice management company.  He sat on the Board of Directors for the Florida Bank of Commerce and has served on the Audit Committee for the bank.  He is the past Vice Chairman of the Board of Southern Community Bank.  He also served as Chief Operating Officer of the Park Place Surgery Center.  Dr. Pascarella served on the OCPM Board of Trustees from 2008 until 2012.  He has served on the KSUCPM Advisory Board since 2012 and served as Chair of that board from 2013-2018.  He was the proud recipient of the KSUCPM Ambassador Award in 2015 and the KSUCPM Alumni Service Award in 2017.

 

POSTED: Tuesday, October 1, 2019 - 9:08am
UPDATED: Tuesday, October 1, 2019 - 9:09am