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Together we work as a group and collaborate so that we can provide you the benefit of our combined years of experience.
 
 

Mitchell Bryant

Manager

Mitchell Bryant has over 25 years of banking experience in Volusia County. Most recently he was Business Banker for Volusia County at Florida Credit Union. Before that, he was senior commercial credit officer with Sunshine State Community Bank, commercial lender for Southern Community Bank and retail manager for SunTrust and Barnett Banks. Mitchell graduated from the Morehead State University in Morehead KY with a Degree in Business Administration. Mitchell focuses on finance, access to capital, business development and planning. He can assist you with financial analysis, help you obtain financing, optimize your loan application package, and assist with strategic research.

Tracy Martin

Senior Staff Assistant

Tracy Martin joined the FSBDC in January 2014, bringing with her 15 years of experience as an administrator. Prior to joining the FSBDC, Tracy worked as manager at 4 Sharp Corners in Massachusetts from 2004 to 2013, and prior to that as quality assurance coordinator at Emerson Power Transmission in upstate New York. Tracy’s focus is on assisting our clients and consultants and creating an efficient, welcoming atmosphere at the FSBDC at Daytona State College.

 
 
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Kevin Tilley

Manager

Kevin Tilley has joined the FSBDC at Daytona State College as a small business consultant. Kevin has over 35 years of experience in all areas of Manufacturing Operations and Export Trade Compliance. Kevin received his Master’s in Accountancy from Roosevelt University and is Certified as an Associate Program Manager through Seminole State College. Most recently, Kevin worked as the Program Manager for New Product Development at Hudson Technologies in Ormond Beach. Prior to his time in Florida, Kevin spent 20 years with John Crane International in Morton Grove, Illinois where he rose to the position of General Manager – Core Manufacturing Processes.