Seminole Club of Greater Washington, DC


Formed in 1965, The Florida State University Seminole Club of Greater Washington, D.C., Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit, and better known as DC Noles, was created to support Florida State University and connect all FSU alumni and fans in the Washington, D.C., metro area.


Matt Scarlett


Matt Scarlett is a lifelong Seminole fan and South Florida native who graduated from Florida State in 2010 with a BS in Economics. Upon graduating, he moved back home to South Florida and worked in the retail industry. He then moved to the DC area in 2013 to work in real estate as a Realtor. Being new to the area, he began attending DC Noles’ events including game watching at the Union Pub and charity outings. He is excited to expand his participation with the club. He brings with him experience in charity event planning, having organized several fundraising and volunteer outings for his brokerage, Keller Williams.

Economics '10

Joe Paul


Joe Paul was born in Brooklyn, New York, partially raised in Miami, Florida and is the fifth of ten children who come from Haitian immigrant parents. After graduating from Miami Central Senior High School, his desire to further his education inspired him to apply to colleges and universities with uncertainty. Although his parents have the equivalence of an eighth grade education they maintained the wherewithal to encourage him to take advantage of his American education; an opportunity that was not afforded to them. He became the first person in his family to earn a college degree when he graduated from Florida State University where he reserved the honor of leading more than fifteen clubs and organizations including Student Government Association as well as serving as one of the few African-American Homecoming Chief in the history of the university. Joe Paul is a former National Brother of the Year as well as Assistant Vice-President for the Southern Region for Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Joe is involved in numerous local charitable boards. He previously served as President of two successful Alumni boards; Los Angeles and Orlando Clubs respectively. Joe is also a past board member of the DC Noles.

Christina Mazzoli

Vice President

Christina Mazzoli graduated in 2010 with a Bachelors in Finance. While at FSU, she was a Seminole Torchbearer, Lady Spirithunter, and worked for Union Productions/Club Downunder. Christina has been a DC Noles member since January 2011, a board member since 2015, and has served as the Treasurer since 2016.

Finance '10

Daryl Levine


Daryl R. Levine is a 2002 graduate of FSU and Life Member of the FSU Alumni Association. Daryl moved to Washington, DC in 2005. He has served as an AmeriCorps VISTA and a higher education professional association manager. Daryl served as a Special Assistant to the Mayor of the District of Columbia and now serves as the IT Compliance Officer/Program Analyst for the DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department. His service to the Seminole Club of Greater Washington, DC since 2006 includes a term as secretary, two terms as vice-president, and service as a member of the Board of Directors with responsibility for coordination of all FSU at Maryland Weekend events since 2008.

Brian Anweiler

Past President

Brian Anweiler is a 1997 graduate of Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Media Communication. In addition, he earned a Master of Science degree in Physical Education (Sport Administration) from FSU in 2000. Currently, he is the Director of College-Wide Student Life & Athletics at Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) and lives in Springfield, Virginia. Prior to moving to the DC Metro area in January 2009, he was the Director of Athletics at Tallahassee Community College. Brian has been on the DC Noles Board since 2009. He has served in the role of Secretary (2010-11) and Treasurer (2012-16), and served as President (2016-18).

Media Communication '97

Sport Administration '00