Seminole Club of Greater Washington, DC

About

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.

Leaders

Christina Mazzoli

Treasurer

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

Secretary

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.

Will Higgins

Vice President

William Higgins, a native of Winter Park, graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelors in Political Science and a Masters in American Politics and Policy. Following several years of working in Tallahassee at the Florida Legislature, he moved to D.C. in 2012 and works as the Public Policy Manager for the Marine Retailers Association of the Americas. Active in the club since his arrival in D.C., he has assisted in planning many DC Noles activities as External Group Relations Director, including serving as the club’s co-chair and steering committee member for the University Row at Virginia Gold Cup. He served as Secretary during 2016-17. When he’s not cheering on the Noles, William enjoys boating, live music, and snowboarding.

Political Science and Social Science

Brian Anweiler

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 currently serves as President.

Media Communication '97

Sport Administration '00