Anne O’Bannon
Anne O’Bannon is the producer and host of “The Morning Mix” radio show on WGMX FM, where she
interviews guests of local, state, and national importance relative to issues affecting our community.
Originally from Pennsylvania, O’Bannon enjoyed a successful career in technical sales support and
corporate IT training, before moving to Key Colony Beach in 1990. O’Bannon also spent several years
teaching computer applications classes to employees of numerous organizations and private businesses
in Monroe County.
O’Bannon has passionately focused her energy on philanthropy and serving the community, since
the sudden loss of her husband in 2005, for whom she founded “The Captain Bill O’Bannon Memorial
Scholarship” to benefit marine business students at FKCC. Currently, she is the Chair of the Monroe
County Republican Executive Committee, an Ambassador of the Greater Marathon Chamber of Commerce, and a Marathon
Yacht Club Rear Commodore, in addition to serving on several boards, including the FKCC Foundation, Florida Keys College
Campus Foundation, the Rotary Club of Marathon, and the City of Key Colony Beach Code Enforcement Board.
Robert Stoky
Robert Stoky is president and chair of the board of Florida Keys Restaurant Management, overseeing
operations of eight Keys restaurants.
Mr. Stoky has served as a college adjunct instructor of Emergency Medical Services and is a member of
the FKCC Foundation Board of Directors. He is also a member of the Key Largo Chamber of Commerce
Board of Directors.
Mr. Stoky holds a Bachelor of Science in Journalism and Communications for the University of Florida, as
well as two Master of Business Administration, in Finance and Management, from the University of Miami.
Mission and Vision
Mission Statement
Florida Keys Community College is an open-access, educational institution dedicated to serving the intellectual, diverse,
cultural, and occupational needs of the Florida Keys as well as the global community. The college is committed to
student-centric academic programs and services, workforce development, continuing education, diverse partnerships,
electronically delivered instruction, and sustainable practices that prepare students for personal success and responsible
FKCC will be a leader in quality education, innovative learning and a unifying force within the community.
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