A retired state Department of Transportation assistant secretary and a former adviser to Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder are the finalists to lead Florida's public-private business recruitment agency.
Michael Finney, who until October 2015 was Snyder's senior economic growth adviser, and Richard Biter, who during his time with the Florida Department of Transportation chaired multiple planning committees, are slated to appear Wednesday before the Enterprise Florida President & CEO Search Committee in Orlando.
Either Finney or Biter will then be chosen to appear Thursday before the agency's Board of Directors. The winning candidate is expected to be paid $175,000 to $200,000 a year to lead the agency.
News Service of Florida