Steve Selig, 2012
- Construction Manager in the Facilities Planning Department
- DSC employee since 1989
Degrees and schools where awarded: A.S. Architectural Drafting and Design; A.A., Daytona Beach Community College; B.A.S. Supervision and Management, Daytona State College.
- 2010 -2011 - Chairman of the School Advisory Council Seabreeze High school
- 2004-2012 - Chair of the Health and Safety Committee
- 2006- Present - Building Officials Association of Florida
- State of Florida Certified Building Code Inspector
- 2004 - Community Emergency Response Team Certified (CERT)
- 2006 – Present – Member of the Florida Educational Facilities Planning Association
Outside interests: I enjoy spending time and traveling with my wife of 25 years, reading, working on my 1966 convertible Mustang, and just being in the outdoors. Coaching soccer, baseball and football teams for my sons when they were younger was a great way to interact with my children and the families on the team. My newest hobby is photography.
Prior to joining Daytona State, I worked for an architectural firm in Orlando. Our specialty was designing prisons.
Current projects: Our department is working on the new Flagler Palm Coast building, the addition to the News Journal Center, the thermal storage tank on the Daytona Beach Campus, and several other miscellaneous projects on the west and south campuses.
Most rewarding thing about my Daytona State College experience: It has been very rewarding to be part of the growth of Daytona State College over the last 24 years and having the ability to contribute to my community. I enjoy meeting new people and experiencing new things. DSC has provided all of these opportunities to me.
One goal I still hope to achieve in my career: To continue to grow in my position at DSC while becoming part of the team that will lead the college in to the next decade, further developing its position as a leader in the educational community.
One thing people are surprised to find out about me is: Growing up I was a very quite child. My brothers actually had to speak for me because I did not want to talk.
Last book read:The Lone Survivor by Markus Lutrell. This book gave me insight on what our military is up against in our fight to keep America safe from people who want to change our way of life.
If they could bottle my personality, the label would read: Priceless
If I could have a dinner party and invite any four people, dead or alive, the guest list would be: George W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, Dale Earnhardt, and Pat Tillman.
The Daytona State of Mind to me is a place where everyone has the opportunity to reach their goals and fulfill their dreams.