FORT MYERS, Fla. – Through their generous donation and as part of their commitment to the community and education, Managing Partners Leo Boisvert and Erik Heben of Private Wealth Consultants became the sixth exclusive member of the Florida Gulf Coast University Eagles Scholarship Society (ESS).
“This is our way to pay it forward,” said Heben. “Leo and I were both scholar athletes and we credit that experience with helping to develop who we are today. We are making this financial commitment to FGCU Athletics so that others can benefit from the lessons of competition, the way that we did.”
This elite group of FGCU Athletics donors is comprised of alumni and friends of intercollegiate athletics who have chosen to support the 15 Division I programs. Members have the opportunity to personally follow an athlete’s growth throughout his or her career as an FGCU Eagle.
Membership in the Eagle Scholarship Society is one of the most rewarding ways individuals and businesses can be involved with FGCU Athletics. Private Wealth Consultants gift will impact FGCU student-athletes from their first day on campus to graduation. Every component of FGCU Athletics is touched by the generous contributions of its ESS members, including student and academic life, competition, facilities and graduation outcomes.
Private Wealth Consultants is an independent comprehensive wealth management firm, specializing in retirement, financial, estate and tax planning with offices in Florida and Maryland.
Fueled by the generous donations that help supply scholarships, FGCU has captured 17 Atlantic Sun regular season crowns, four consecutive Coastal Collegiate Swimming Association (CCSA) championships, isx A-Sun Tournament titles and made eight NCAA Tournament/Championship appearances since joining the Division I ranks in 2007-08. Adding on to the on the field success, FGCU student-athletes have achieved above a 3.0 collective GPA in 11 straight semesters dating back to the spring of 2008, culminating with a 3.26 GPA this past spring.
For more information on how to become an Eagles Scholarship Society member or to fund an Endowed Academic Athletics Scholarship, please contact Graham Diemer at 239-590-7107 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.