Clayton Van Camp
With a list of favorite sports and outdoor activities that includes boating, biking, soccer and golf, it's obvious why this Orlando native continues to call Central Florida his home. Though he prefers warm weather, Clay also enjoys a challenging ski trip and heads to Breckenridge, CO or Park City, UT at least once a year for a change of scenery. A graduate of the University of Central Florida, Clay works downtown as the Managing Director of Technisource - a leading provider of technology services and talent.

Mario Saccamango
Born in Pittsburgh, PA, Mario relocated to Orlando in search of sunnier skies and year-round water skiing. Mario is an award-winning creative director and founder of Mario Saccamango Creative, a full-service national branding firm. When he is not passionately creating campaigns for his clients, Mario can be found on a scuba diving adventure with sharks, bare footing or cruising on his VTX motorcycle. He also enjoys music, art and cultural events.

Patrick Graham
With degrees from both Florida State and the University of Florida, there is no question which school this Seminole identifies with most. Though Florida State football games make for great weekend trips, Patrick's true passion is international travel. Of the 21 countries he has visited (and countless bulls he's barreled past in Spain), the culture, landscape and of course the malbecs of Argentina make his favorite locale to date. When he does stay local, Patrick can be found at the Lake Mary Farmers Market selling fine artisan bread and pastries. If you have a chance, go see him - he would love to tell you about his next adventure!

David Carrazana
Avid soccer player, part-time Bigfoot hunter and hopeless romantic are just a few adjectives that describe this Renaissance man. As owner/founder of Trans Global Properties, this real estate mogul simply refuses to be categorized. David's passion for adventure has taken him to many faraway places and provided him with a diverse list of interests that include stock market day-trading, primitive camping, politics, sculpting, photography and yes, even hunting for the elusive Bigfoot (if you can believe it!).

Matthew Laverghetta
An executive with a global consulting firm, this driven bachelor is the consummate “work hard, play hard” professional. Before moving to Orlando in 2009 to be closer to his family, Matthew spent the last 11 years living and working in places such as New York, Los Angeles, Peru, Australia and South Korea. An engineering undergraduate with a masters in International Business, Matthew is an avid scuba diver, golfer, cook, and adventure traveler. However, he can also be found passing a lazy afternoon reading a book, crafting a new Asian fusion recipe, or just drinking some wine on his porch with his beloved dog, Glen. 

Carlos Santamaria
Carlos perfected his Salsa skills while growing up in Miami, before ultimately relocating to Orlando.  For the last 5 years, he has served as Second Harvest Food Bank’s Director of Operations.  He brings 13 years of food banking experience to the company, as well as a passion for Miami Heat basketball – although, being surrounded by devout Magic Fanatic colleagues has loosened his ties.  When not overseeing logistics at the food bank, Carlos can be found on the dance floor, grilling and chilling at home or at a basketball game – especially if the Heat are in town.

Thomas Artesi 
Originally from Brooklyn New York, this Sicilian Italian (not the Jersey Shore kind) has called Orlando, FL home for over 20 years. When the sun goes down, you may find him at an art opening, enjoying the local cuisine or dancing the night away to alternative 80’s tunes. His hobbies include skateboarding, biking, acting, writing and kundalini yoga. A graduate of the University of Central Florida, Tom works in software sales for Panda Security.

James Stuart
Originally from Barstow, California, Jimmy grew up in Orlando.  An avid runner, he has completed multiple marathons and enjoys rowing and mountain biking as well.  He also makes a mean jambalaya.  A graduate of the University of Central Florida, Jimmy is a System Administrator for a local retail company.

Craig Verniel
Originally from Virginia and a graduate of Virginia Tech (Go Hokies!), Craig is a Project Designer for a for a local wireless telecommunications company.  A huge music fan, he has seen U2 perform no less than 8 times and once traveled to Dublin for a show.  In his spare time, Craig keeps active with running, mountain biking and the occasional pick-up game of soccer.

Jonathan Osler
Although born in Short Hills, NJ, Jonathan considers himself to be a Floridian as he is more at home playing in the surfs of Florida’s sunny beaches then shoveling snow. This one time fifth grade teacher left his former position with OCPS to join the family business in 2008 and now publishes a Real Estate magazine on the east coast. In addition to volunteering, Jonathan enjoys a long list of activities including cooking, camping, wake boarding and kayaking, as well as extreme sports such as sky diving and hang gliding.

Paul Lopes
Born in the tropical island of Barbados West Indies, Paul has a passion for traveling, embracing cultures and making friends along the way.  He is a strong believer that life’s riches are accumulated and kept in the soul.  A man who appreciates fashion, Paul will take note if you’re rocking a pair of killer Louboutin stilettos.  When in the states, he operates a Healthcare company with a core mission focused on helping others improve their quality of life through rehabilitative medicine. 

Nikolay Gudovich
Nikolay is full of surprises.  Born and raised in Communist Russia, he relocated to the US for college.  This Computer Science major and devoted Buddhist plays classical piano and adores Mozart, Chopin and Rachmaninoff, but also enjoys the hip hop stylings of Snoop Dogg and Kanye West.  Nikolay may cook a sophisticated dinner one night and crave a Five Guys burger the next day.  He has toured some of the best wineries in the US and France, yet still gets a twitch of shame when seen drinking anything but Russian vodka!

Mitchell Eubanks
For the past eleven years with its hip décor and range of services, The Mitchell Wade Salon and Owners, Mitch Eubanks and wife, Eneth (Annette) have been providing exceptional salon services that inspire everyone to look and feel their best.  The salon is nationally recognized in publications such as Elle and W, and no less prestigious, was named and honored as one of Salon Today Magazine’s Top 200 Salons in the Nation!  A team player in our community and recent winner of the WESH Channel 2 A-List, Mr. Eubanks and his team of talented professionals have donated countless hours to local charitable events, and his continued desire to support our community is what drew him to Wine Women & Shoes.

Howard Levine
Born in Atlanta, GA, but raised in Central Florida, Howard is a Partner with Elite Rental Finders, a real estate rental website.  When he’s not playing basketball, tennis or golf when time allows, Howard loves to unwind in the kitchen, putting his own spin on simple classics.  After all, cooking is in his blood -- his family owned one of the first prime rib and sangria house restaurants in Orlando, “The Steakout" back in the 70s and 80s.  A believer that a great meal isn’t complete without the perfect libation, Howard prefers a good single malt scotch, a hearty glass of grapes or a Belgian ale.  

Kevin Landress
A true Florida native, Kevin has never lived more than three miles away from the house he was born and raised in.  Though an admitted homebody, Kevin has made his way through most of the United States and two countries, where he had the opportunity to speak to high school students about their choices and do missionary work in Guatemala.  Kevin works full time for Katsur Management Group and is enrolled full time at Seminole State.  He was recently accepted to UCF where he will complete his degree in Business Administration. For fun Kevin enjoys going to or watching Magic games, playing basketball and golf with his friends and going to the beach with his girlfriend.

Paul Scimeme
Born and raised on the streets of Queens, NY, Paulie grew up playing handball with the neighborhood kids and went on to become an all-state athlete in volleyball and baseball. His energetic work hard, play hard philosophy fueled his relocation to Orlando as Managing Partner of the 9th location of Matteo’s Family Style Italian Restaurant -- a beloved New York institution.  He subscribes to Albert Einstein’s belief that, “It is every man's obligation to put back into the world at least the equivalent of what he takes out of it,” and he is ecstatic about representing Matteo’s at this charitable event.

Michael Cefali
When the family-owned restaurant that he ran in New York was sold, Michael headed to straight to Florida, and its beaches, in 2003.  A lover of the outdoors, he prefers to stay in shape with running and cycling.  Michael is a man who loves to cook (especially Italian), and also enjoys traveling, sampling new and interesting red wines and dancing…so much so that he recently started taking Salsa lessons.