David Drossner, MD

David Drossner, MD


Prior to joining Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, Dr. Drossner served as a pediatric cardiologist at Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute at Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, North Carolina. A native South Floridian, Dr. Drossner received his medical degree from the Florida State University College of Medicine and completed his fellowship in pediatric cardiology at the Sibley Heart Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory University School of Medicine. Dr. Drossner’s clinical interests include: fetal cardiology, neurodevelopment in children with congenital heart disease, and preventative medicine.

Dr. Drossner is board-certified by the American Board of Pediatrics in pediatric cardiology.

Peter Antevy, MD

Peter Antevy, MD


Peter Antevy, MD is a Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in South Florida and the founder of Pediatric Emergency Standards Inc.  He serves as the Medical Director for Davie Fire-Rescue, Southwest Ranches Fire Rescue and American Ambulance, and is the Associate Medical Director for several other agencies.  He is also the Medical Director for two paramedic training programs as well as several mobile integrated health programs.  Dr. Antevy has earned degrees from the University of Miami School of Medicine, Los Angeles Children’s Hospital and The Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Dr. Antevy is revolutionizing pre-hospital pediatric care by redrawing the boundaries of care standards and challenging current thought patterns.  He is undoubtedly an “out of the box” thinker with aspirations to improve the care children receive through innovation and education.  In 2014 Dr. Antevy was awarded the Raymond H. Alexander Florida EMS Medical Director of the Year for his leadership efforts, and in 2015 the Journal of EMS (JEMS) named him a Top 10 Innovator.  In 2017 he was awarded the prestigious Ronald Anderson Memorial Award in Dallas, TX for his contributions to EMS, particularly for his efforts to improve outcomes for critically ill and injured children.

Darcy Davis

Darcy Davis


Darcy J. Davis is the Chief Executive Officer of the Health Care District of Palm Beach County and its subsidiary operations. The Health Care District is a diverse and complex public health care system encompassing a nationally-recognized trauma system, a skilled nursing facility, a rural teaching hospital, school-based health clinics, pharmacies, primary care and dental clinics, and health coverage for the uninsured. Ms. Davis was named CEO in February 2016.

Ms. Davis serves as a member of the county’s Heroin Task Force and Sober Home Task Force. She also serves on America’s Essential Hospitals’ Strategic Planning Committee, the Board of Directors of the Southeast Florida Behavioral Health Network, and the Board of Directors of the South Florida Hospital and Healthcare Association.

Ms. Davis earned her BBA in Accounting from Mercer University and her MSM in Healthcare Administration from Troy State University. She is a Certified Public Accountant in Georgia.

Steven Seeley

Steven Seeley MSN, RN, CENP, CEN, CPHQ


Steven Seeley, MSN, RN, CENP, CEN, CPHQ  currently serves as the interim President & Chief Executive Officer for Jupiter Medical Center in Jupiter, Florida, a not for profit community hospital consisting of a 207 bed acute care hospital, a 120 bed SNF, an ASC  and a physicians’ group. He holds certifications as a Certified Executive in Nursing Practice (CENP), Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ), Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN), and is certified as a Six Sigma Green Belt. Mr. Seeley holds a Bachelor’s degree in Health Care Services from St. Thomas University and a MSN in Nursing Leadership from Nova Southeastern University. Mr. Seeley is active on several Boards at the local and state level.

Kenneth Scheppke, MD

Kenneth Scheppke, MD


Kenneth A Scheppke, MD is a dual board certified specialist in the fields of both emergency medicine and EMS (Emergency Medical Services). He has been practicing medicine for over 25 years and has extensive experience and expertise in the field of EMS. Dr Scheppke serves as the EMS Medical Director for six fire-rescue agencies in Palm Beach County, Florida, including the Palm Beach County, Palm Beach Gardens, Boynton Beach, West Palm Beach, Town of Palm Beach, and Greenacres Fire Rescue agencies. Dr Scheppke also serves as one of three EMS Medical Directors for the Broward Sherriff’s Office.

Dr. Scheppke is a co-founder and past president of the Florida Academy of Emergency Medicine. He currently serves as Chairman of the Palm Beach County EMS Medical Directors Association and sits on both the County’s EMS Advisory Council and its Trauma Quality Improvement Committee. Dr. Scheppke is an instrument rated private pilot and serves as the Medical Director for both the Palm Beach County Trauma Hawk and the Broward Sheriff’s Office Aeromedical Programs.

Christopher E. Kretz


Christopher E. Kretz is an SCA survivor thanks to the quick actions of those around him, and the use of an AED. In 2015, Chris, his wife, and his three children were on a ski trip in Wyoming. On the last run of the last day, Chris suddenly fell limp while skiing down a mountain. His family didn’t know what to do. A skier passing by noticed that Chris was not breathing, and immediately began CPR, and called for Ski Patrol. An AED arrived within a few minutes, Chris regained a faint pulse. The team worked together to get Chris off that mountain and to a nearby hospital.

Without that AED, in Chris’ words, he would not be here today. You can watch a short movie on Chris’ story soon on YouTube.

Steve Politziner

Steve Politziner


Steve Politziner is a President with Good Karma Brands, a nationwide media and entertainment company. He grew up in North Brunswick, New Jersey and attended Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA.  After starting as a financial analyst in NYC, Steve had the opportunity to fulfill his lifelong dream of working in sports when he joined his childhood friend, Craig Karmazin to help lead the newly formed Good Karma Broadcasting (GKB) in Madison, WI in 1998.

Steve has been honored as South Florida Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40” and “CEO of the Year”, was named the 2015 Small Business Person of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches and received the Lois Kwasman Community MVP by the Palm Beach County Sports Commission.  He currently serves on the Orange Bowl Committee, as well as the Board of Directors of the Honda Classic, the Chamber of the Palm Beaches, and the Palm Beach County Sports Commission.  Steve resides in Palm Beach Gardens.

Matthew Kutner

Matthew Kutner


Matthew guides clients through wealth accumulation, preservation and transfer by creating customized wealth management strategies utilizing a process of portfolio construction, education planning and liability management. He joined RBC Wealth Management in 2020 from Merrill Lynch, with more than 20 years of experience in financial services. Matthew attended both Rutgers University and Florida Atlantic University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in finance. He is originally from New Jersey and has been a resident of Florida since 1999.

Matthew enjoys philanthropy, traveling, golf and coaching youth sports. He serves on several nonprofit boards in Palm Beach County. Matthew currently resides in Palm Beach Gardens with his wife, Lindsey, and their sons, Jacob, Jack and Finn.

Colin Hughes

Collin Hughes


Collin Hughes is a Commercial Relationship Manager with CenterState Bank, an $11.4B publicly traded institution, in Boca Raton. As a commercial banker, he has provided lending and deposit services throughout Palm Beach and Broward Counties over the past 13 years. Prior to this, he was with Fifth Third Bank in Cleveland, OH. A graduate of Miami University as an Evans Scholar, Collin has served on various boards, including the Boys and Girls Club of West Palm Beach. He has also served in various roles at his church, including a management role on the finance team. In addition, he is currently in his second year attending the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. He is an avid golfer and enjoys rounds with his children:  9 year old daughter Ashleign and 7 year old son Connor.

Michael Cutler


Michael (Mike) Cutler has been involved in medical practice management and ownership since his arrival in South Florida in 2006. He is currently a principal at Neurospine Plus, a specialty healthcare group serving all three counties in South Florida.

Mike attended Western New England College in Springfield, Massachsetts. He graduated in 2006 with a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration, and also competed on the varsity basketball team.

Mike was 19 when he lost his father to a massive heart attack while playing basketball at a local elementary school. The school did not have a defibrillator on site. Mike is passionate about preventing other families from suffering  through the same tragedy, and looks forward to supporting HOTG in any way he can.