Kyle Doney is a member of the Panther Clan in the Seminole Tribe of Florida. From a young age, Florida State University was always his first and only choice for school.
Mr. Doney graduated from FSU in 2007 with a bachelor’s degree in political science and a minor in criminology. As a Tribal member, he has had the honor of participating in the Tradition of Tribute for three games. The first, at the Miami game on Labor Day 2005, was in response to the NCAA and their ruling to take away Native American “mascots” from universities. With the support of his Tribe, he is proud to be a Florida State University Seminole.
Mr. Doney resides in Hollywood, Florida, where he works for the Seminole Tribe’s Native Learning Center. As the deputy executive director, he works to educate Native Americans of different Tribes throughout Indian Country.
- B.S. ’07
- Hollywood, Fla.
- Communication & Advocacy Committee
- Programs & Alumni Networks Committee