President & Champion of the Vision for
Team Dynamo at Keller William's Realty
Vision Statement- Pointing Humanity to God by creating a worldwide culture of giving back
Craig has been selling real estate in Gainesville, and the surrounding counties for over 18 years.
In 2004, after being introduced to the team concept, he founded his company Team Dynamo. 16 years later Team Dynamo, now a part of the Keller Williams family, is one of the regions top selling teams having served over 2,000 homes owners and over $450 Million in Real Estate sales to date. They have also earned the title of “Gainesville’s’ #1 People’s Choice for Real Estate” by the community they serve.
Craig has served on various boards of directors for local community charities and non-profit entities, and was recently inducted into the National Association of Realtors RPAC Hall of Fame and is the FIRST Realtor ever in the City of Gainesville to earn this High Honor.
Kim Dunleavy has competed nationally in all four styles of ballroom dancing (International Standard and Latin, American Style Smooth and Rhythm). She has placed in the finals for the Ohio Star Ball which is the largest dance competition in the United States in International Standard, American Rhythm, pro-am championships and in the World Pro-Am Ten Dance Championship. As a physical therapist she has treated ballet, modern, Irish, ballroom, and ice dancers as part of a Performing Arts program at the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan, American Ballet Theatre midwest summer intensive, and a rehabilitation Pilates program at Equilibrium studio in Michigan.
Ms. Scannella is currently the Production Manager for “Legends In Concert” at the OWA Theater in Coastal Alabama. She oversees a cast of Tribute Artists, and live band with singers & dancers performing year-round at their custom designed state-of-the-art theater. She served as the Production Manger for Legends limited engagement touring shows for five years prior to opening the show at OWA.
Ms. Scannella received her dance training from Pofahl Studios in Gainesville, Florida with founder Mary Ellen Pofahl, and daughters Judy Pofahl Skinner and Kim Pofahl Tuttle. They provided performance experience and exposure with the Gainesville Civic Ballet and summer study in NYC. After earning a B.F.A in Theatre from the University of Florida, Ms. Scannella pursued a professional performance career dancing for 20 years in production shows in the Bahamas and Atlantic City. While in NJ, her performance experience was diverse as performing with Atlantic Contemporary Ballet to dancing with Gene Kelly to ice-skating in a dance & ice show! She was a Ron Lewis dancer, a soloist, featured dancer, line captain, a company manager, choreographer, and dance studio owner.
Post-professional career, Ms. Scannella returned to Gainesville and performed as a Guest Artist with Dance Alive National Ballet and was also an Adjunct Lecturer teaching jazz dance for UF’s School of Theater & Dance. She received a John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts internship where she was Twlya Tharp’s assistant for a residency that became a performance series of new works in Washington D.C. and New York. They reconnected for Ms. Tharp’s hit broadway show “Movin’ Out” as Ms. Scannella served as her personal assistant for the Chicago pre-broadway opening and on to NYC where the show opened at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.