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August 14, 2018
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Joseph Joyner, Ed.D., President, Flagler College
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Lenny Curry, Mayor, City of Jacksonville
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John Delaney, President, University of North Florida
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Cynthia Bioteau, Ph.D., President, Florida State College at Jacksonville
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Tim Cost, President, Jacksonville University

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People to Know

Mark Basch | 12/28/2017

Jacksonville can feel like a small town, but it’s really a big place with a wide range of businesses and organizations in Northeast Florida. Here are some people you’ll want to get to know.

Tom Alcide, President, Saft America

Dr. David Bailey, President and CEO, Nemours Children’s Health System

James Bailey Jr., Chair, Downtown Investment Authority

John Baker, CEO, FRP Properties

Brian Bergen, Vice President, Economic Development, Putnam County Chamber

Cynthia Bioteau, Ph.D., President, Florida State College at Jacksonville

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Paul Boynton, Chairman, President and CEO, Rayonier Advanced Materials

Michael Brannigan, President and CEO, Suddath Relocation Systems

Michelle Braun, President and CEO, United Way of Northeast Florida

Anna Lopez, Brosche President, Jacksonville City Council

David Brown, CEO,

Henry K. Brown, CEO, Miller Electric Company

Debbie Buckland, Market President, BB&T; Chair-elect, JAX Chamber

Edward E. Burr, President and CEO, GreenPointe Holdings

Stephen D. Busey, Chairman, Smith Hulsey & Busey

Rick Catlett, President and CEO, Jacksonville Sports Council (TaxSlayer Bowl)

Scott Coble, Region President, Wells Fargo

Tim Cost, President, Jacksonville University

Lenny Curry, Mayor, City of Jacksonville

Jim Dalton, CEO, The Dalton Agency

Daniel Davis, President and CEO, JAX Chamber

John Delaney, President, University of North Florida

Laura DiBella, Executive Director, Nassau County Economic Development Board

Bruce Fafard, President and CEO, 121 Financial Credit Union

David J. Farace, Head of School, The Bolles School

Dr. Gianrico Farrugia, CEO, Mayo Clinic

Brian Fay, Managing Director, Deutsche Bank Jacksonville

Bruce Ferguson, President and CEO, CareerSource Northeast Florida

Mike Field, JPMorgan Chase; Co-founder, TransForm Jax

Marty Fiorentino, President, The Fiorentino Group

Nathaniel Ford, CEO, Jacksonville Transportation Authority

Don Fox, CEO, Firehouse Subs

Fred D. Franklin Jr., Managing Director, Rogers Towers

Mark Frisch, Executive Vice President, Beaver Street Fisheries

Jim Gattoni, President and CEO, Landstar

Pat Geraghty, Chairman and CEO, Florida Blue

Melissa Glasgow, Director of Economic Development, St. Johns County

Anthony Glenn, Head of Jacksonville Office, Macquarie Group

Nat (Nathaniel) Glover, President, Edward Waters College

Jake Gordon, CEO, Downtown Vision Inc.

Eric Green, CEO, JAXPORT

Hugh Greene, President and CEO, Baptist Health

Rev. Adam Greene, Head of School, Episcopal School of Jacksonville

Steve Grossman, CEO, Jacksonville Aviation Authority

Leon Haley, CEO, UF Health Jacksonville

Capt. Sean Haley, Commanding Officer, Naval Air Station Jacksonville

Hunt Hawkins, CEO, Stein Mart

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