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Leadership Jacksonville names new board of directors for 2014-15


Deborah Moore, president of the Leadership Jacksonville Board of Directors for 2014-15

Leadership Jacksonville, an organization that develops youth and adult leaders in Northeast Florida, recently named new officers and members of its 2014-15 board of directors led by president Deborah Moore.

In addition to the election of Moore, senior vice president and marketing director at EverBank, as the board president, the organization also announced the election of the following officers to the board:

  • President-elect – Charles Hedrick, partner, Foley & Lardner LLP
  • Secretary/Treasurer – Clark Robertson, assistant vice president, CSX Transportation, Inc.
  • Immediate Past President – Stephen Goldman, senior vice president, commercial banker, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

“I am excited about the opportunity to lead the board of an organization that informs, shapes and guides our community’s leaders as they strive to make Northeast Florida a better place,” said Moore. “Leadership Jacksonville is a vital part of our community, and I’ll be working with a diverse and talented group of board members to administer and improve the programs of Leadership Jacksonville for the benefit of the community as a whole.”

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Charles Hedrick, president-elect of the board.

New members of the Leadership Jacksonville board are Tricia Cannan, Kim Holland, Carl Patten, Harold Stankard, Monica Whiting and Gary Wilkinson. Returning members are Peggy Bryan, Scott Chamberlayne, Moody Chisholm, Broderick Green, Gwen Griggs, Ia Morales Howard, Karen Mayfield, Maxine McBride, Mobeen Rathore, and Clark Robertson.

“Our board members are active participants in the Jacksonville community and come from a variety of backgrounds and industries,” said Executive Director Jill Langford Dame. “What they all have in common is their unparalleled support of Leadership Jacksonville and its mission to develop youth and adult leaders throughout the First Coast.”

To learn more about Leadership Jacksonville and its programs, visit or call (904) 396-6263.



About Leadership Jacksonville

Leadership Jacksonville was established in 1976 as a vehicle to stimulate growth of leadership in the Northeast Florida community. The mission of Leadership Jacksonville is to develop youth and adult leaders who will assume greater responsibility as community trustees and improve the quality of life for self, family and community. Leadership Jacksonville currently has four major programs: Leadership Jacksonville; New Leadership Summit; Youth Leadership Jacksonville; and Collegiate Leadership Experience. It also created the Jacksonville Legacy Series, an initiative to document and preserve through video interviews the thoughts and ideas of the region’s most prominent leaders who have positively impacted the First Coast community.

To learn more about Leadership Jacksonville and its programs, visit or call (904) 396-6263.

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