6th Annual Flavor of Jacksonville benefiting Gateway—Steps to Recovery Saturday, September 23, 2017; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. WJCT Studios, 100 Festival Park Ave. […]
Gateway Board of Directors
Richard A. Mullaney, Esq.GCS Board, Chair
Mr. Mullaney is the Founding Director of the Public Policy Institute at Jacksonville University. Mr. Mullaney grew up in Jacksonville, FL and received a BA in Political Science, and a law degree, from the University of Florida. He began his career as business attorney for Carlton, Fields, Ward, Emmanuel, Smith, and Cutler followed by being a prosecutor in Florida’s Fourth Judicial Circuit. He worked for nearly 20 years on diverse legal and public policy issues, – including healthcare, education, transportation, economic development, and public safety — as legal counsel and policy advisor to the City of Jacksonville. Mr. Mullaney serves as Chairman, Gateway Board of Directors, as a member of the Gateway Foundation and of the Board of Governors for the Chamber of Commerce. He is past Chairman of St. Vincent’s Healthcare Foundation, and served on the St. Vincent’s Board of Directors. He ran for Mayor of Jacksonville in 2011.
Henry T. FletcherVice Chair
Mr. Fletcher (Tommy) is a Jacksonville native and currently resides with his wife Linda (Lin) in Northwest St. Johns County. He has one son, Ryan who is 30. Tommy grew up in Mandarin where his parents owned and operated Atkinson’s Pharmacy. The entire family worked in the business. Tommy graduated from Wolfson High and earned an Associate’s Degree from Florida Community College at Jacksonville. He was employed by Goldline Laboratories for 20 years in sales, sales management and sales training and at American Respiratory Solutions for 10 years as VP of Sales and Marketing. He was responsible for pharmacy acquisition, regulatory compliance, and day to day operations of eight retail/specialty pharmacies. Tommy is currently President of Mayhugh Drugs, a family owned business which is a retail pharmacy and Hospital Equipment Provider in Green Cove Springs, Fl. Tommy has been a board member of Gateway Community Services for five years and is currently the Vice Chair. He is also a member of the Alumni House Advisory Board.
Ms. Szczukowski graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of North Florida, majoring in Communication with a concentration in public relations and a minor in community leadership. HandsOn Jacksonville hired Ashley as their Corporate Partnerships Director where she utilizes her public relations skills to build, cultivate and maintain corporate partnerships. She is highly energetic, creative and an effective motivational leader. Her heart to serve and passion to motivate people toward their full potential is evident, both personally and professionally. She is an active board member of Gateway Community Services and serves on the Gateway Governance Committee. Ashley is the Vice President of the LaVilla School of the Arts Drama Booster Club, Florida Unity Roundup Committee Member and serves on the Scheidel Foundation Committee. Ashley has also served with organizations such as Community Connections, United Way, HabiJax, St. John’s River Management and Celebration Church Outreach in Jacksonville and Costa Rica.
Mr. Curran is a founding partner with Amelia Consulting Group LLC (ACG). ACG specializes in providing consulting services to the Health Care Industry and was formed in 2009 after Mr. Curran left his position as Senior Vice President and CFO of St Vincent’s Health Care (St Vincent’s). Prior to St. Vincent’s, he retired as a partner from KPMG (an international accounting firm) after 31 years of service. Mr. Curran graduated with an accounting degree from the University of Connecticut. He is a CPA in the State of Florida. Mr. Curran has been involved with Gateway in various capacities since 1997. He currently serves as Treasurer of Gateway Community Services. In addition to Gateway, Mr. Curran is a former board member of the Sulzbacher Center and Community Connections.
Ann Finnell, Esquire
Ms. Finnell is a graduate of Duke University and the University Of Florida School Of Law. In the Public Defender’s Office, 4th Judicial Circuit for over 30 years, she supervised over 30 felony attorneys. Since January 2009 Ann has been in private practice with the firm founded by her and three other senior attorneys from the Public Defender’s Office: Finnell, McGuinness, Nezami and Andux, P.A. The firm handles criminal cases as well as personal injury, family law, probate and civil trial issues. She lectures and teaches in the areas of criminal trial and death penalty practice. She has served on the Florida Supreme Court Committee on Standard Jury Instructions in Criminal Cases, and on the Criminal Procedure Rules Committee. She is a past chair of the Executive Council of the Criminal Law Section of the Florida Bar. She is the 1996 recipient of the Barnard Award, in recognition of outstanding service, from the Florida Public Defender Association. She currently serves as a Master in the Chester Bedell Inn of Court.
Dan RenaudBS, ICADC, CAP
Mr. Renaud is a respected addiction counselor and has worked throughout Jacksonville, Florida and the South East. Dan is the principal owner at New Hope Addiction and Intervention Services, LLC. He has served on panels and has given lectures at colleges, schools and seminars on addictions. He specializes in family crisis intervention, individuals, multiple group addiction therapies. Dan holds an international Credential through IC&RC.
Darin RoarkBSN, MBA, RN
Mr. Roark has served as administrator of the Baptist Clay Medical Campus since October 2013. Roark joined Baptist Health in 2012 as an assistant administrator overseeing all emergency centers in the health system and continues in that role, along with serving as the top administrator for Baptist Clay. Prior to joining Baptist Health, Roark was director of Emergency Services at Orange Park Medical Center from 2009-2012. Roark began his career in business and went back to school to move into health care, earning his Bachelor of Science in nursing from University of Wisconsin Milwaukee in 1999 and master’s in business administration from Northern Illinois University in 2007. Roark has long been involved in researching best practices, data and technology in patient safety. His research has been published in the Journal of Emergency Nursing, the American Journal of Nursing and Nursing Management. Roark was previously a part-time faculty member for Colorado Technical University and is now on the Public Safety Steering Committee at First Coast Technical College.
Ms. Royal has been with CBRE, an international commercial real estate company, since December of 2003 and is a member of CBRE’s Tenant Advisory, with a specific focus on the Logistics Industry. She served two years on the GCS Account Team, and the nine years on the CEVA Logistics US Inc. account. She is an expert in logistics and has assisted various GCS clients in all phases of real estate services including development and implementation of strategic real estate plans, lease negotiations, renewals, expansions and lease administration solutions in over 24 states and 37 cities in the United States, as well as Canada and Mexico. Prior to joining CBRE, Ms. Royal worked five years with APL Logistics, formerly GATX Logistics, the last two of which she worked as Director of Real Estate. She was responsible for the leasing and management of a 22 million sqft portfolio in over 100 locations throughout the US, Canada and Mexico. Ms Royal was awarded Americas Supplier of the Year – CEVA Logistics Global Supplier Awards 2011; Producer of the Year Award for 2009; Top 25 Producers in the State of Florida for 2009; CoStar 2009 & 2010 Jacksonville Power Broker Award; and 2002 Best in Atlanta Real Estate Deal of the Year Award, Industrial Division.
Michael BernosFoundation Board, Chair
Mr. Bernos is a corporate communications consultant specializing in strategic communications and message development. He has worked in an array of industries and in the political arena, authoring speeches and industry commentary, and scripting and producing corporate video. Mike is an award-winning writer who has contributed to Gannett News Service, USA TODAY, Christian Science Monitor, and ABC News. Currently, he serves Reynolds, Smith & Hill (RS&H) as Director of Public Relations. Prior to working with RS&H, he served as a senior communications official with TNT North America and on the advisory committee for TNT’s corporate partnership with the United Nations World Food Program. Mike is Board Chair of the Gateway Foundation Board and Vice President of the non-profit organization JumpingFish. Mike holds a BS in Psychology from Springhill College and worked in a Master’s program in Psychology at Tulane University.
Mr. Jorgensen is the managing partner of Senior Counsel, Attorneys at Law, PA. He earned his masters degree in taxation from the University of Florida and was admitted to the Florida bar in 1987. After four years with the IRS, he entered private practice in 1990 representing taxpayers before the IRS. In 1997, he founded a legal clinic for the elderly to teach students about elder law, property law and taxation. Today, Mr. Jorgensen represents clients in property matters, asset protection, business succession, guardianships, and probates, and other estate planning and transitional planning for asset positioning. Mr. Jorgensen is active in the legal and business community, including serving as an executive council member of the Florida Bar Tax Section, chairing the Jacksonville Bar’s Elder Law Section, and participating as a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys and Academy of Florida Elder Law Attorneys. Mr. Jorgensen is active non-profit boards including the Cathedral Foundation of Jacksonville, Inc., (Secretary), ElderSource (President), Community Hospice of Northeast Florida, (Ethics Committee) and Gateway Community Services (Chair-Governance Committee).
Missy Ketchum serves as director of institutional advancement for Episcopal School of Jacksonville. She has worked in the non-profit sector in fund-raising, grant-writing and communications for 25 years. Ms. Ketchum is also a writer who has published articles in local and national publications. She is a past chair of the Board of Trustees of St. Mark’s Episcopal Day School. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English from Vanderbilt University and holds a master’s degree in English from the University of North Florida.
Pamela Korn moved to Jacksonville in 1980 from San Francisco after growing up in Upstate New York. She has earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from SUNY Albany and an Masters in Business Administration from the University of Toronto. She started her banking career with the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and is currently a member of the Wells Fargo Business Banking Team. Ms. Korn has spent her career in banking working with small and moderate sized businesses. She is a recipient of the 2008 Regional Volunteer of the Year Award from the Florida Small Business Development Center and the 2007 SBA Financial Champion of the Year Award. She has been active in the United Way, Jewish Community Alliance (JCA), and has served as an Achievers for Life mentor and Take Stock in Children mentor. Ms. Korn is married to Michael Korn, who is an attorney, and together they have two adult children.
Ms. Bryan, a Jacksonville native, is involved in many philanthropic causes in Jacksonville. Peggy, the daughter of “Cotton” Paul one of Gateway’s Founders, raised over $150,000 for Serenity Park, a calm and hopeful landscape for Gateway clients and staff, dedicated to her father. Ms. Bryan was also instrumental in the building and design of Gateway’s Kids’ Success Center and Detox facility. She is a past president of Learn to Read, Leadership Jacksonville, PACE Center for Girls, Youth Leadership Jacksonville and Greenscape. Ms. Bryan is currently on the board of the Community Foundation for Northeast Florida, the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, Greenscape, PACE, the Metro YMCA, Waste Not, Want Not and Tiger Academy, the YMCA’s charter school. Ms. Bryan graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill majoring in European history and economics. Peggy recently received the Times-Union’s 2014 EVE Lifetime Achievement Award.
Ms. Sulzbacher graduated from Bartram School (now Bolles) in Jacksonville and attended George Washington University. She lived in New Jersey from 1966 through 1995 where she raised her children. Returning to Jacksonville in 1995, she began working at the Sulzbacher Center for the Homeless (1995-1997) before continuing her work with the homeless at the Mental Health Resource Center. In 2010 she returned to the Sulzbacher Center and remains a vocal advocate for homeless individuals and families. Ms. Sulzbacher has served on the boards for Catholic Charities, Hope Outreach for Everyone, Wayman CDC, Emergency Services and Homeless Coalition of Northeast Florida the North, Rotary Club and Gateway.
Mr. Jones is a lifelong resident of Jacksonville’s District 9, Warren received his bachelors degree in Political Science from the University of Florida. Before his current term on City Council, Warren previously served on the Council from 1979-1999, during which he was elected City Council President for two terms (1991-92 and 1992-93). He has experience with the issues at hand, and knows how to best represent District 9.
Mr. Dahlenburg graduated from the University of Delaware in 1981 with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Accounting. He is a Licensed as a CPA in New Jersey and Florida. He worked 6 years with Deloitte and Touche, CPA’s in New York and Miami before embarking on a 20 year career in the banking and finance industry. In 2008 he organized his own sole proprietorship CPA firm, Bill Dahlenburg, CPA/PA, focusing on personal and corporate income taxes, business formation and organization and consulting. Bill is currently Director of Finance for the Pace Center for Girls, a private, not-for-profit organization providing prevention and early intervention services to girls and young women through education, counseling, training and advocacy throughout the state of Florida. He is a member of the Mandarin Presbyterian Church and serves on multiple community boards and committees.
Zoe Ann Boyle
Ms. Boyle is an active Board Member for Gateway Community Services Board of Directors and Gateway Foundation Board. She also serves on the Board of Grace Ministry of Helping Hands, a 501(c)(3) charity that operates a ministry for women suffering the effects of human trafficking on the streets and in the jails. In 2013, Zoe Ann retired from her position as Development Director for The Bridge of Northeast Florida which provides services to children living in poverty in Jacksonville. Zoe Ann is a graduate of the University of Nevada, where she earned her Bachelors of Arts in Journalism. Her career encompassed 25 years with The William Cook Agency advancing from an entry-level copywriter to Creative Director responsible for brand images/ awareness, graphic design, and print and broadcast advertising.