Benchmarks of Success: A look at major career changes in the area

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Gina Mangus named to Wired2Perform post

Wired2Perform, a behavioral science-based workforce engagement, analytics and self-awareness software-as-a-service company, has announced the appointment of Gina Mangus to chief strategy officer. In this role, Mangus will work closely with the CEO to guide the organization’s strategic direction with an emphasis on growth, innovation and partnerships.

She will also oversee Wired2Perform’s marketing, communications and business development programs, advancing Wired2Perform’s aim to help individuals, entrepreneurs, corporations, communities and nonprofit organizations achieve their potential.

Mangus previously served as executive vice president of strategy & advancement for Flagler Health+. During her time with the organization, she led the health system’s brand transformation, established partnerships with nationally acclaimed companies and collaborated to devise a digital strategy that introduced a commercialized SaaS-based platform to the broader marketplace.

Prior to her work in health care, Mangus held top-level marketing roles in the laboratory software, wireless communications and global automotive parts manufacturing industries. She has both a master’s and bachelor’s degree in communications and recently completed her first year of a doctoral program in business strategy and innovation at University of the Southwest.

Junior Achievement promotes Tiffany Guthrie

Junior Achievement of North Florida has announced that Tiffany Guthrie has been promoted to vice president, programs and partnerships. Guthrie has been with the nonprofit organization since January 2014 and has worked in a variety of roles. She most recently served as the director of development.

In her new role, she will be responsible for leading a team to implement and expand JA programs on the First Coast. She will direct volunteer recruiting, training and program management and will monitor the programs to ensure quality outcomes. She will be responsible for key corporate relationships and will serve as the primary liaison to the board for topics related to programs and education.

Guthrie has more than 20 years of experience in youth development. She was JA of North Florida’s VP of programs from January 2014 to July 2018 when she moved into the director of development position where she led fundraising efforts for the nonprofit.

Guthrie previously worked for the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office as the program manager for the Police Athletic League of Jacksonville where she was responsible for managing, supervising and directing the organizations day to day operations.

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