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


A look at major career developments in the area.

Chapman named vice president of medical affairs

David “Brandon” Chapman, MD, has joined Baptist Health as the first vice president of medical affairs for Baptist Medical Center Clay and Baptist Medical Center South.

In this role, Chapman will focus on the implementation of patient-centric, effective and streamlined clinical care, liaising between the administration and medical staff at the two hospitals. The role is an integral part of the health system’s commitment to a seamless approach to care across the entire network.

Chapman most recently served as the associate chief medical officer and executive medical director of perioperative medicine at Atrium Wake Forest Lexington Medical Center in Lexington, North Carolina, and the associate chief medical officer at Atrium Wake Forest High Point Medical Center in High Point, North Carolina.

Chapman is a board-certified otolaryngologist, a Certified Physician Executive from the American Association for Physician Leadership, a fellow of the American College of Surgeons and a diplomat on the American Board of Otolaryngology.

904 Home Watch again earns accreditation

904 Home Watch has earned accreditation from the National Home Watch Association for the second year. The NHWA was formed in 2009 in order to establish and maintain the highest industry standards for Home Watch and absentee homeowner services throughout the United States and Canada. Home Watch is a visual inspection of a home or property, looking for obvious issues, which means that it is a service that “keeps an eye on things” at vacation or primary homes while no one is in residence. All principals of NHWA accredited member companies are background-checked, insured and bonded.

904 Home Watch owner Bob Straub earned a BA in economics from Dickinson College and has worked in the real estate industry in a variety of roles, primarily in the general brokerage and new home construction arenas.

In 2012, he moved to Northeast Florida. Here, he launched 904 Home Watch, which serves St. Johns and Duval counties, Nocatee, Sawgrass and Marsh Landing country clubs, Atlantic Beach, Neptune Beach, Jacksonville Beach and Ponte Vedra.

His website is


Shook named senior vice president

Crowley has named Phil Shook senior vice president and general manager of Land Transportation Services to lead the company’s newly created business unit.

The formal creation of the business unit reflects Crowley’s growth strategy and opportunity in the sectors. Serving as a member of the senior leadership team, Shook will be responsible for commercial business in North America, including all land-based transportation, such as brokerage solutions, intermodal services, trucking and managed transportation.  

Shook most recently served as executive vice president at Milestone Equipment Holdings, where he oversaw the domestic intermodal growth strategy for its chassis and container business. He also led marketing and customer support functions for the enterprise. Prior to Milestone, Shook worked as vice president of surface transportation and served in various other leadership roles at C.H. Robinson.  

Taylor named CEO at CareerSource NEFL

The CareerSource Northeast Florida (CareerSource NEFL) Board of Directors has selected Cheryl A. Taylor as CEO of the region’s workforce development organization. She will assume her new position on July 1.

Taylor, who has served as CareerSource NEFL senior vice president of operations for the past 10 years, was selected by the board to take on the role currently held by CEO Bruce Ferguson, who announced his retirement in January after 20 years in the position and 30 years with the organization.

Taylor becomes the first woman and the first African-American to lead the organization since its inception.

Since 2014, Taylor has managed operations for CareerSource NEFL, one of Florida’s largest workforce systems consisting of eight career centers, more than 120 employees and a $18 million budget within a six-county region of Northeast Florida.

Fisher joins Davidson Realty

Davidson Realty has announced the newest addition to their team, Tiffany Fisher, a dedicated real estate professional with a passion for providing clients with exceptional experiences.

Holding a bachelor’s in business administration from Salem University in West Virginia, Fisher has more than two decades of experience in local government as a financial analyst. There, she honed her abilities in quantitative analysis, financial modeling and strategic planning — all assets she brings to her career in real estate. Her deep understanding of business principles brings an advantage to every transaction, along with her strong sense of integrity and strategic mindset.

Contact Fisher at or 850-591-3801. Meet Davidson’s full roster of real estate professionals, and find your dream home, by going to

Rogers joins Timucuan Parks Foundation in new role

Timucuan Parks Foundation (TPF) has announced Mateo Rogers as its inaugural development director. With a wealth of broad fundraising and donor-engagement experience, Rogers assumes a pivotal role, poised to collaborate closely with the executive team and board of directors to align fundraising endeavors with overarching organizational objectives. His hiring marks a significant step forward for TPF as its team expands to continue fortifying its mission as the nonprofit supporting Jacksonville’s expansive natural areas and landscapes.

Rogers has more than 10 years of experience in creating and driving strategies for operations, development, data management and community building. He is a U.S. Navy veteran and is deeply committed to community and conservation. Rogers previously served as development manager at Teach for America and founded Stonewall Sports Jax, where he brought together diverse communities, fostered inclusivity and raised significant funds for local charities.

Bradshaw joins real estate business

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty has announced the addition of Christine Bradshaw to its team of real estate professionals.

Having resided in Northeast Florida for 12 years, Bradshaw brings a deep understanding of the local market and its unique nuances.

Her areas of expertise include luxury properties, relocation services and waterfront homes. Her commitment to providing exceptional service and her extensive knowledge make her an asset to the company.

To contact Bradshaw, call 561-373-2829 or email or

The Ponte Vedra/Nocatee office, located at 333 Village Main St., Suite 670, Ponte Vedra Beach, is managed by Daryl Atkins, who can be reached at 904-285-1800, and

Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa promotes Marozzi

Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa has promoted Alexandra Marozzi to senior sales executive. She will manage the golf/sports segment for the resort, which is located near the TPC Sawgrass golf club and has 514 rooms and more than 90,000 square feet of venue space.
Marozzi has been with the Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa since January 2022, formerly serving as director of memberships at Cabana Beach Club. There, she played a key role in driving revenue increases through initiation fees and enhancing the overall membership experience by creating membership programs that generated additional revenue for the club.
Marozzi brings several years of sales and marketing experience in the hospitality industry to the role, including extensive experience with private club organizations, such as Invited (formerly ClubCorp) and Florida Yacht Club.

— Compiled by Shaun Ryan