Leadership Jacksonville announces directors


Leadership Jacksonville, an organization that educates, connects and inspires diverse leaders to build and strengthen their communities, has announced its 2022-23 officers and new members added to its board of directors.

The Leadership Jacksonville Board of Directors is led by President Michael Howland, president and chief executive officer, Jacksonville Speech and Hearing Center.

The following officers have been elected to the board:

  • President-Elect: Linda Lindenmoyer, vice president, relocation, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty
  • Secretary/Treasurer: Cynthia Griffin, vice president, Medicare pharmacy programs, Florida Blue
  • Immediate Past President: Kathy Miller, senior vice president, tax, Regency Centers Corporation

Elected to the Leadership Jacksonville Board of Directors for a three-year term are:

  • Jep Barbour, shareholder/attorney, Marks Gray, P.A.
  • Ashleigh Brooks, associate, Taylor, Day, Grimm & Boyd
  • Lynne Elliott, director, Medtronic, Inc.
  • Ravi Raheja, medical director and CTOM, TriageLogic Group
  • Will Smith, chief strategy and growth officer, One Call Care Management
  • Bryan Taylor, middle market/CRE team leader, Truist
  • Cleve Warren, executive director, Florida State College Foundation/chief investment officer, Florida State College at Jacksonville

Elected to the Leadership Jacksonville Board of Directors for a one-year term is Jon Cooper, regional president, Ascension St. Vincent's.