Cox names Black director of branding & programming
Cox Media Group (CMG) Jacksonville has promoted Cody Black to director of branding and programming for both Alternative WXXJ/X102-9 and Classic Hits WJGL/96.9 The Eagle.
Black started at CMG Jacksonville in a part-time capacity in 2010 and was promoted to fulltime in the promotions department in 2012. He has been working in programming with X102.9 since July 2015. Black adds programming responsibilities for 96.9 The Eagle that were previously held by Aaron Schachter, who is now the director of digital content for both CMG Orlando and Jacksonville.
“Cody is a great testament to what hard work, patience and leadership training can do for your career,” said CMG Jacksonville Operations Manager Todd Shannon. “He started with us in 2010 and has learned many facets of our business in a very short amount of time. I am very excited to see Cody continue to make X102.9 one of the most respected alternative stations in the country and add to the current success of 96.9 The Eagle.”
Tuten named COO of Eagle View Windows & Doors
Eagle View Windows & Doors has named Terry Tuten chief operating officer. Tuten joined the company in October 2015 as the chief financial officer and was recently appointed to serve as both the COO and CFO. He will be responsible for leading the team at Eagle View to ensure an effective and successful execution of the company’s short-term operational requirements and the long-term strategic goals.
Tuten is a certified public accountant and a subject matter expert in corporate finance management and process improvement. He earned his Executive Master of Business Administration from Jacksonville University, his Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from Valdosta State University and his Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from Georgia Southern University.
Tuten has more than 30 years of corporate experience and most recently served as the chief financial consultant at Accretive Solutions, Inc. and as chief financial officer for Enterprise Integration, where he provided leadership and decision-making to propel the company from $5 million to an annual $30 million in revenue. He also helped grow the company from 50 employees to 250 and was named one of the Top 250 IT Executives nationwide.
Dulles Designs expands to Ponte Vedra
Stationery designer and protocol expert Emilie Dulles is expanding Dulles Designs to Ponte Vedra.
The custom engraving, wedding stationery and event calligraphy company will be based in Ponte Vedra and open by appointment. In addition, Dulles will spend six months out of each year meeting with clients at resorts, country clubs, islands and professional offices in Palm Beach, Charleston, Washington, New York and Boston.
“By taking printed samples and design look-books into three times as many clients as before,” Dulles said, “we have effectively tripled revenues, allowing us to invest in more curated designs and graphic options, and lowered overhead costs by more than half.”
Lahey joins Atlantic Coast Bank’s Neptune Beach office
Rhett Lahey, a residential mortgage advisor for Atlantic Coast Bank, has joined the bank’s Neptune Beach office located at 1425 Atlantic Blvd. Lahey can be reached at (904) 881-5519.