It employed Emily Fisher as VP of applications and planning and promoted Christy Gandy to VP of operations.
The Florida Ports Council introduced Monday that it’s introduced on Emily Fisher as vice chairman of applications and planning and promoted Christy Gandy to vice chairman of operations.
Fisher brings a wealth of enterprise, financial improvement and member relations expertise to FPC. Her resume consists of positions on the Florida Chamber of Commerce and the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. She is a graduate of Central Michigan University, the place she earned a level in communications and Spanish.
In her new function, Fisher will lead programmatic efforts associated to the Florida Seaport Transportation and Economic Development Program, in addition to managing seaport relations.
“We’re happy to have Emily be part of the seaports group, and are enthusiastic about her capability to switch her enterprise and financial improvement expertise to assist profit Florida’s seaports,” FPC president and CEO Michael Rubin mentioned.
Gandy is a 15-plus yr veteran of the FPC, aiding with day by day operations of the Tallahassee-based workplace, and main all occasion planning for usually scheduled conferences with executives from Florida’s 15 seaports. She is actively concerned with the Florida Society of Association Executives.
“Christy is a devoted group member, routinely serving to guarantee we offer the perfect conferences and occasions for our members and stakeholders, and she or he is well-deserving of this promotion,” Rubin added.
Fisher and Gandy will report back to Rubin, who not too long ago took over as president and CEO. He has labored at FPC since 1998.
FPC is knowledgeable affiliation that advocates on behalf of Florida seaports and their administration. The Council is ruled by a Board of Directors comprised of the 15 port administrators with workers help positioned in Tallahassee.