Arts/Entertainment/Sports

JUDITH MITCHELL

CEO, RAYMOND F. KRAVIS CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, WEST PALM BEACH

Mitchell, the only CEO the center has had since its completion in 1992, retires this year. With 200 full-time employees and 500 volunteers, the center offers a schedule of national and international artists and companies along with arts education programs, hosting more than 2.6 million students since its inception. She’s currently leading a $50-million campaign to support a redesign and facility expansion.

EDUCATION Abilene Christian University
PROFESSIONAL EVOLUTION Over the years we’ve had hurricanes, labor issues and other crises. I’ve found that being orderly about tackling problems carries the day.
SOMETHING SURPRISING I love skeet shooting.
ALTERNATE CAREER? I’m very entrepreneurial, so I’m sure I would have started a business of my own.
FAVORITE VACATION Ten days in the Galapagos Islands. The ability to get so close to the wildlife – because they don’t view us as predators there – was an amazing experience.

KEN BABBY

FAST FORWARD SPORTS GROUP

Mark Bellissimo

Equestrian Sports Productions

Matthew Caldwell

Florida Panthers Hockey

Tony Dungy

Broadcaster

Tom Garfinkel

Dolphins and Hard Rock Stadium

STEVE HOGAN

FLORIDA CITRUS SPORTS

NANCY HOGSHEAD-MAKAR

CHAMPION WOMEN

Derek Jeter

Miami Marlins

Shahid “Shad” Khan

Jacksonville Jaguars

JUDY LISI

STRAZ CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

Alex Martins

Orlando Magic

Duncan McClellan

Duncan McClellan Gallery

JUDITH MITCHELL

RAYMOND F. KRAVIS CENTER

Jay Monahan

PGA Tour

KATHY RAMSBERGER

DR. PHILLIPS CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

KAY RAWLINS

ORLANDO CITY SC

Matt Silverman

Tampa Bay Rays