Information/Tech/Media

JOE YORK

PRESIDENT, AT&T FLORIDA & CARIBBEAN, JACKSONVILLE

AT&T Florida employs 12,000 people and has invested nearly $3.2 billion in its Florida networks over the past three years. York started his career in broadcast journalism at an NBC affiliate in Jacksonville. “Originally I thought I would pursue a career in sports broadcasting. I took a pivot into the legislative arena working as a staffer and was fortunate enough to work on the Utilities and Communications Committee. That experience ultimately led to what is currently an 18-year career at AT&T.”

EDUCATION Auburn University (BS)
SOMETHING SURPRISING As a teenager, I lived in a small village in Germany in northern Bavaria near Wertheim. I was the only American kid in the village.
FLORIDA ISSUE Florida has a great opportunity to be a leader in workforce readiness.
ALTERNATE CAREER? I would have been a college basketball coach.

Raúl Alarcón Jr.

Spanish Broadcasting System

Ron Antevy

e-Builder

Charlotte Baker

Digital Hands

Caroline Beasley

Beasley Broadcast Group

Daniel Cane

Modernizing Medicine

CARLOS CARBONELL

ECHO INTERACTION GROUP

George Cheros

National Center for Simulation

Daryl Holt

Electronic Arts

Neil Hunn

Roper Technologies

MARVA JOHNSON

STATE GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS

Kenneth Kahn

LRP Media Group

Kristin Johnson Karp

Hotwire Communications

Bob McClure

James Madison Institute

Brian Murphy

ReliaQuest

Martin Rubin

Smart City Holdings

Christopher Ruddy

Newsmax Media

Beverly Seay

UCF Board of Trustees

Jeff Stoops

SBA Communications

Paul Tash

Times Publishing/Tampa Bay Times

GREG VAN HORN

LAUNCH POTATO

John Zettel

AVI-SPL