Transportation

ERIC GREEN

CEO, JACKSONVILLE PORT AUTHORITY (JAXPORT), JACKSONVILLE

JaxPort is Florida’s largest container port and the nation’s second-busiest vehicle-handling port. Cargo activity there generates 138,000 jobs in Florida and more than $31 billion in annual economic output. Green, a Jacksonville native, worked for the city as deputy chief administrative officer and was the port’s chief lobbyist for more than a decade. He joined JaxPort in 2005 and was named CEO in 2017.

EDUCATION St. Andrews Presbyterian College (BA)
PROFESSIONAL EVOLUTION From my time in city government to my role at the port, everything I do is about relationships. Treating people how you want to be treated pays off in the long run.
SOMETHING SURPRISING Family is everything to me. My wife, April, and I have a blended family with seven children.
FLORIDA ISSUE Building and maintaining world-class infrastructure
ALTERNATE CAREER? College basketball coach
STAYING FIT JaxPort’s employee wellness program inspires me to make better choices.

Paul Anderson

Port Tampa Bay

Mark Bostick

Comcar Industries

Phil Brown

Greater Orlando Aviation Authority

Frank DiBello

Space Florida

JOHN FENTON

PATRIOT RAIL AND PORTS

Mark Gale

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

Jim Gattoni

Landstar System

Patrick Goddard

Brightline

Eric Green

JaxPort

Bobby Harris

BlueGrace Logistics

Juan Kuryla

PortMiami

Joe Lopano

Tampa International Airport

John Murray

CANAVERAL PORT AUTHORITY

STEVEN ROSSUM

SILVER AIRWAYS AND SEABORNE AIRLINES

Robert Sanchez

Ryder System

ARTHUR R. SAVAGE

A.R. SAVAGE & SON