Baptist Health is pleased to announce the newest members of the Baptist Health, Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville, Baptist Medical Center South, Baptist Medical Center Nassau and Wolfson Children’s Hospital’s boards of directors.
Cleve Warren has been appointed to the Baptist Health System board. Rachael Tutwiler Fortune and Marsha Oliver have been appointed to Baptist Jacksonville’s board, and Marcy Stoudt and Michael Ammiano joined Baptist South and Baptist Nassau’s boards, respectively. Wolfson Children’s welcomes Michael DuBow as the new chair of its board of directors and Baptist Jacksonville welcomes Michael Diaz as the new chair of its board of directors.
“As the only locally governed, faith-based, not-for-profit health care system in Northeast Florida, our volunteer boards play an instrumental role in our organization and our region,” said Michael A. Mayo, DHA, FACHE, interim CEO of Baptist Health. “These new board members join 91 exceptional individuals in Baptist Health governance who volunteer their time and expertise to help us improve access to high-quality care and ensure we are prepared to meet the future health needs of our growing community.”
The newly appointed board members will serve three-year terms.
Cleve Warren is the chief investment officer for Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ), and executive director of the Florida State College at Jacksonville Foundation. He currently serves on the board of the First Coast Metropolitan YMCA, Tiger Academy Charter School, the Tournament Players Championship Advisory Board, and the Eartha M.M. White Legacy Fund Advisory Board. A retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel, Warren earned a bachelor’s degree in banking and finance from the University of North Florida, and a master’s degree in business administration from Jacksonville University.
Michael K. Diaz (chair) is a co-founder and chief financial officer of St. Augustine Distillery Company and chairman of FabTech Supply. He previously served as chief operating officer of Black Diamond Performance Reporting, and in multiple executive positions with Acosta Sales and Marketing, Inc. He is a certified public accountant with a master’s degree from the University of Florida. He is currently on the Baptist Hospital Foundation board, the board of Southern Baptist Hospital of Florida, and the board of directors of Deerwood Rotary.
Rachael Tutwiler Fortune currently serves as president of the Jacksonville Public Education Fund and has served the organization in an executive capacity for nearly four years. Fortune has worked in the public education sector for more than a decade, most notably performing grant management at the Department of Education for the Race to the Top initiative under former President Barack Obama’s administration and helping shape youth policy at the Department of Health and Human Services. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in political science from the University of North Florida and earned a master’s degree in education policy, organization and leadership studies from Stanford University.
Marsha Oliver is vice president of community and inclusion at the PGA TOUR and recently served as senior director of community outreach for THE PLAYERS Championship. She previously worked as director of public affairs for the City of Jacksonville and as assistant superintendent of communications for Duval County Public Schools. She has an extensive history with community engagement, as evidenced by her experience serving on the boards of local organizations, including the Eartha M.M. White Legacy Fund and Community Hospice & Palliative Care. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in public relations from Florida A&M University and holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.
Marcy Stoudt is CEO of Revel Coach, an executive coaching firm focused on women in leadership. Her company works with a variety of clients to provide executive, business and career coaching services. Prior to Revel Coach, Marcy spent 22 years in corporate America in various roles from vice president of strategy to vice president of sales, marketing and customer experience. Stoudt lives in Ponte Vedra Beach and earned a Bachelor of Arts in communications from Denison University in Ohio.
Michael Ammiano is senior vice president and commercial account director at Harden, a Gallagher Company. During his 40-year career in the insurance industry, Ammiano has held senior management and brokerage positions with several national brokerage firms.
He has previously served as chairman of the board of trustees for the North Florida Multiple Sclerosis Society and chairman of Baptist Jacksonville’s Development Council. He currently serves on Baptist Nassau’s Development Council and is a graduate of Leadership Jacksonville. Ammiano earned his Bachelor of Arts in economics and Master of Business Administration from Stetson University.
Wolfson Children’s Hospital
Michael DuBow (chair) is a Jacksonville native who is actively involved in the Northeast Florida community. In addition to his leadership role on the Wolfson Children’s Board, DuBow is a trustee with the Community Foundation for Northeast Florida and vice president of the Jacksonville Jewish Center Board of Directors. He also supports several local nonprofits through grants awarded by the DuBow Family Foundation, for which he serves as vice president.
DuBow served as president and co-founder of HMS Sales and Marketing from 1990 to 2000, when the company was sold to Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals. He stayed on as a consultant for Sun Pharma/Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals until 2010. DuBow earned a Bachelor of Science in Management degree in marketing from Tulane University in New Orleans, and a Master of Business Administration degree in accounting from the University of Florida.