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Park Brady is Chief Executive Officer for The St. Joe Company. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Brady served as President and Chief Executive Officer of ResortQuest, the nation's largest vacation rental company. During his tenure at ResortQuest, which began in 1998, Mr. Brady served as an original member of the company's Board and held various executive positions including Corporate Vice President and Chief Operating Officer before being named CEO in June of 2007. Mr. Brady holds a commercial pilot's license and proudly served in the United States Air Force. Mr. Brady is from Orlando, Florida and graduated from the University of Florida. He holds a Masters Degree from Ball State University and is a licensed Real Estate Broker in Florida and Georgia.
Patrick D. Bienvenue was recently appointed as Executive Vice President of The St. Joe Company. A veteran real estate development executive, Mr. Bienvenue brings to the Company his extensive experience and expertise in strategic initiatives and real estate development operations. For the past 15 years, Mr. Bienvenue has been the President of Leucadia Financial Corporation, and subsequently, Leucadia Development Corporation, a wholly-owned real estate subsidiary of Leucadia National Corporation. Mr. Bienvenue was President of Torwest, Inc. in the early 1990's, where he was responsible for developing the Windsor Community in Vero Beach, Florida. Prior to his leadership at Torwest, Mr. Bienvenue was an executive with Canadian Pacific Limited's Marathon Realty Limited in Toronto, as well as the Trizec Corporation in Montreal and Stamford, Connecticut. Mr. Bienvenue currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors of HomeFed Corporation in Carlsbad, California and as a Director of Maine Media Workshops and College in Rockport, Maine.
Ken Borick serves as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. Mr. Borick leads a team that is responsible for all of the Company's legal affairs. Mr. Borick has over twenty years of legal experience which began with the private practice of law in South Carolina. Mr. Borick then spent seven years with The Walt Disney Company prior to joining St. Joe in 2000. Mr. Borick graduated cum laude from the Wake Forest University School of Law and has an undergraduate business degree from Clemson University.
Rhea Goff is the Chief Administrative Officer for The St. Joe Company.
Rhea began working with St. Joe in May of 2003 with her initial role as an HR Assistant at WaterColor Inn & Resort focusing on human resources for St. Joe's resort and club operations in Walton and Bay Counties. In 2005, Rhea's role later expanded to a corporate position managing human resources for the Northwest Florida region and she is now responsible for oversight of all HR and IS operations throughout the company. She also oversees a variety of St. Joe corporate-related matters.
Rhea earned her Bachelors Degree from Florida State University in 2001 and received a Senior Professional in Human Resources certification in 2007.
Jorge Gonzalez, Senior Vice President, Development of The St. Joe Company, has been with the company since 2002. His major areas of responsibility are in entitlements, land use, environmental, regulatory and public affairs. Immediately prior to joining St. Joe, Mr. Gonzalez was a consultant in private practice.Mr. Gonzalez holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from The Florida State University. He is member of the Urban Land Institute and serves on various community boards and organizations including the FSU Panama City Campus Development Board and the Board of the Panama City Beach Chamber of Commerce.
David Harrelson is Vice President of the St. Joe Timberland Company. Mr. Harrelson is responsible for the timber resources and land management on non-entitled property, which encompasses about 540,000 acres. Mr. Harrelson joined The St. Joe Company's timber division in 1976 as a entry-level forester and has consistently worked through the ranks of the forestry division to management in 1999 and then Vice President in 2006. Mr. Harrelson graduated from Auburn University with a B.S. in Forest Management. He received an MBA from Florida State University in 2005. Mr. Harrelson serves as a board member on the Florida Forestry Association, the Forest Resources Association, is the Chair of the Tupelo Soil and Water Conservation District, Chair of the Environmental Committee for the Florida Forestry Association and a member of the Public Relations Committee for the Forest Resources Association. Since 1985 Mr. Harrelson has been a registered Forester with the State of Alabama.
Thomas Hoyer is the Chief Financial Officer for The St. Joe Company. Mr. Hoyer joined The St. Joe Company in March 2012 and brings more than 25 years of financial-management experience, most recently from eDiets.com, Inc., where he served as Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer since March 2008. Mr. Hoyer began his career at Fluor Corporation, serving in various financial-management positions. Following his 15-year tenure with Fluor, he held the positions of CFO with GlobEquip, LLC, and Vice President of Corporate Finance with MWH Global, Inc. He has also served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer with NationsRent and Vice President, Treasurer, and Chief Financial Officer with Digital Angel, Inc. Mr. Hoyer earned his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Business Administration from Clemson University.
Robert McFarlane joined The St. Joe Company in October 2012 as Senior Vice President - Commercial, Residential and Rural Land. His responsibilities include leading sales for the Company’s commercial real estate, residential real estate and rural land sales segments, as well as overseeing joint ventures and ground leases. Mr. McFarlane will also seek to maximize the value of the Company’s land.
Mr. McFarlane joined St. Joe from CB Richard Ellis (CBRE), where he served as Senior Vice President in the Global Corporate Services Group. Prior to joining CBRE, he was with Trammell Crow Company for 12 years, where he became a principal prior to the firm selling to CB Richard Ellis in 2006.
A licensed sales agent and registered professional engineer, Mr. McFarlane earned a Civil Engineering Degree from University of Texas at Arlington. He chairs or participates on several boards and is highly involved in various professional organizations.
Patrick Murphy is the Vice President of Operations for The St. Joe Company. He oversees Resort, Marina, Club and Lease Operations for the company. Mr. Murphy brings to the company extensive experience in the management and operations of large, luxury resort properties. This marks his second tenure with The St. Joe Company since he previously worked for the St. Joe-owned WaterColor Inn & Resort in Santa Rosa Beach, Fla., which was managed by The St. Joe Company at the time of his arrival. Mr. Murphy was at the WaterColor Inn & Resort since 2006 and most recently served as the resort’s General Manager. During his career, Mr. Murphy has held management positions at various Five Diamond and Five Star Resorts in the southeast. Mr. Murphy received his Bachelor’s degree from Armstrong State University in Savannah, Ga.