David R. Nelson, MD
Since 2018, David R. Nelson, MD, has served as the University of Florida's senior vice president for health affairs and president of UF Health. In this role, Dr. Nelson guides operations for all components of UF Health, the university’s academic health center, with campuses in Gainesville, Jacksonville and Central Florida. This includes six health science colleges, eight interdisciplinary research centers, three hospital systems and more than 100 physician practices. Before assuming this role, Dr. Nelson served as director of the UF Clinical and Translational Science Institute since 2010.
Russ Armistead, MBA
Armistead served as CEO of UF Health Jacksonville from January 2013 until his retirement in December 2017. He resumed the role in August 2021 after the sudden passing of Dr. Leon Haley. Prior to his role with UF Health Jacksonville, Armistead served as the associate vice president of finance and planning for the University of Florida Health Science Center in Gainesville, Florida.
Michelle M. Boynton
Boynton served eight years as a health lawyer at Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. in
Minnesota, advising hospitals and other health care entities. Since leaving law
practice, she has served as a board member on the First Coast YMCA Metroplitan Board,
a president's panel member for UF Health Jacksonville, and a member of the Women's
Gray-Eurom is chief quality officer for UF Health Jacksonville, responsible for leading the hospital’s quality improvement and safety efforts to ensure that patients receive the best, most compassionate and safest care possible. Board-certified in emergency medicine, she also serves as assistant dean for quality and safety with the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville and professor and assistant chair of emergency medicine.
Lall currently serves as professor and chair of radiology at the University of Florida College of Medicine – Jacksonville. She is also chief of abdominal and body imaging and program director of the abdominal imaging fellowship. A board-certified abdominal radiologist, she specializes in abdominal and pelvic imaging, with additional expertise in hepatobiliary, pancreatic and post-transplant imaging.
Audrey McKibbin Moran, JD
A graduate of Duke University School of Law, Moran has held key leadership roles for former Jacksonville Mayors John Delaney, as his chief of staff, and Ed Austin, as director of legislative affairs. She served as a top prosecutor at the State’s Attorney’s office, becoming the first female attorney appointed a director in the Fourth Judicial Circuit. Moran also held the position of CEO of the Sulzbacher Center for the Homeless and was a past chair of the Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce and former trustee of the Jessie Ball DuPont Fund and numerous other nonprofit organizations.
Marsha D. Powers is a veteran health care executive with more than four decades of experience, including operational responsibility for
large and diverse hospital networks. She recently retired from Tenet Healthcare Corporation where she served as the company’s chief strategy officer.
She previously served as the CEO of Tenet’s Eastern Division, Coastal Region. She was responsible for directing the strategy
and operations for 17 acute care hospitals, five freestanding emergency rooms, seven mental health facilities, two Level I trauma
centers, seven rehab centers, 10 outpatient surgery centers and 25 outpatient centers in South Florida, Massachusetts and South
Spencer serves as the regional president of Ameris Bank for Northeast and North
Central Florida. He has extensive experience working in the banking industry, previously
serving as CEO of Jacksonville Bancorp and The Jacksonville Bank. In addition, he
serves on the board of directors for City Rescue Mission, is a member of the Florida
Bar Arbitration Committee and is a prior member of the Florida Bar Grievance Committee.