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2012 IN Power List

2012 IN Power List

Cracking the Glass Ceiling By Rick Outzen and Jeremy Morrison Pensacola stumbled that last decade. We lost our iconic leaders: M. J. Menge, Jack Fetterman and Vince Whibbs, Sr. We took direct [...]

#1 Dr. Judy Bense

#1 Dr. Judy Bense

#1 Dr. Judy Bense President, University of West Florida She was in Mexico when she learned that the University of West Florida was losing its president. “I thought, ‘Aw, man, I’m gonna [...]

# 5 James J. Reeves

# 5 James J. Reeves

# 5 James J. Reeves Attorney, Developer Jim Reeves is a busy man. He sits on boards, bodies and committees. He jumps between societal theaters, enjoying politics, business and community service. [...]

#2 David Morgan

#2 David Morgan

#2 David Morgan Sheriff, Escambia County Reflecting upon life, Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan points to his maternal grandfather as having a profound influence on him. “Monetarily, a [...]

The Power Cliques

The Power Cliques

After-Hours Traveling Show Fred Levin Don Schroeder Fred Vigodsky Kay Stephenson Bob Williams Kevin Doyle Larry Johnson Ashton Hayward Cigar Cadre Jim Cronley Jim Reeves John [...]

# 4 Bentina Terry

# 4 Bentina Terry

# 4 Bentina Terry VP, External Affairs and Corporate Services, Gulf Power Her office is deep within Pensacola’s mirrored Gulf Power building. It’s down a hallway and behind a set of heavy [...]

#3 Julian MacQueen

#3 Julian MacQueen

Julian MacQueen Founder & CEO, Innisfree Hotels Work is serious business. For one local hotelier it is also somewhat spiritual. “I’d say my mantra is...” MacQueen pauses and ponders [...]

Power List Hall of Fame

Power List Hall of Fame

Once you’re named the most influential, you deserve a special place. All top finishers earn berths in this prestigious hall of fame. FRED LEVIN (2007) The flamboyant and outspoken Pensacola [...]

Balancing Act

Balancing Act

Escambia County Budget Crisis By Jeremy Morrison Heading south, with hands in his pockets and a steady stride, Escambia County Administrator Randy Oliver kept his head down. He had only recently [...]

Smart Money

Smart Money

Are Student Loans Next Big Bubble? by Jeremy Morrison It’s the kind of mathematical nightmare that keeps economic wizards awake at night. The merciless equation soaks their pillows in a cold [...]

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