Davenport Named to Capital City Bank Group Board
Bonnie Davenport, AIA, president and founding principal of BKJ Inc., was named to the Capital City Bank Group board of directors on Dec. 14.
She is a certified general contractor with NCARB certification. Davenport is a member of the Maclay School Board of Trustees and of the Urban Land Institute-Capital Region. She is a graduate of Leadership Tallahassee Class 28, Entrepreneurial Excellence Program Class 3 and the Jim Moran Small Business Entrepreneurship Class 5. She is a double graduate of the University of Florida.
Capital City Bank Group is one of the largest publicly traded financial holding companies headquartered in Florida with about $4 billion in assets. It provides a full range of banking services. Capital City Bank, the group's bank subsidiary, was founded in 1895 and has 57 banking offices in Florida, Georgia and Alabama.
Woodury Named Chairman/CEO of Universal Parks & Resorts
Mark Woodbury, AIA, a theme park architect with Universal Parks and Resorts, was named chairman and CEO of the company effective Jan. 1.
Formerly the vice chairman of Universal Parks and Resorts and president of Universal Creative, Woodbury will take over for Tom Williams, who will retire March 16. Woodbury has been with Universal for more than 30 years. He has lead planning and design strategy for Universal Parks & Resorts worldwide, design and creation of Universal ride experiences, themed lands, destination hotels and more. His latest project was Universal Studios Beijing.
“Mark has unique and essential insight into everything that makes Universal Parks & Resorts successful,” said Jeff Shell, chief executive officer of NBCUniversal. “Beyond his ability to create incredibly innovative guest experiences, he has tremendous experience with strategy, financials, stewardship of the Universal Parks brand and so much more. He has also been a key part of planning for the future of Universal Parks & Resorts. All this makes him perfect for this role.”
Peacock+Lewis Announces New Director
Naples, Florida — Peacock + Lewis, a leading architecture and interior design company servicing the private club and hospitality markets welcomes licensed interior designer Patricia Sampson as the director of client initiatives for the firm.
Sampson comes to Peacock +Lewis with more than 25 years of nationwide experience designing award-winning private clubs, luxury residences and hospitality projects. Sampson will manage business development and client relationships firm-wide. Additionally, in the Naples office, Sampson will be in charge of servicing the interior design and purchasing needs of private clubs regionally. Sampson holds a BA from the University of Virginia as well as an interior design degree from Seminole State College of Florida. She is a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers and the Urban Land Institute, and is NCIDQ certified. Nationally and as a resident of Southwest Florida, Sampson has developed long-standing relationships with manufacturers, suppliers and industry leaders servicing private clubs and hospitality projects.
Peacock + Lewis, based in North Palm Beach and Naples, recently won multiple design excellence awards from the American Society of Interior Designers and design and honor awards from the American Institute of Architects. Peacock + Lewis has been providing award-winning architecture and interior design services for private clubs, residential golf course communities and the hospitality industry since 1961. For information, visit peacockandlewis.com.