The Jacksonville University Board of Trustees has elected Fred Pruitt as chair, Margaret Black-Scott as vice chair, Matthew Kane as secretary/advocate and Charles Wodehouse as treasurer. The officers serve three-year terms.
A Board of Trustees member since 2006, Pruitt worked 20 years with Atlantic Bank and 15 years with First Union Corp., retiring as First Union’s executive vice president. He received degrees from JU in 1969 (Bachelor of Arts in history) and 1985 (Executive Master of Business Administration).
Black-Scott, president and CEO of Beverly Hills (Calif.) Wealth Management and former managing director and vice chairman of Morgan Stanley, has been a Board of Trustees member since 2007. She received a Master of Business Administration degree from JU in 1985 and is a former JU adjunct professor.
Kane, owner of Greenshades Software in Jacksonville, has served on the Board of Trustees since 2009. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in computer information systems from JU in 2001 and is past chair of the JU Alumni Board of Governors.
Wodehouse, retired president of CSX Technology Inc. and retired vice president of CSX Transportation, has served on the Board of Trustees since 2009. He is former chair of the JU Davis College of Business Executive Advisory Board.