JAXPORT forced to reopen CEO search
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- JAXPORT is now forced to reopen its CEO search after its current candidate dropped out of the running.
In April, JAXPORT's board of directors unanimously named Juan Kuryla as its new CEO. Kuryla just notified JAXPORT that he has withdrawn his candidacy and plans to stay at his current position. Kuryla is the deputy port director of Port Miami, and has been with the organization for the past 15 years.
JAXPORT's Former CEO Paul Anderson left in December for a higher paying job as CEO of the Tampa Port Authority.
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