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Clarence H. Brown III, MD Chair
Clarence H. (Buck) Brown III, M.D. served as President and CEO of MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando from 1997 to 2012. He was the founding medical director of MD Anderson – Orlando which became the first affiliate of the renowned cancer center in Houston in 1991. In 2012, Dr. Brown joined the Orlando Health Foundation as Vice President of Development for Oncology. He also has the title of President Emeritus of MD Anderson Cancer Center Orlando.
Dr. Brown was born in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and grew up in Orlando, then attended Emory University in Atlanta where he graduated with a BA degree in chemistry in 1962 and an MD, summa cum laude, in 1966. Dr. Brown trained in internal medicine and hematology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore and in medical oncology at the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland. Following the completion of his training, he became a member of the faculty of the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, where he was a Howard Hughes Research Fellow.
In 1975, Dr. Brown returned to Central Florida to practice hematology and medical oncology. He has served as medical director of the Hemophilia Association of Orlando and the Hospice of Central Florida. In 1988, Dr. Brown served as President of the Orange County Medical Society. He has served on numerous boards in Orlando and is past-Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Orlando Health Foundation. He has served on the Florida Division Board of Directors of the American Cancer Society and as a delegate to the National Assembly of the ACS. From 2001 through 2003, Dr. Brown was chairman of the Cancer Research and Advisory Council for the state of Florida, appointed by then-governor Jeb Bush. He was named one of the “Best Doctors in America” from 1996 to 2011 and in 1998 was named one of the 25 most influential leaders in health care in Central Florida. He has been identified by Orlando Magazine as one of the “Best Doctors in Orlando” and by Orlando Business Journal as a “Who’s Who in Health Care.” In 2002, he was inducted into the William R. Boone High School (Orlando) Athletic Hall of Fame.
Dr. Brown currently is a Professor of Medicine within the University of Central Florida College of Medicine.
In July 2013 he was appointed by Governor Rick Scott to the University of Central Florida Board of Trustees.
Marcos R. Marchena Ex Officio
MARCOS R. MARCHENA is the senior partner of Marchena and Graham, P.A. an Orlando business and government law firm, and serves as general counsel to the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. Currently Marcos serves on the Board of Trustees and also as an officer on the UCF Foundation Board. Marcos has served as Chairman of the Florida Transportation Commission, which provided oversight to the Florida Department of Transportation. He has also been Chairman of the Federal Middle District Court Nominating Committee, Chairman of the Valencia Community College Board of Trustees, the Orange County Planning and Zoning Commission and the City of Orlando Nominating Board. This year he was selected one of the 50 most powerful people in Orlando, Florida by Orlando Magazine. His prior recognitions include being selected as one of the Orlando Business Journal top 40 community leaders under 40. He has been recognized as one of the 10 top businessmen in Central Florida, and was also previously named to the Florida Legal Elite by Florida Trend Magazine. Marcos was born in Cienfuegos, Cuba. He immigrated to the U.S. in 1971 and has lived in Orlando since that year. Marcos received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Central Florida and graduated cum laude from Stetson University College of Law with a Juris Doctor degree. He has been a member of the Bar of the State of Florida since 1985 and is also a member of the United States Court of Appeal for the Eleventh Circuit and the United States District Courts for the Middle, Northern and Southern Districts of Florida. Marcos and his wife Nancy have three daughters.
The Honorable Kenneth W. Bradley
Winter Park Memorial Hospital: A Florida Hospital
200 North Lakemont Avenue
Winter Park, Florida 32792
Kenneth W. Bradley is the Senior Vice President/Administrator at Winter Park Memorial Hospital, a 318-bed Florida Hospital. Bradley has more than 30 years of central Florida healthcare experience, including Campus CEO/COO of Florida Hospital Kissimmee and COO of Florida Hospital’s Celebration Health. Bradley’s professional roots are in human resources management.
Bradley was born at Florida Hospital, as was his father Don Bradley, who served the organization for more than 50 years in numerous capacities before retiring. He was raised in Winter Park, Florida. Four generations of Bradleys have served Florida Hospital since 1922. The Bradley family, which includes Ken, his father and mother, his paternal grandparents, his wife Ruth, and his nephew Chris, collectively has over 170 years of service to the Hospital.
Bradley is a community builder and civic leader. His civic and professional service includes elected and appointed office as well as volunteer leadership. He served two terms as the elected Mayor of Winter Park, Florida. Bradley was first elected in March 2009 and re-elected on January 31, 2012, with almost 72% of the vote.
In 2016, Bradley was appointed by Florida Governor Rick Scott to serve on the University of Central Florida Board of Trustees. He also serves on the Wells Fargo Central Florida Community Bank Board. He has served on the Winter Park Library Board, and as a Board of Trustees member of the University of Central Florida Foundation and the Southwest Volusia Healthcare Corporation Board. He is a graduate of Leadership Florida, Class 25. Bradley was appointed by the State of Florida CFO to serve on the Florida Medical Malpractice Joint Underwriters Association. Previously, Bradley served as the Chairman of the Board/Winter Park Chamber of Commerce, Board Member/Heart of Florida United Way, and Chairman of the Board/Community Vision of Osceola County. He is a member of the Rotary Club of Winter Park, with 29 years of perfect attendance. Additionally, he is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Bradley has received numerous awards including: University of Central Florida Business College Hall of Fame (2014), Adventist Health System’s Crystal Angel (2011), Winter Park Chamber Citizen of the Year (2010), and the Orlando Business Journal’s Central Florida’s Most Influential Businessmen award (2004 and 2010).
Bradley is a 1985 graduate of the University of Central Florida with a Masters of Business Administration. In 1983, he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern Adventist University (formerly known as Southern College of Seventh-day Adventists) in Collegedale, Tennessee.
He is dedicated to making his hospital, his city, and the people of Winter Park the very best they can be. Ken also enjoys traveling, playing golf, collecting miniature airplanes, and spending time with his beloved family.
February 10, 2016
Alex Martins, who has spent 26 years in professional sports management and rejoined the Magic in June of 2005, was promoted to chief executive officer on December 7, 2011. He previously served as president for more than one year and was the team’s chief operating officer from 2006-10. Martins also serves as CEO of SED Development, LLC, an affiliate of the Magic which is currently planning an entertainment mixed use development across Church Street from the Amway Center.
Martins, who served in various senior-level management capacities with the Magic between 1989-98 and as the organization’s executive vice president of marketing and franchise relations in 2005-06, oversees all operations of the club.
Over the past eight years, Martins led the Magic in a transformation of its business operations, while overseeing a ticket sales, premium sales and corporate partnership effort which saw the most successful business year in the history of the franchise in the 2010-11 season. The transformation process received the recognition of the SportsBusiness Journal which named the Magic as a finalist for Professional Sports Team of the Year, the only NBA team to be named a finalist.
Similarly, Martins spearheaded the transformation of the current Magic basketball operation including the recruitment of current Magic General Manager Rob Hennigan and Head Coach Jacque Vaughn.
Included in the franchise’s success has been the largest season ticket base in franchise history in 2010-11 (14,200) and the most successful corporate sales effort in franchise history. Amongst these records are the largest increase in attendance in the NBA over the five-year period, the most new sales and season tickets sold in the league in two of the last five years, and the largest group ticket sales effort in team history last season.
Martins was instrumental in helping to secure the new state-of-the-art Amway Center in Orlando. The Amway Center is part of a public community venues program that also includes a new Performing Arts Center and a renovation of the Citrus Bowl Stadium. The new Amway Center opened in October 2010. The facility was named a finalist for the SportsBusiness Journal’s Sports Facility of the Year Award for two consecutive years, and captured the award in 2012. Additionally, the Magic also contributed $20 million toward and constructed five community recreation centers throughout Orange County, Florida, as part of its commitment to build the new Amway Center. The Amway Center was honored in 2013 with the Customer Experience Award during TheStadiumBusiness Awards presentation held in association with TheStadiumBusiness Summit in Manchester, England.
Over the last seven years at the annual NBA Sales and Marketing Meetings, the Magic organization was awarded the “New Full Season Ticket Award” twice for being No. 1 in the NBA in new full season tickets sold, a “90 Percent Renewal Award” for being just one of five teams to achieve a 90 percent or higher season ticket renewal rate in 2007, a “Sponsorship Account Performance Award” for the extraordinary number of accounts secured by the corporate partnerships department and the “Retailer of the Year Award” for the team’s retail sales performance. Martins is a member of the NBA Team Presidents Advisory Council.
Martins originally joined the Magic as director of publicity/media relations in April 1989. In September of 1996, he was promoted to senior director of communications. He also previously served as the Chairman of the Board of the Magic Action Team Community Fund. The Magic Action Team Fund developed into the Orlando Magic Youth Fund, which has distributed nearly $18 million to local nonprofit organizations during the last 23 years, including $1 million this season. Additionally, Martins served on the developmental board of the DeVos Sport Business Management Program at the University of Central Florida. The program has been funded through a $9 million endowment by Rich and Helen DeVos and awards dual Masters degrees in Sport Management and Business Administration.
Martins has also has served as the senior vice president of marketing and branding for the NBA’s New Orleans Hornets, vice president of communications and public affairs with the NFL’s Cleveland Browns and vice president of sports ventures with the Tavistock Group. At Tavistock, Martins served as tournament director of The Tavistock Cup, a PGA Tour-sanctioned event.
Martins started his career as a student assistant in the Villanova sports information department, assisted in the Philadelphia 76ers public relations department and was also the assistant sports information director at Georgetown University (1988-89).
Martins is past chairman of the Metro Orlando Economic Development Commission and The Central Florida Partnership. He also serves on the board of directors of the Orlando/Orange County Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Central Florida Commission on Homeless, the executive committee of the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center and the Central Florida board of directors for Seaside National Bank & Trust.
In December of 2013, Martins was awarded the 2013 Charles Andrews Memorial Hospitality Award for Community Leadership by the Central Florida Hotel and Lodging Association. The award is CFHLA’s highest honor recognizing an individual’s achievements and contributions to the Central Florida hospitality industry as well as the community at large.
Martins earned his MBA from the University of Central Florida where he is a member of the College of Business Administration’s Hall of Fame. He also serves on the Dean’s Executive Council for the College of Business Administration at UCF, was honored with the opportunity to serve as Commencement Speaker at UCF in August of 2008 and serves on the UCF Board of Trustees.
A native of Kearny, New Jersey, Martins earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Villanova, where he graduated from in 1986. He resides in Orlando, Fla., with his wife, Juliet, and daughters, Sophia (9) and Gabrielle (7).