The Betty Griffin Center Board of Directors has elected John Daly (pictured above), Gina Mangus and Jodi Midiri to join the board in August for the 2024-25 Fiscal Year.

A lifetime Florida resident who currently lives in the Ponte Vedra area,  Daly is a senior director with Cisco Systems where he has been employed for 18 years. Offering a broad base of professional experience, Daly just received a graduate certificate in artificial intelligence and machine learning from the University of California at Berkeley. He has also worked with a tech company in Silicon Valley, where he managed project management offices and engineering organizations. During his career, he also worked as a deputy sheriff and volunteer fire fighter.

Daly received both his bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in management information systems at Florida State University and later earned a master’s degree in finance from Harvard University

Gina Mangus currently serves as Senior Director of Asset Strategy and Development for GuideWell Health, where she leads strategic initiatives to optimize and expand delivery of high quality, affordable clinical care across the State of Florida for members of Florida Blue. Prior to joining GuideWell, she spent 17 years at a Northeast Florida-based health system serving in progressively responsible leadership roles in marketing, community health improvement, strategic planning and patient engagement, most recently as Executive Vice President of Strategy and Advancement.

Earlier in her career, Mangus held leadership roles in the wireless technology and automotive safety systems industries. She also serves on the board of Epic Behavioral Healthcare, and  previously served on the board of United Way of St. Johns County and on the St. Johns County Economic Development Council. Mangus received a bachelor of art degree from the University of West Florida and a master of art degree in healthcare communications from Southern New Hampshire University. She also completed significant coursework toward a doctorate in strategy and innovation at University of the Southwest. She currently resides in St. Augustine.

Jodi Midiri is a board-certified neurologist and psychiatrist who is currently an outpatient psychiatrist with Mosaic Lifecare, where she provides full-time clinical services to children, adolescents and adults. Previously, she served in a similar capacity at Southern Illinois Healthcare in Carbondale, Illinois and as an inpatient psychiatrist at Hartgrove Hospital in Chicago. Midiri began her professional career as outpatient psychiatrist and medical director at St. Joe’s CMH at Centerville, Michigan.

Midiri graduated from New York University, later obtaining a special science degree from The University of Pennsylvania.  She earned her medical degree at Ross University School of Medicine, completing her psychiatry residency at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Throughout her career, she has given back to communities by volunteering at numerous hospitals and animal shelters and, at one point, teaching children living in third-world countries. She has also held several positions on hospital boards and recently was the charity chair of the Ponte Vedra’s Woman’s Club.

“Each of these board members bring special expertise to our board of directors and we look forward to their guidance as they set to provide fiscal oversight and strategic leadership for our nonprofit agency moving into our next fiscal year and beyond,” said Betty Griffin Center CEO Kelly Franklin.