Jason Johnson

As the Owner and Chief Marlin, Jason, along with his team, provides SEO (Search Engine Optimization), Managed Pay Per Click Services, Website Design, Marketing Automation and CRM Implementation services to small and medium enterprises all over Jacksonville and the state of Florida.
Founded in 2009, Marlin Consulting Solutions has experienced consistent growth while boasting excellent customer retention. Their mission is to help business owners achieve success through effective online marketing and by leveraging technology. To learn more about our Small Business Champion’s firm, visit


Kinita King

Kinita L. King is a Regional Broker Coordinator for AFLAC Agent, specializing in company and individual benefit consultations and administration. Prior to AFLAC, she has 15 plus years of multi-facet Human Resources Management experience with a specialty in benefits and payroll administration both in the public and private sector.

Certified Professional Human Resources Management (PHR),
B.A. from Florida A & M University

Master’s Degree from Florida State University in Public Administration.

Member of-Jacksonville Chamber: Past All Council Chair & Past President of PWC& Mandarin Council; Former Member JAX Chamber Board of Directors

Member of CREW Jacksonville
Volunteers: Best Buddies; Shiloh Baptist Church – Welcome Committee

Enjoys cooking, working out, attending church, spending time with family and volunteering.

Vice President

Heather Borders

Heather is a Registered Dietitian and Founder of Kailo Nutrition. As a
private practice dietitian she works with clients who want to use nutrition
as a way to achieve health goals and alleviate physical symptoms. Her
clinical interests are addressing gastrointestinal disorders, autoimmune
disorders, weight management, and diabetes.

Heather believes a healthy lifestyle is not about restrictions, it’s about
creating new habits. To learn more about Kailo Nutrition, visit:

Heather Borders serves on the South Council Board and as the Vice President
and is on the Business Grants & Business College Scholarship committee for
the South Council.


Cyndi Hulett-Hunt

Cyndi has been in banking for over 23 years and with Ameris for 16 years. She joined the Jacksonville Mandarin office in 2020 and shares her knowledge of all aspects of banking from teller, personal banker, assistant manager, branch management and area sales leadership with her branch. She enjoys working directly with her customers one on one and creating a trustworthy relationship so they feel comfortable calling on her to help with all of their banking needs. Ameris Bank’s purpose is to bring financial piece of mind to our communities, one person at a time. To learn more about Ameris Bank visit:

Cyndi serves on the South Council Board as Treasurer and the welcome lead for South Council luncheons.


Benjamin Loeb

As an Edward Jones financial advisor, Benjamin believes it’s important to invest his time to understand what you’re working toward before you invest your money. Working closely with you and your CPA, attorney and other professionals, he can help determine the most appropriate financial strategy for you and your family. He can also help with your retirement savings strategy so you have more options when you retire, regardless of what you decide to do.

Relationships are key, and in our view, meeting face to face builds strong relationships. We meet when it’s convenient for our clients because we recognize the challenging needs of their businesses and their lives.


Wendy Norfleet

Dr. Wendy Norfleet is currently the CEO and founder of Norfleet Integrated Solutions (NIS). NIS specializes in working with clients to fulfill their training, leadership development and career service needs.

Wendy is a published author and holds life coach, leadership development and career development certifications. She has also received several leadership awards. She was one of Jacksonville Business Journal Women of Influence 2020 and has been named as one of the Small Business Leaders of the Year for 2021. Wendy is a graduate of Wayne State University (Ph.D., Instructional Technology), University of Detroit Mercy (M.S., Computer Information Systems), and Detroit College of Business (B.S., Computer Information Systems).

Wendy is active in the community as a mentor for Take Stock in Children, volunteer for Girls in IT at Andrew Jackson High School and an active alumna of Leadership Jacksonville. She also serves on several boards that include Board Chair for Pace Center for Girls Clay, Immediate Past President for Jacksonville Chamber’s Information Technology Council (JITC), current program chair for the South Council and board of directors’ member for Synapse in Tampa.


Joseph Cisneros

Joseph (AKA Joe) Serves as Chairman of Business Grants & Business College Scholarships with JAX Chamber South Council. Outside of the council, Joe serves as Branch Manager at 121 Financial. He has over 15 years of financial banking experience specializing in to rated customer service. At 121 Financial CU, we believe in providing our members with one on one service providing solutions for your personal and business financial goals. To learn more about 121 Financial CU visit:

Core values he possesses and practices professionally and personally consist of Commitment to Members, Creating Trust, Continuous Improvement, Collaboration, Creativity and Innovation, Community Focus. Joe also enjoys the outdoors by taking occasional bike rides and walks. One of Joe’s favorite quotes is “There is no such thing as the best, there is only trained and un-trained” – Denzel Washington, “Man on Fire” Movie Film.


Mark Goldwich

A Florida native and Jacksonville resident since 2000, Mark earned a degree in Insurance from the University of Florida in 1986, and has been a licensed insurance adjuster since 1987. Mark spent 17 years traveling the country both physically and virtually, and handled or supervised the handling of millions of claims before changing roles in 2004 to handle claims only for policyholders in need of a proper settlement. Since 2004, Mark has owned Gold Star Adjusters, where his team of licensed adjusters help policyholders recover from disaster by ensuring they get the policy benefits and settlement money they are entitled to. They process and negotiate property claims on behalf of policyholders, recovering millions of dollars each year for insurance consumers that might otherwise never get paid.

Mark has written 2 books on his experience in the insurance claims industry, and in 2019 created the 501(c)3 non-profit “Veterans Claim Victory” to help military veterans and first responders transition to the civilian workforce. Mark has been a Jax Chamber member since 2005, and was the Mandarin Council Small Business Leader of the Year for 2009. To learn more, visit

Kathy Sutton

Chamber Representative or 904-273-5366