Three added to Symphony Advisory Council


The Jacksonville Symphony has announced that three new members have joined its advisory council. Coming from insurance, law and sales marketing backgrounds, the newly appointed advisory council members bring years of experience and leadership to help provide high-level oversight and consultation on key Jacksonville Symphony activities.

The Symphony welcomes the following individuals to the Advisory Council:

  • Christopher Bultinck, vice president of business development for the PGA Tour
  • Alex Burton, area president and managing director of senior living practice for Gallagher
  • Christopher Walker, associate attorney, litigation practice group for Balch & Bingham LLP

“I’m thrilled to be expanding our Advisory Council with such talented, invested people,” said Steven Libman, president and CEO. “These individuals bring unique perspectives on both the Jacksonville community and the arts world as a whole. With their added insight and business experiences, the Symphony’s advisory council is stronger than ever as we continue the exquisite ’23-’24 season.”

In addition to its newest members, five core members of the Symphony’s stakeholders also sit on the advisory council:

  • Monica Hernández, VP of asset services control, global markets at Bank of America
  • Branita Mann, speech-language pathologist
  • Patricia McElroy, senior VP at VyStar Credit Union, president of VyStar Foundation
  • Nikesha Elise Williams, producer, author and founder of NEW Reads Publications
  • John S. Willim, corporate finance executive and strategic planning officer

For more information and to view the full list of the Jacksonville Symphony’s administration team, go to