Four New Members Join the Board of Trustees
Episcopal welcomed four new members of the Board of Trustees this year: (left to right) Henry Brown, Joe Barrow, Anne Grace Lee ’84, and Cathy Cranberg. All four are current or former parents, and all four bring exceptional professional and personal experience to the Board. “We greatly appreciate the time our Board of Trustees members give to ensure Episcopal can continue to live out its mission,” said The Rev. Adam Greene, Head of School. “We welcome Joe, Henry, Cathy, and Anne, and thank them in advance for everything we know they will contribute to our school and our community, both of which will greatly benefit from their wisdom and guidance over the next few years.”
Joe Barrow is the former CEO of First Tee and golf product company Izzo. He has worked closely with the KIPP Program, served as a board member at Riverside Presbyterian Day School, and is the rising Board Chair at Baptist. Joe and his wife Amy have a daughter, Julia ’25, who attends the Munnerlyn Campus.
Henry Brown has been the CEO for Miller Electric Company since 2012. In addition to his work at the company, Henry is involved in a variety of community and industry organizations. He is a member of the Jacksonville Civic Council; Chair of the 2022 First Coast Heart Walk; Past-Chair of the JAX Chamber Board of Directors; a member of YPO and Past-Chair of the YPO Florida Chapter; a member of the Board of Directors of United Way of North Florida; a member of the Metro Board for the First Coast YMCA; Past-Chair of the Executive Advisory Board for JU’s Davis College of Business; and and past Vice-Chair of the Board of Trustees of Jacksonville Country Day School. Henry is the 2021 recipient of NECA’s James H. McGraw Award for his industry leadership in diversity, equity, and inclusion and has been inducted into NECA’s Academy of Electrical Contracting in recognition of his exceptional leadership and service to the industry. Henry and his wife Jennifer have three children at Episcopal: Abby and Emma in ninth grade and Grace in eleventh grade.
Cathy Cranberg is the founder of ACE Scholarships and she and her husband Alex are working to expand the organization nationally. Cathy serves on the Board of Aspect Holdings, LLC and One Map Mineral Services, LLC, while working as a strategic consultant within both.Cathy spent most of her career leading large, complex commercial organizations at GE Healthcare and Novartis Pharmaceuticals. She served as Managing Director at Novartis from 2008-2014 and as Vice President at General Electric from 2005-2008. Cathy and her Alex have two children attending Episcopal: Sklyar is in fourth grade at Beaches Campus and Shane is in ninth grade.
Anne Grace Lee ‘84 is President of Grace & Company, Inc., a Jacksonville real estate holding company. Anne has previously served on the board of the Children’s Home Society, North Florida Division and as a volunteer with the St. Vincent’s Foundation as co-chair of the Red Rose Ball. Her three daughters are St. Mark’s and Episcopal alumni, Mary Dudley Lee-White ‘12, Catherine Lee Nichols ‘14 and Laurel Lee ‘16. Anne served as chair of several fundraising efforts including St. Mark’s Campus 30th Anniversary Gala. Anne and her husband Childress are active members of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church.