Sharon Wamble-King, of Jacksonville, currently works in corporate communications. In this role, Ms. Wamble-King provides executive leadership for reputation management, external communication, internal and executive communications. December 2006, Ms. Wamble-King served as vice president of communication strategy and internal communication for Aetna. Throughout her career, Ms. Wamble-King has held leadership positions for large, complex and global organizations. She served as business consultant for Arthur Andersen, LLP, in San Francisco, California; change communication consultant for William M. Mercer in San Francisco, California; and executive staff and director at Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, California. During her career, Ms. Wamble-King has been active in community and professional organizations. She serves on the boards of Florida Memorial University in Miami, the APEC Board in Orlando, WJCT, Public Broadcasting in Jacksonville, the Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville, and the Regional Advisory Council for Leadership Florida. She is a member of the Arthur Page Society, Council for Communications Management, Public Relations Society of America, Society for Human Resource Management and the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). She has served as an international executive board member for IABC and trustee of the IABC Research Foundation. Ms. Wamble-King holds a B.S. in communication arts and sociology from the University of the Pacific and a Master of Science in Mass Communication from the California State University, San Diego. Ms. Wamble-King was appointed to the UNF Board of Trustees by the Florida Board of Governors in 2011 and reappointed for a second term ending January 2016.