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Port Everglades Announces Two Appointments

David Anderton
David Anderton
Port Everglades recently promoted seaport planning expert David Anderton to the newly created position of assistant director of Port Everglades strategic planning and development. Anderton will provide oversight and direction for the development and implementation of short- and long-range strategic plans including facilities planning, capital improvements programming and implementing Port Everglades’ Capital Improvements Program.

Anderton began working at Port Everglades in 2002 in the Seaport Engineering & Construction Division of the Broward County Public Works Department. He received his bachelor’s degree in political science and history from Florida State University and a master’s in urban and regional planning from Florida Atlantic University.

Fred Stribling
Fred Stribling
Fred Stribling, a 30-year veteran of the marine terminal services industry, has joined Port Everglades as assistant director of business development where he will be supporting the Port’s marketing efforts.

Prior to joining Port Everglades, Stribling was vice president of marketing and sales for the South Carolina State Ports Authority. He is active in several professional transportation organizations, and has served as chair of the Defense Committee for the American Association of Port Authorities and was a committee member of the Transportation Research Board of the National Academy of Science. Stribling earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Tampa and is a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.


Cultural Division Welcomes New Director


Earl Bosworth
Earl Bosworth
Cultural Division welcomed back an old friend with the appointment of Earl Bosworth as the division's new director. Prior to his return to the County, Bosworth was the president of ArtServe, greater Fort Lauderdale’s arts incubator. During his tenure at ArtServe, Bosworth developed several new strategic partnerships with other nonprofits and the corporate world to assist ArtServe in carrying out its important mission for local emerging artists.

Bosworth began his County career in 2000, serving in various positions with the then Community Services Department, including Consumer Affairs and Animal Care divisions. He also served as assistant director of the Cultural Division for seven years. Bosworth holds a bachelor’s degree in business from the Florida State University and a master’s in business administration from Nova Southeastern University.