Cindy Johnson-Brown, Taylor Chiropractic honored

Published: Friday, April 5, 2013 at 12:15 PM.

CHIPLEY — Good food, excellent music and fine fellowship were abundant when Washington County residents and business leaders gathered at the county Agricultural Center on Thursday for the annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet.

The annual event features the presentation of the Jean Hollingsworth Ambassador of the Year Award and the naming of the Washington County Business of the Year, and this year’s winners were Ambassador Cindy Johnson-Brown and Taylor Chiropractic, owned by Dr. Mark Taylor.

Johnson-Brown recently opened Therapy World of Northwest Florida, where she is a speech language pathologist.

“This year’s recipient is really no stranger to anyone who has spent time with the Ambassadors,” said Chamber President Nicole Barefield. “She makes a great impression — bubbly personality, energy and enthusiasm. And if you’ve ever met her, you’ll never forget her.”

Johnson-Brown’s involvement includes representing the Chamber at many civic and social functions, assist in new member solicitation, member retention programs and serve on the marketing committee. Johnson Brown also recently joined the national association of Chamber Ambassadors.

In addition to chairing the WCCC Ambassadors, Johnson-Brown is a member of the Kiwanis Club, the Washington County Arts Council board of directors and Take Stock in Children.

A Chipley High School graduate, she received her bachelor’s degree at the University of Central Florida, masters at Nova Southeastern University, where she is completing her doctorate. She and her husband, Gary Brown, have one daughter, Olivia.

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