Doug and his wife Kris, who both grew up in the Detroit area, have been visiting Sanibel and Captiva since the 1970s and have owned property on the islands for about 30 years.
Doug has a bachelor’s degree in finance and a master’s degree in hospital administration from the University of Michigan and is a CPA.
Following graduation, Doug was the CEO of the Mott Children’s and Women’s Hospitals at the University of Michigan. After several years, Doug joined Accenture (originally Arthur Andersen and Andersen Consulting) where he held a variety of positions over the next 26 years. These included Worldwide Managing Partner of the Health Services and Government Industry groups. Doug was elected to the Accenture Board of Partners and served two terms.
Since retiring, Doug has been active in island organizations. He previously served on the board of SCCF as the treasurer, vice president, and president. Doug has also been the president of the Seaspray Property Owners Association and a board member of Captiva Chapel by the Sea and the Forest Conservancy. Doug and Kris have three children and two grandchildren. They spend their summers hiking in Aspen.