Mike Weinstein currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer for the City of Jacksonville. He joined the Curry Administration in July of 2015 after having retired from careers in public service, finance and law.
Mr. Weinstein has worked in the Jacksonville and Northeast Florida region for almost 40 years. His public and private sector experience includes: CEO for Volunteers in Medicine, Jacksonville; District 19 member of the Florida House of Representatives from 2008-2012; prosecutor and the Executive Director for the State Attorney's Office in Jacksonville; President of Take Stock in Children; President and CEO of the Jacksonville Super Bowl Host Committee for Super Bowl XXXIX; Executive Director of the Jacksonville Economic Development Commission (JEDC) from 1996-2001; and CFO for the City of Jacksonville under two prior mayoral administrations, during which time he helped lead the effort that resulted in the National Football League awarding Jacksonville the 30th NFL expansion franchise. Mr. Weinstein also lectured for six years , and was a partner at Harris, Guidi, Rosner & Mordecai, P.A., specializing in government and environmental issues.
Mr. Weinstein earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Hartwick College in New York, a Masters of Science in criminal justice from California State University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Florida. He has also completed two years of Doctoral Studies in Criminology at Florida State University. He and Sara, his wife of over 39 years, have three married children, Scott (Meg), Daryl (Mandy) and Danielle (Aaron) and six grandchildren. They lived in Mandarin for over 37 years and recently moved to Clay County. He and Sara are members of Russell Baptist Church in Green Cove Springs.
Patrick “Joey” Greive
Patrick “Joey” Greive is Treasurer for the Consolidated City of Jacksonville, Florida. As Treasurer for Florida’s largest city, and the 12th largest in the country, he is tasked with management and oversight of the city’s multi-billion dollar debt, cash, and investment programs as well as with the oversight of the 11,000 participant Employees Retirement System.
Prior to being appointed to his current role, he served as Chief Investment Officer and Pension Administrator for the City where he oversaw and managed the City’s pension and operating investment assets. Before joining the City in August 2010, he was with Merrill Lynch where he served in various investment advisory, leadership, and talent development roles.
Mr. Greive has a dual-major in Finance and Real Estate from Florida State University, is an instrument-rated pilot, avid golfer, and is an active member of CFA Society Jacksonville, where he most recently served as President from 2012 through 2014. He and his wife, Michelle, and their children, Claire and Graeme, reside in Jacksonville.
Randall Barnes is Assistant Treasurer/Sr. Debt Manager for the City of Jacksonville’s Treasury Division. In this role, Randall is chiefly responsible for managing the City’s $2.4 billion debt portfolio. This encompasses the development of funding strategy, analyzing the portfolio for optimization opportunities, issuing new and refunding existing short- and long-term debt, managing letters and lines of credit, debt administration and reporting, ensuring compliance with debt covenants, and working with investors and rating agencies.
Prior to joining the City of Jacksonville in December 2015, Mr. Barnes served in various Treasury-related roles over 16 years with the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), a federal government-owned corporation headquartered in Knoxville, TN. Some of his responsibilities at TVA included managing TVA’s $24 billion portfolio of debt and other long-term liabilities, overseeing $500 million short-term and $2 billion long-term investment portfolios, cash management, investor relations, and financial system development and implementation.
A summa cum laude graduate of Tennessee Technological University, Mr. Barnes earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing in 1997 and a Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in management information systems in 1999. He also holds the Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) designation, which is recognized as the leading credential in corporate treasury worldwide. He now resides in Jacksonville, FL, with his wife, Nikki.