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Richard is a Co-Founder of Kitson & Partners, and served as its Vice Chairman through 2012, primarily focused on K&P’s corporate marketing and public relations efforts.

His entrepreneurial career began at the age of nineteen while an undergraduate at Stetson University in Central Florida, where he created the American College Radio Network (ACR) while working as a disc jockey at a local radio station. Within six months of ACR’s creation, the network encompassed 185 college radio stations in 42 states.

In 1983, Richard founded Brockway Television Corporation, an award-winning television production company that produced programming syndicated to ABC owned television stations, PBS, as well as many national cable networks including A&E, The Discovery Networks, and The Travel Channel. In addition to entertainment programs, Richard’s company introduced numerous Fortune 500 companies to transactional programming on television.

Currently, Richard is a principal of The Brockway Organization LLC, a business planning and marketing consultancy firm that leverages decades of successful entrepreneurial experience with innovative thinking and level-headed business strategy. Brockway is also Co-Founder of Three B Partners LLC, an entrepreneurial organization geared to the development of valuable, innovative, transformative businesses.


As Partner, Chuck has been responsible for Kitson & Partners’ new business management and development. He led the land use planning and entitlement process for establishing the new 18,000-acre community on a portion of Babcock Ranch. He has also been a court appointed Receiver for numerous assets, including the complex Biscayne Landing asset in North Miami, Florida.

Chuck’s 40 years of experience in land-use planning, entitlements, acquisitions and management include working for a national home builder on land acquisitions and the development of new communities. As Executive Director of the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority, Chuck developed expertise in land use and environmental planning at the local, county and regional levels.

Chuck received his Bachelor of Arts and Master degrees in Urban and Regional Planning from Texas A&M University.