Jack Diamond – Touching our Community for GOOD

IMG_9312Since coming to Jacksonville in 1970, Jack Diamond, Principal at Diamond Architectural Group has left an indelible print of GOOD in our community. Just a few of the well-recognized projects Jack is responsible for include the Prudential Tower and Complex, the Sun Trust Tower (formerly the Jacksonville Center), the Jacksonville Federal Courthouse and the Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts.

As a founding member of JaxPride (a coalition for visual enhancement) and the Chamber Cornerstone Division, and a former chair of the Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Jack was an early and ardent supporter of Jacksonville’s Downtown.

It would be hard to find a nonprofit board Jack has not served on. Past and present board service include the FSCJ Foundation; JCCI, Visit Jacksonville; the Jacksonville Zoo; Fresh Ministries; the Trust for Public Land; Dreams Come True; the Downtown Rotary – of which he is a past president and the Boy’s and Girl’s Club of NE FL. Perhaps most notable is that Jack served as chairman of The Chamber of Commerce, a role where he could use his skills and leadership skills to shape our community.

Jack Diamond is this year’s HandsOn Community Award recipient.  Join us at Celebrate!GOOD to learn more.  www.handsonjacksonville.org/celebrate


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