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Nicole Hamm

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Nicole Hamm is the Executive Director for Blue Zones Project Jacksonville. Nicole oversees the overall development and execution of the project and works alongside community partners and stakeholders to achieve success. Nicole attended Howard University studying supply chain management and Daytona State College in accounting management studies. 

With a passion for service Nicole serves as the Senior Vice President of Jacksonville Urban League Young Professionals, past President of the Rotaract club of Jacksonville Beaches, and serves on the board of non-profit Beaches Emergency Assistance Ministry (B.E.A.M)

Nicole is also a graduate of Leadership Jacksonville Class of 2022 and the Jax Chamber Hightower Emerging Leaders Fellowship Class of 2021. 

In her spare time she can be found reading, exercising, cooking, spending time with friends, and exploring the city with her seven-year-old dog. Nicole is passionate about the future of Jacksonville and looks forward to being a part of it.

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