Paul Tutwiler serves as the Chief Executive Officer (C.E.O.) of Northwest Jacksonville Community Development Corporation (NJCDC) since August 2002. He is originally from Memphis, Tennessee, but has enjoyed the last 30 years working in Jacksonville, Florida. He is a graduate of Memphis State University earning a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration and Philosophy. He also attended the University of Florida graduate program for Urban and Regional Planning. Prior to his tenure at (NJCDC) he worked with Local Initiatives Support Corporation for two years as an assistant program officer. This was preceded by two years in the redevelopment of the Oaks of Durkeeville Public Housing Development. He has a passion for history and music.
He served on the Enterprise Zone Board and chairman of the Urban Core Vision Plan Steering Committee with the City of Jacksonville. Tutwiler was appointed by the mayor of Jacksonville to the Community Wealth Building Initiative Task Force in September of 2014. Additionally, he is a member of the Florida Alliance of CDCs since 2009. His volunteer time is spent enjoying the study of Jacksonville’s history. Among notable achievements he is a founding board member of the Durkeeville Historical Society and the Myrtle/Moncrief Business Association.
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