In 2007, Jack was elected to the Jacksonville City Council to serve the people of Mandarin/Beauclerc and the surrounding areas of District 6.
John D. 'Jack' Webb was born in 1962 as the third of seven children. Jack graduated from Iona College in New Rochelle, New York in 1984 with a B.A. in History. He thereafter obtained a Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from the University of Florida in 1987.
After a short but successful career on Wall Street, Jack returned to the University of Florida and received his law degree with Honors in 1994. He then became associated with the law firm Mahoney, Adams and Criser and he and his family made Mandarin their home.
Before joining Brennan, Manna, Diamond Law Firm, Jack worked for CEVA Logistics, Inc. (formerly TNT Logistics North America, Inc.) for over eight years as its Director for Labor and Employee Relations. In this capacity, Jack has gained considerable negotiating and policy-setting experience, handling all North America-wide collective bargaining responsibilities on behalf of the corporation.
Mr. Webb is a parish leader at St. Joseph's Church and has served as a past president of the St. Joseph's Men's Club and currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for Divine Mercy House, a home for unwed pregnant mothers. Mr. Webb serves on the Board of Directors for the USO, First Coast YMCA and Clara White Mission and is a member of the Mandarin Community Club, the Mandarin Historic Society and the Mandarin Rotary. Mr. Webb is a past recipient of the Jacksonville Legal Aid Equal Justice Award.
Jack is the past Committee Chairperson for District 6 on the Duval County Republican Executive Committee.
Jack resides in Mandarin with his wife, Elizabeth, their three children, Michael, Eamon, and Maura and their mixed-breed dog, Pepper.