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 Welcome to the Economic Roundtable of Jacksonville Website!


 ERTJax President, Sarah Arteaga

The Economic Roundtable of Jacksonville is a chapter of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE), founded in 1975.  Its Board of Directors is comprised of local business, academic, and civic leaders dedicated to promoting the discussion of economic topics relevant to northeast Florida through a speaker series designed to highlight regional stakeholders in business, government, and our community at large.  We invite you to view our 2015-2016 program calendar, and also to consider membership in our organization.  Student, Individual and Corporate memberships are available, as well as event sponsorship opportunities for businesses that wish to support our mission. Membership benefits include discounted program registrations, corporate recognition, and the opportunity to network with other influential leaders in the Jacksonville community.

For further information, please explore our website, or contact me at

Sarah Arteaga

President, Economic Roundtable of Jacksonville


More about the Economic Roundtable:

The Economic Roundtable of Jacksonville is a membership-supported, non-profit forum in which stakeholders in the area's economy collaborate in a spirit of shared interest, and shared responsibility, to promote the enduring economic health of its businesses, its government and its residents, through...

  • Open, meaningful discourse (Events)
  • Enthusiastic member engagement (social community, research & public policy advisory projects)
  • Philanthropic investment in the area's future economic leaders (scholarships)


We hope you will come back frequently to keep up with:

  • Our active event schedule, including prominent speakers on important topics of  local, regional and national interest.
  • Our schedule of professional and social gatherings among Roundtable members and guests.
  • Articles, Links and discussion about local, national and world economy
  • News about contemporary Roundtable issues, plans and decisions


Here are some links that we have found useful, and which our members and visitors have recommended as of interest to U.S. Southeast region economists and businesspeople. If you have any suggestions please email us.