Myron Pincomb, Principal of The Pincomb Group
Making Sure Our Community is Truly Accessible to all Residents and Visitors
Come join fellow Chamber members for a message from Myron Pincomb, Principallyc of The Pincomb Group. In November 2019, Mesa, AZ became the first Autism Certified City. This training and certification program has had a far reaching impact on accessibility for healthcare, public safety, education, tourism, and major employers. Autism and sensory disorders affect millions of individuals and families and make up the fastest growing segment of the travel market, and these disorders affect 1 of 6 individuals. Community Certification is critical for workforce development, attracting visitors to your area, and improving the quality of life for all residents
Myron is the Principal of The Pincomb Group which is a Jacksonville based investment firm that focuses on social impact companies in the fields of education, healthcare and technology. Myron currently has 8 companies in the portfolio including IBCCES (International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards) in which he is the CEO and Board Chairman.
Myron’s background includes nearly 20 years of starting, building and running highly successful companies in the fields of healthcare, education and technology. Each of his companies has revolutionized and left a lasting social impact on the future of its respective industry.
Myron was appointed by Florida Governor to the Board of Trustees at the University of North Florida. UNF is consistently ranked as one of the top universities in the country by Forbes Magazine and US News. In addition, Myron is currently on the board of directors for several non-profit organizations and is a private equity investor in multiple technology-based companies.
Myron's innovative ideas along with his passion for business and education have significantly impacted teaching and learning in the United States. In 1999, Myron founded Educational Tools, Inc. Under Myron’s leadership, Educational Tools grew from a small technology start-up to a valuation of nearly $50 million in just a few short years.
Myron was appointed by the Board of Governors to lead the Online Learning Taskforce for the state of Florida. The focus of the taskforce will be to map the future of online learning for Florida’s 12 Universities, 28 State Colleges and nearly 4000 K-12 schools.