Jack Condlin

John P. Condlin, known as Jack, is the President and CEO of the Stamford Chamber of Commerce the, largest business organization in southwestern CT representing more than 1700 business and professional firms in Stamford.  He has held that position since January 1, 1999.  As one of the founding fathers of the Stamford Chamber, an organization that he helped develop in 1987, he holds his position with great pride and enthusiasm.

Prior to joining the Stamford Chamber of Commerce, he spent most of his 30 year professional career in the development and management of real estate in Massachusetts and in Connecticut.  Prior to holding the position of President and CEO of the Chamber, Mr. Condlin held the position of Executive Vice President, COO of Marlo Associates, in Stamford for 15 years.  Mr. Condlin became a resident of Stamford in 1981 when he was hired by the City to direct the Urban Renewal Project in downtown Stamford.  He held that position until 1984.

Mr Condlin is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Connecticut where he teaches Engineering, Civic Engagement and is part of the UPals Program.

Mr. Condlin served on the Connecticut’s Culture and Tourism Commission for over ten years.  He presently serves on Stamford Achieves, The Citizen Advisory Council of Wright Tech, The City of Stamford Enterprise Zone Commission, Workplace Inc. of Bridgeport, and the DSSD.  He is a past Chairman of both the Stamford Chamber of Commerce and the Stamford Downtown Special Services District.  Mr. Condlin has served in various capacities on several community organizations and boards such as Kiwanis Club, Stamford Youth Hockey and the Hibernian Association of Stamford.  He also has served as Chairman of the Saint Patrick’s Parade Committee from 1995 to 1999.

Mr. Condlin holds a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering from the Wentworth Institute in Boston, Massachusetts and a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Mr. Condlin resides in Stamford with his wife Allison.

Go back