William Dymond has been CEO and managing partner since 2008 of Lowndes, a 50-year-old Orlando firm with 200 employees in three Central Florida offices. In addition to his real estate practice, he counsels attorneys, develops new business, oversees day-to-day operations, and helps to set and execute strategy. Dymond is a past chair of the Orlando Downtown Development Board and the Orlando Economic Partnership. He is on the Florida Council of 100 and served on the boards of both Enterprise Florida and Space Florida.
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