Executive Vice President, Chief Operation Officer, Executive Leadership Council
Brickson Diamond is Chief Operating Officer and a member of The Executive Leadership Council (ELC), the preeminent member organization for current and former black CEOs, board members and senior executives at Fortune 1,000 companies. Mr. Diamond is responsible for the daily operations of the organization and works with ELC leadership, staff and members to ensure the future growth and impact of the Council through its Institute for Leadership Development & Research and general public support. He is responsible for the development, management and improvement of organizational functions, ensuring that The ELC provides a high level of service to its members, high-potential black corporate leaders and strategic partners.
Mr. Diamond has more than 17 years of experience in investment management. He spent 11 years at Capital Group Private Client Services where he established and coordinated the group’s $1.2 billion national marketing and service efforts with high net worth-focused investment management consultants, and advised high net worth individuals, families and non-profit organizations. Mr. Diamond also founded The Blackhouse Foundation, which works to provide a platform for Black filmmakers, encouraging them to use their divergent voices to tell stories by and about people of African descent through independent film.
Mr. Diamond is a trustee of Brown University, the Tides Foundation and the Middlesex School. He is the chair of The Blackhouse Foundation. He previously served on the boards of the Liberty Hill Foundation, the National Hospice Foundation and the Brown Alumni Association. He is a graduate of Brown University and Harvard Business School.