J.Hébert Companies was hatched from the expert mind of CEO Jamar Hébert. Hébert spent several years working in the telecommunications industry at the local, regional and corporate levels and realized that there was a growing margin between consumer wants and needs. Over time he honed his abilities for the skillful identification of consumers’ needs and the delivery of viable solutions for those needs. Stemming from his enthusiasm for helping others, his education, his experiences working in the private sector and his philanthropic endeavors; Hébert decided to form J.Hébert Companies: a unique business development and marketing firm that focuses on increasing customer satisfaction by incorporating new and traditional trends. This firm fosters partnerships and bridges gaps between the wants and needs of consumers by strategically establishing, creating, engaging, empowering and connecting with them by way of offering diverse, innovative and superior services.



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We will boldly develop and foster partnerships through investing, branding, and managing business opportunities.

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We will use innovative strategies to attract, retain, and bridge services that positively impact multiple industries.

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We will inspire the community by supporting altruistic and philanthropic efforts with a global perspective.



Jamar Hébert, the man behind J.Hébert Companies is an entrepreneurial resident of the greater Gainesville, Florida area. He holds a Bachelor of Science in business management but is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in organizational management.

His interests have always been in public service, financial empowerment and the arts. These life-long passions began as a child growing up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where he received his first prestigious leadership award. The Brotherhood/Sisterhood Award was presented to him for his commitment to the advancement of justice, amity and peace. As a dedicated community supporter, Hébert always participates in public service organizations in communities wherever he resides. To name a few, those organizations are The 100 Black Men of Metro Baton Rouge (where he served on the Capital High Academics Committee and Communications Team), A former member of the board of directors for The Boys and Girls Club of Alachua County, former member of the board of directors for the PACE Center for Girls, The National Association of Multi-ethnicity in Communications (where he was a participant in the L. Patrick Mellon Mentorship Program), and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. (where he is a proud inductee).

Hébert continues to donate his time and effort wherever he can. He understands the importance of leading by example and therefore operates under the charge of this favorite quote: People the world over have always been more impressed by the power of our example than by the example of our power.