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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 
Contact: Laurence A. Bolotin, M.Ed., CAE, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2001
July 26, 2018
lbolotin@zbtnational.org; 317-334-1898 

ZBT honors Harrison B. Diamond with Outstanding Young Alumnus Award
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana — Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity recently honored Harrison B. Diamond, Psi (University of Alabama) 2008 with the 2018 Outstanding Young Alumnus Award for living the values of ZBT in his profession and community.
“I’ve had the pleasure of watching Harrison grow as a leader from his undergraduate chapter days all the way to today as he leads significant change in his home community.  He is a role model to all ZBTs who wish to improve the world in which we live in.  I’m thrilled to see Harrison recognized as our Outstanding Young Alumnus,” said Chief Executive Officer Laurence A. Bolotin, M.Ed., CAE, Alpha Zeta (University of Florida) 2001.
Brother Diamond served as a strong leader as an undergraduate, serving as chapter president. Professionally, he works for the City of Huntsville, Alabama as the City's Business Relations Officer. He serves as a liaison to the business community and the Mayor’s initiatives, including efforts to attract major companies, such as Google, to Huntsville. He also works in public policy and intergovernmental relations and executes special projects of the Mayor’s Office.

He is a board member of BizTech, Huntsville’s High Tech Incubator, Urban Engine, member of Rotaract Club of Huntsville, graduate of Leadership Huntsville’s Connect Program and Leadership Alabama’s Alabama Leadership Initiative.


"In my career, I've been blessed with some tremendous opportunities that I don't think would have been possible if not for my time in Psi Chapter at the University of Alabama. Being president of the fraternity taught me lessons in leadership that I still use to this day. The principles in our credo of Intellectual Awareness, Social Responsibility, Integrity and Brotherly Love are an excellent guidepost for whatever you do in your life or whatever position you find yourself in, be it professionally or in a volunteer capacity,” Diamond said.

The Outstanding Young Alumnus Award is given to a brother who has graduated within the last 20 years and has made an impact in his community and lives the ideals expressed within the Credo and Ritual of Zeta Beta Tau.

The honor was announced on July 14, 2018, at the Grand Awards Banquet as part of the 2018 International Convention in Los Angeles. 

Gifts in honor of Brother Diamond may be made to the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation. Learn more about the Zeta Beta Tau Foundation at zbtfoundation.org

Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity was founded in 1898 in New York City as the world's first Jewish Fraternity. ZBT is a Brotherhood of Kappa Nu, Phi Alpha, Phi Epsilon Pi, Phi Sigma Delta and Zeta Beta Tau. 

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