Vaughan Jones’ CV shows a remarkable career trajectory: from New Zealand primary school to Fields medalist. Far from emphasizing individual accomplishment only, the CV reveals a deep commitment to the mathematical community — to the organizations, publications and institutes that are the life blood of mathematics. A fluent speaker of French from the time of his years in Geneva, Jones was fundamentally at ease in the European context, and his involvement in editorial and scientific advisory boards spanned three continents, five countries, and thirteen research journals. (Jones’ involvement with mathematical communities beyond the ambit of his formal committee roles is movingly recounted in Sorin Popa’s tribute, published in this volume.) He was an elected member of no fewer than eight different scientific societies. To view his curriculum vitae as a PDF, click on the link at the upper right corner of this page.