After growing up in Kansas City, I moved to St. Louis to attend Webster University. Here I met Jebel, my husband of 15 years. After graduating with my Bachelor of Fine Arts, my career took us from city to city including New York City where our daughter was born. Having been born and raised in the Midwest, my husband and I knew we wanted the same upbringing for her. Eventually my career led us to Gahanna. What we thought would be another temporary stop has become the spot we’ve planted our roots and call home.
I believe I was born to serve and put the needs of others before my own.
In everything I do, I operate with compassion, empathy and integrity.
I aim to leave anything I touch better than when I found it.
These values guide my actions and are my promise to you as your City Councilwoman.
The personality of Gahanna’s neighborhoods, the school system that will shape my daughter, the sense of safety and community — these are the things I love about Gahanna and why I already serve our city as a member of the Fair Housing Board, Civil Service Commission, and the Gahanna Jefferson Public Schools Equity & Access Parent Advisory Group.
As a Gahanna City Councilwoman, I will remain committed to helping Gahanna thrive.
Thriving communities attract and retain people of all differences and demographics by being inclusive, fair, and safe; by investing in their children; by creating opportunity and focusing on quality of life. As our region grows in the coming decade, Gahanna must invest in the future while continuing to be a community that thrives.
A vote for Jamille is a vote for:
Building on our city’s success, Jamille brings new perspectives and experiences to lead Gahanna into a future we can all celebrate.
You deserve a government that invites and encourages you to be part of the conversation and is an open book about how and why decisions are made.
From our senior residents to young people wanting to build their families in our wonderful community, Jamille will work to ensure everyone can thrive.
The power of community is the power of all of us working together to make the world what we want. If you believe in this vision, join me!
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