Jamie’s roots are directly in the west Denver community where she and her husband, Jaime, currently call home. She is a third generation Denverite, her grandmother was born in a small house in the Curtis Park neighborhood and grew up in the old Auraria Neighborhood and her grandfather grew up in Sun Valley. Her family moved to Villa Park in the 1950’s where Jamie has now lived for over 30 years. It is her home and the community is her inspiration.
Today, Jamie is a community advocate and community connector to her core. She is the Deputy Director of the Human Rights & Community Partnerships Agency in the City and County of Denver where she helps oversee an nine offices, ten community advisory commissions and a responsibility to ensure Denver is focused on the civil rights, human rights, and social justice needs of it’s residents. In addition to this role, Jamie is also the Director of the Denver Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs, an office she started in 2005 because she saw a need for greater immigrant inclusion and acted on it.
Jamie is a member of the Leadership Denver class of 2011 and received the Marshall Memorial Fellowship in 2009 from the German Marshall Fund.
District 3 Neighborhoods: Athmar Park, Barnum, Barnum West, MarLee, Ruby Hill, Valverde, Villa Park and Westwood
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