10940 Parallel Parkway, Suite K-267, Kansas City, KS 66109 816-896-7141

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Jammie Johnson

Candidate for KCKCC Board of Trustees

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About Jammie

Jammie Johnson is a product of USD 500 whose career includes higher education, banking, training, and personal development. Jammie is the Graduate Advisor for the William Allen White School of Journalism and Communications at the University of Kansas.  She is deeply involved in Wyandotte County.  While many residents know her as a dynamic event planner, others recognize her as a motivational speaker, trainer, singer, songwriter, and worshipper.  She credits education as being the common thread to what she has been able to accomplish professionally and personally. She views candidacy as the next level of service to her hometown.

Education

  • Master of Science in Student Personnel Administration, University of Central Missouri in Warrensburg, MO

  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication Theory and Human Relations, Park University in Parkville, MO

Work experience and honors

Prior to becoming a graduate advisor at KU, Jammie has held various positions in higher education, training and development and finance to include Collector, Director of Student Activities, Resident Hall Director, Recruitment Coordinator, Consultant, Executive Assistant, Commercial Loan Associate and Program Assistant.

She serves as Chair of the School’s Diversity and Inclusion Action Group (DIAG) and is a member of the university’s Campus Equity Implementation Committee, Black Faculty and Staff Council, Graduate Coordinators Group, KU-GAN (Graduate Advisors Network) and the Staff Senate Professional Development Committee.  

Previously she served as a member of the School’s Recruitment and Retention Task Force, Scholarship Committee, Search Committees, and the university’s Diversity Leadership Council Workgroup. In 2017, she was the recipient of the university’s Outstanding Graduate Support Staff Award.


She is a member of the National Academic Advisors Association (NACADA), NAACP,  and a Girl Scouts Troop Leader.


Church and volunteer activities

Jammie is a licensed evangelist missionary and is an Executive Leadership team member, Youth Department coordinator, Tabernacle Choir director, and Public Relations committee member at the historic Boone Tabernacle Church of God in Christ.


In 2007, she was appointed as the Youth Department Chairlady of the Kansas East Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction where her primary ministry is to advise, mentor and provide programs for young women. In 2015, she had the signal honor of being named one of the 150 Influential Women of the Church of God in Christ and was selected as Chairlady of the Year for the International Youth Department. 

In honor of her mother, in 2018, Jammie established the Mrs. Emma L. Carter Johnson Scholarship to assist students majoring in math, English, education and music with college expenses.

Jammie is committed to:

  • Educating the Community

  • Making College Affordable

  • Preparing Students for the Workforce

  • Recruitment and Retention of Diverse Students, Faculty & Staff

  • Being More Efficient and Transparent       


Click here to view Jammie's Campaign Video

Click here to view Jammie's Campaign Launch Speech

                   

 
 

My Platform

Access

Eliminate the obstacles and barriers to success

I believe in lifelong learning and that every resident of Wyandotte County should have access to quality education from Pre-K to the grave.

Opportunity

Open doors for Wyco residents to higher education

I believe KCKCC is an intricate part of our public education system. I think it’s important that we become a better community partner for not only our residents in Wyandotte County but to the businesses and corporations in our community and beyond.

Affordability

Be more efficient and effective in day-to-day operations

I believe we should look for ways to be more efficient and effective in day-to-day operations and identify funding sources to make going to college more affordable for students.

 

Upcoming Events

Campaign Launch
& Birthday Celebration

Saturday, April 13

2-4 p.m. 
The Corkhouse
509 Armstrong Avenue
Kansas City, KS 66101

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Volunteer Training

September 28, 2019

It's about that time! We need your support to connect with as many voters as possible. We'll come together to learn how to street canvass and make phone calls to voters.

A session will start every hour. Come when your schedule allows and stay as long as you want. We can't win without YOU!! Won't you join us?

A light meal will be provided.

#Jammie4KCKCC

 

Join Jammie!

How would you like to get involved with our campaign? Here are some suggestions. Let us know us know in the message space below!

  • Knock doors

  • Make calls

  • Host an event

  • Yard sign

  • Prepare materials

  • Postcard party

  • Send us an idea