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Presidente

JB Smiley, Jr.

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JB Smiley, JR.

Nativo de Memphis, con cinco hermanos, hijo de una trabajadora social y de un soldado del ejército con la Estrella de Bronce, JB Smiley, Jr. conoce el valor del trabajo duro y de una comunidad sana y solidaria.

Tras su carrera universitaria y semiprofesional en el baloncesto, JB estudió derecho y, más tarde, política. Pero su vida al servicio de los más vulnerables empezó desde muy joven.

La primera experiencia de JB con el trabajo en equipo y el liderazgo fue como lobato de los Boy Scouts of America. Sin miedo a ensuciarse las manos, JB ha hecho de todo, desde limpiar vertederos hasta fregar platos.

Como su padre le enseñó a "no olvidar nunca el puente que te trajo", JB decidió quedarse en la región para cursar estudios universitarios y luego de Derecho en la Facultad de Derecho William H. Bowen de la Universidad de Arkansas en Little Rock.

Durante sus estudios de Derecho, JB fue miembro del Law Review, del Moot Court Board y vicepresidente de la Black Law Students Association. JB aprobó con éxito los exámenes del Colegio de Abogados de Arkansas y Tennessee, al tiempo que escribía su primer libro, Born With It: Unleashing Your Greatness.

En 2017, en Memphis, JB comenzó su práctica legal, Smiley & Associates, PLLC. Al año siguiente, JB fue nombrado miembro de la clase Top 20, Under 30 de Memphis Flyer . Durante ese mismo año, JB fue nombrado asesor de políticas del Secretario del Condado de Shelby y sirvió en tal capacidad hasta su elección al Consejo de la Ciudad de Memphis en octubre de 2019.

En su calidad de concejal, JB es actualmente Vicepresidente del Consejo Municipal y Presidente del Comité de Obras Públicas, Residuos Sólidos y Servicios Generales, Vicepresidente del Comité de Planificación y Zonificación, y enlace del Consejo con la Comisión de Arte Urbano y la Comisión de Cine y Televisión de Memphis y el condado de Shelby.

En su tiempo libre, a JB le gusta jugar al baloncesto, hacer ejercicio, ver series de Netflix y mantener sonrientes a su perro, Mighty Mouse, y a su sobrino, Bryson Maxwell Smiley.

Distrito 1

Distrito 1

Rhonda Logan

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Rhonda Logan

La concejal Rhonda Logan fue elegida para el Concejo Municipal de Memphis el 14 de noviembre de 2019. La concejal Logan se desempeña como Directora de Operaciones del Centro Cristiano Breath of Life, donde también ha ocupado el cargo de Oficial de Compromiso Comunitario. Antes de dirigir el personal de Breath of Life, Logan fue Directora Ejecutiva de Raleigh Community Development Corporation. Durante su mandato, encabezó soluciones innovadoras mediante la construcción de comunidades fuertes, equitativas y sostenibles a través de la educación, el compromiso y la colaboración.

La concejala Logan también es presidenta de la Agencia Conjunta de Policía de Raleigh, una asociación de colaboración entre organismos públicos y residentes preocupados por la prevención de la delincuencia y la mejora de las condiciones de la comunidad. Como actual Presidenta de la Junta de Amigos del Parque Kennedy, lidera una organización de líderes comunitarios dedicados a defender la restauración y sostenibilidad de un espacio verde de 260 acres en Memphis. La pasión de Logan por su comunidad también la llevó a crear un mercado local de productos agrícolas.

Después de obtener una licenciatura en Psicología de la Universidad de Memphis, Logan recibió más tarde una Maestría en Ciencias en Consejería Clínica de Salud Mental de la Universidad Freed-Hardeman. También se graduó en Leadership Memphis 2021, BLDG Memphis' New City Builders y es alumna de Emerge TN. La concejala Logan tiene el distinguido honor de ser reconocida en el Memphis Business Journals Power 100 de 2021.

Con más de 25 años de experiencia en desarrollo organizativo, planificación estratégica, gestión de proyectos, relaciones con los empleados, liderazgo y servicio a la comunidad, la concejala Logan tiene el firme compromiso de ayudar a los electores y a las comunidades a alcanzar su pleno potencial. Es una persona orientada a la búsqueda de soluciones, dedicada a defender y ayudar a los demás. Se dedica a restaurar vidas, sueños y caminos rotos o dañados. Su fe, su educación y sus lecciones de vida alimentan su asombroso talento para poner orden y dirección en todos los retos.

La concejala Logan es presidenta del Comité de Seguridad Pública y Seguridad Nacional y vicepresidenta del Comité de Vivienda y Desarrollo Comunitario. Es el enlace del Consejo con la Junta de Revisión de la Aplicación de la Ley Civil (CLERB) y con la Junta de la Autoridad de la Vivienda de Memphis.

En su tiempo libre, la concejala Logan disfruta cocinando, pero su papel más importante y querido es el de abnegada esposa de Calvin Logan y "mamá" de cinco impresionantes hijos y dos nietos.

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Distrito 2

Jerri Green

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Jerri Green

Councilwoman Jerri Green, a proud Memphian, was elected to the Memphis City Council on Noviembre 16, 2023. Having graduated from White Station High School, she pursued her higher education at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where she earned her B.A. in English and Political Science. Continuing her academic journey, Jerri obtained her Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University School of Law in Washington, D.C. 

She is a licensed attorney in the state of Tennessee and a member of the Memphis Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association, the Association for Women Attorneys, and the American Inns of Court. She has practiced public interest law in areas ranging from international human rights to criminal defense, in Washington, D.C., Nashville, and Memphis. She also taught criminal law and juvenile justice for almost a decade through the University of Phoenix. She has worked at the University Memphis Law School and was the previous Executive Director of the Community Legal Center where she worked to advance the mission of bridging the justice gap in the Memphis community. 

In her most recent professional role, she served as the Senior Policy Advisor to Mayor Lee Harris where she worked on many issues, from Women’s Health and Public Safety to Refugee Assistance and Blight Remediation. Her accomplishments in this role include leading projects to insure over 70% of the local prison population was vaccinated at the height of COVID, finalizing the last group of Shelby County employees received a living wage, and establishing a first of its kind free gun lock by mail program. 

Councilwoman Green was named a Superwoman in Business by the Memphis Business Journal in 2023 and was selected as a fellow for the Aspen Institute’s Memphis Workforce Leadership Academy. She is the past President of the Democratic Women of Shelby County, a member of the Board of Directors for the Girls, Inc. and the Humane Society of Memphis and Shelby County and was the statewide election lead for the Tennessee Moms Demand Action Chapter. 

Councilwoman Green now serves as the Chairwoman of the Economic Development, Tourism, & Technology Committee and the Vice-Chair of the Libraries and Neighborhood Improvement Committee. Additionally, she serves as the Council’s liaison for MLG&W and the Urban Art Commission.  

Councilwoman Green takes immense pride in her role as a mother and wife. Patrick is her loving husband, and she is blessed to be the mother of Beau, Vivienne, and Wilder. 

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Distrito 3

Pearl Eva Walker

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Pearl Eva Walker

Pearl Eva Walker is a native Memphian and graduated from Fairley High School. She serves as the Vice President of the Fairley High School Alumni Association. She is a mother, advocate, leader, and servant. She is a member of Abyssinian Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Rev. Earle J. Fisher, PhD, where she serves on Team Informed. As a Co-host of “901 Voices & Votes” podcast and founder of the facebook group “MRYE – Memphis Raise Your Expectations,” she uses her platform to vocalize the

needs of our community while creating solutions to overcome challenges in our city. Walker is the Founder and Executive Director of the “I Love Whitehaven Neighborhood and Business Association” whose mission is to support neighborhoods by supporting small businesses. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Memphis in African American Studies with a concentration in Race Relations and Interracial Communication. Pearl is also a trained Trauma Mitigation Facilitator with Inward Journey, Inc. supporting individuals who have experienced trauma and helps them identify what that looks like. Walker is also a charter member of Memphis Black Healers Collaborative. Bridging the wellness gap for Black and Brown communities in Memphis. Her legislative experience includes serving on the state Cosmetology Board for six years. Pearl has received leadership training from organizations such as Leadership Memphis, EMERGE Tennessee, and LOC – Leaders of Color. Walker is also a member of the National Women’s Political Caucus, Mid-South Kwanzaa (Board Member) Democratic Women of Shelby County, and Shelby County Democratic Party Grassroots Commitee. She is an environmental and energy justice advocate and serves as the Environmental & Climate Justice Chair of the Memphis NAACP. Pearl’s knowledge in this area gives her a specialized background that will be helpful to the council to pursue opportunities available from the Inflation Reduction Act.

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Distrito 4

Jana Swearengen-Washington

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Jana Swearengen-Washington

Mrs. Jana Swearengen-Washington, has served in many capacities in education, such as Principal, Assistant Principal, District Curriculum Specialist, and a teacher, Jana offers expertise in organizational planning, teacher coaching, data analysis, grant writing, budget overseeing, school/district partnerships, and community development. Her 30 year educational experience has afforded her opportunities to lead teams for the Forrest City School, Millington School, and Memphis Shelby County School Districts.

 

As a neighborhood and educational advocate, it has been her personal goal and commitment to invest and ensure that students and families are represented, supported, and have effective leadership. Within the Greater Memphis Community, she serves in many organizations such as: Board Member of W.I.L.L.O.W. (Women in Leadership Leaning on Wisdom) and Vice-President of the Northeast Ministers Spouses Association with the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. Jana is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Glenview Neighborhood Association, Magnalia Castalia Neighborhood Association, Mt. Pisgah C.M.E. B. R. Danner (which promotes the cultural arts within urban communities), and Democratic Women of Shelby County. She believes in being an active voice, where she serves her school community, church, people, and advocates for all within the Greater Memphis Community.

 

Jana serves as the Chair of the Public Works, Solid Waste, and General Services Committee and serves as Vice Chair for the Parks and Environment Committee. Additionally, she acts as the Council liaison to both the Convention Center and the Film/TV Commission.

 

Jana is happily married to Dr. Reverend Robert H. Washington, Sr. They have five children within their blended family: VeAndrea Washington, Janeese Martina Swearengen Murphy (John) and James Swearengen Richey (Ebony) Robert Washington Jr., and Ana Washington. They have six grandchildren: Caleb, Durriya, Laila, John Charles III, James Greyson and Arie Jae. They have two beautiful fur babies: Boston and Bella.

 

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Distrito 5

Philip Spinosa

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Philip Charles Spinosa, Jr

After previously serving on the Memphis City Council from 2015 to 2018, in the Super District 9-2 seat, Councilman Philip Spinosa, Jr. was elected on Octubre 5, 2023, and returned to the Memphis City Council to proudly represent the citizens of District 5.

A proud alumnus of Christian Brothers High School, Councilman Spinosa holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Insurance from the University of Mississippi.

In his previous time on the Council, Councilman Spinosa focused on public safety, economic development, helping the homeless, and he served on various committees to pass critical legislation. His most notable work to help reduce crime was the Neighborhood Sentinel Program, as he worked with neighbors to create and sponsor the resolution. This program has led to hundreds of aerial surveillance cameras being placed all over the City of Memphis that feed into the Memphis Police Department’s Real Time Crime Center. These cameras would not be there without this legislation. He also spearheaded the LED Streetlight implementation, which ultimately led to the current improvements of LED lighting across our city.

Outside of serving on the Memphis City Council, Councilman Spinosa’s professional duties started with a 15+ year career at FedEx. In Mayo of 2018, Councilman Spinosa served as the Senior Vice President of the Chairman’s Circle for the Greater Memphis Chamber. As Senior Vice President of the Chairman’s Circle, he was responsible for leading the Chairman’s Circle, as well as crafting legislation with local, state, and federal government bodies to serve the citizens of Memphis. He also played a key part in leading the effort to improve minority business receipts by launching the “Move Your Money to Memphis” campaign.

Winding down his work for the Chamber, Councilman Spinosa started his own business, Prestigious Logistics, in 2019, which is a boutique logistics and freight brokerage firm. His company has been fortunate to experience annual growth every year and will celebrate it’s 5-year anniversary in 2024.

Committed to his community, Councilman Spinosa has consistently volunteered his time and served on countless boards over the past 20+ years. He currently serves on the Christian Brothers High School Alumni Board, and most recently finished a 4-year term on the Levitt Shell Board, a 5-year term on the Epicenter Memphis Board, and 5-year term on the Governing Board for St. Francis Hospital/Tenet Healthcare.

Councilman Spinosa now serves as the Chairman of the Memphis Light, Gas and Water Committee and the Vice Chair of the Housing & Community Development Committee. He is the Council’s liaison for the Convention & Visitors Bureau and Memphis River Parks Partnership. 

He is the proud husband of Sarah Moon Spinosa, and together they are the parents of their sons, Graham and Bradford. The Spinosa family attends St. Michael Catholic Church on Summer Avenue, where Councilman Spinosa is an active member of the St. Michael’s Catholic Church Men’s Club and Knights of Colombus organization.

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Distrito 6

Edmund Ford, Sr.

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Edmund Ford, Sr.

Tras una década de servicio y compromiso con los ciudadanos del Distrito 6 y de toda la ciudad de Memphis desde octubre de 1999 hasta 2007, el concejal Edmund H. Ford, Sr. fue reelegido para el Concejo Municipal en octubre de 2019. Ford agradece que sus electores hayan considerado oportuno devolverlo al cargo para continuar su servicio a la gente de esta comunidad. Nacido como el decimoquinto hijo de N.J. y Vera Ford, el Sr. Ford se crió en la sección West Junction de Memphis y se graduó en la Mitchell Road High School. El Sr. Ford se licenció en Gobierno y Asuntos Públicos por la Universidad Estatal de Tennessee y en Ciencias Mortuorias por el John Gupton College de Nashville, Tennessee. El concejal Ford tiene licencia de embalsamador y director funerario desde 1979 y fundó la próspera funeraria E.H. Ford en 1995. Anteriormente, el Sr. Ford trabajó como contratista autónomo y embalsamador por toda la zona triestatal.

El concejal Ford es miembro de la fraternidad Alpha Phi Alpha, Inc. y orgulloso antiguo alumno de la Universidad Estatal de Tennessee.

El concejal Ford es el enlace del Consejo con el Motor de Crecimiento del Desarrollo Económico (EDGE) y la Comisión de Supervisión del Desarrollo de Empresas de Minorías (MBDOC). Es Presidente de la Comisión de Desarrollo Económico, Turismo y Tecnología y Vicepresidente de la Comisión de Transportes.

El Sr. Ford está casado con Myrna O. Ford y tiene cuatro hijos: Edmund Ford Jr., ex concejal y actual comisario del condado, Christopher, James y William.

El concejal Ford y su familia son miembros activos de la iglesia Ford Chapel A.M.E. Zion.

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Distrito 7

Michalyn Easter-Thomas

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Michalyn Easter-Thomas

Dr. Michalyn Easter-Thomas is a native of Memphis, TN and is a visionary cultivator of community, culture, and education in her hometown. As a lifelong educator, Michalyn found her inspiration to run successfully for public office and was elected in Noviembre 2019 to the Memphis City Council. In her intertwining experience of public education and public service, she takes pride in prioritizing efforts that center the youth and promote increased opportunities for them and their families.

Dr. Easter-Thomas holds a Doctorate of Education from Vanderbilt University, and has had education positions in teaching, instructional coaching, and leading nonprofits towards envisioning their youth-centered work. Michalyn takes pride in centering the community in all of her efforts. Her commitment to community is also evident through her service on various leadership teams and boards of nonprofits, such as: Girl Scouts Heart of the South, Women in Leadership Leaning on Wisdom (WILLOW), Christian Brothers University Black Alumni Association, New Leaders Council of Nashville, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated . These organizations highlight Michalyn’s advocacy for youth, arts and culture, women leadership, equity, and community voice. Michalyn is a dedicated public servant, and always seeks collaborative opportunities to make Memphis better, together.

In her private time, Michalyn enjoys exploring and traveling with her family. Michalyn has been married to Darren Thomas II since 2017, and they have one handsome son Darren “Tripp” Thomas III.

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Janika White

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Janika White

Janika White, a proud Memphian, is fueled by a deep commitment to serve the community she holds dear. With a distinguished career as a skilled litigator handling high-profile cases, she is dedicated to guiding clients through legal intricacies, offering patient guidance and informed decision-making. After graduating from Central High School, Janika White pursued her academic journey at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, earning a B.A. in English with a minor in Business Administration, and later obtaining her J.D. from the University of Tennessee College of Law.

Janika White’s legal journey includes serving as a judicial clerk to Chancellor Kenny Armstrong and the Honorable Bernice Bouie Donald at the United States District Court for the Western District of Tennessee. Currently, she owns and practices at Janika White Law, PLLC, specializing in personal injury, business law, and federal criminal defense. For nearly a decade, she collaborated with the legendary Walter Bailey at Bailey, Bailey, & White PLLC.

Her roots in service run deep, inspired by her parents, John and Anita White, who both were dedicated educators in Memphis City Schools. This upbringing instilled in Janika White a lifelong desire to contribute to her community, evident in her pro bono work and mentoring with Street Ministries.

Janika White is actively engaged in various professional organizations, including Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, the Ben F. Jones Chapter of the National Bar Association, Leo Bearman Inn of Courts, Tennessee Trial Lawyers, and the Memphis Bar Association, where she also holds a seat on the Board of Directors. Additionally, she chairs the Bloomfield Urban Ministries and is a dedicated member of the Board for Economic Opportunities of Memphis.

Recently elected as City Councilwoman for Super District 8, representing over 300,000 Memphians, Janika White brings a wealth of experience and a passion for transformative change. Her approach to civic leadership emphasizes attentive listening, thorough research, and collaborative efforts to implement initiatives that positively impact the community. In her role, Janika White is poised to be a catalyst for positive change, ensuring the welfare and progress of the diverse and vibrant city she calls home.

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Super Distrito 8-3

Yolanda Cooper-Sutton

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Yolanda Cooper-Sutton

Councilwoman Yolanda Cooper-Sutton is a proud Memphis resident of 26 years, having dedicated herself to the betterment of our community. Married for 28 years, she brings a wealth of experience and commitment to her role as a public servant.

Councilwoman Cooper-Sutton holds a University of Pennsylvania Professional Development Certificate in Health Care Innovation and has received her education from Riley Business College in Dothan, Alabama. She is a certified Health Care Advocate and serves as a State of Tennessee Notary Public.

Her active involvement in various community organizations showcases her dedication to making a positive impact. Councilwoman Cooper-Sutton is associated with Respect The Haven Community Development Corporation and the Westwood Neighborhood Association, Inc. Professionally, she is employed in community healthcare, bringing her expertise to address the health needs of our residents.

Beyond her professional commitments, Councilwoman Cooper-Sutton is a passionate community activist and volunteer. She has contributed her time and energy to organizations such as the Union Mission Homeless Shelter and the After School Program for Tillman Community Center.

Councilwoman Cooper-Sutton is an active member of the Church of God in Christ – Messiah Fellowship, where she finds inspiration and strength for her community work. Her commitment to education and literacy is evident through her membership in the Junior League of Memphis and Friends of the Memphis Public Library.

With her family by her side, Councilwoman Yolanda Cooper-Sutton is dedicated to serving the people of Memphis and contributing to the city’s continued growth and prosperity

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SUPERDISTRITO 9-1

Chase Carlisle

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Chase Carlisle

El concejal Chase Carlisle fue elegido para el Consejo de la Ciudad de Memphis para servir Super Distrito 9, Posición 1. Chase es asesor principal del grupo de liderazgo de Carlisle, donde se encarga de hacer crecer su presencia local y se centra en la consultoría, la gestión de activos y el desarrollo.

Anteriormente, Chase fue Director Inmobiliario y de Desarrollo de Carlisle y Vicepresidente Ejecutivo de Avison Young.

El concejal Carlisle es presidente de la Comisión de Presupuestos y vicepresidente de la Comisión de Desarrollo Económico, Turismo y Tecnología. Chase ha formado parte de los consejos del Memphis Rock 'n Soul Museum, el Memphis Music Hall of Fame y la Memphis River Parks Partnership.

Él y su esposa Elizabeth, junto con sus tres hijos, Miles, Tully y Hall, son ávidos partidarios de todo lo relacionado con Memphis.

SUPERDISTRITO 9-2

SUPERDISTRITO 9-2

Vice Chairman

J. Ford Canale

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J. Ford Canale

Councilman J. Ford Canale was sworn in to serve the citizens of Memphis on Mayo 22, 2018. As the
representative of Super District 9, Position 2, Councilman Canale has the privilege of serving more than
300,000 Memphians. A graduate of Christian Brothers High School, the Councilman brings his
experience from a small family business and his steadfast commitment to his hometown to this position.
His experience in service and leadership are an asset to this Council and to our city. Councilman Canale
earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from the University of Alabama. He is a funeral
director at Canale Funeral Directors. He is also a Licensed Insurance Producer and a member of the
Boards of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Memphis and Convergence Memphis, Inc.
Councilman Canale was elected Vice Chairman of the Council by his fellow members in Diciembre 2023.
He serves as Chair of the Planning and Zoning Committee and Vice-Chair of the Executive Committee. He
also serves as the City Council Liaison for the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority and the
Chickasaw Basin Authority.
Councilman J. Ford Canale and his wife Sophie have two children – Joseph Ford Canale, Jr. and Rollins
Canale. The Canale family attends St. Michael Catholic Church.

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Dr. Jeff Warren

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Dr. Jeff Warren

El Dr. Jeff Warren fue elegido miembro del Consejo Municipal de Memphis en noviembre de 2019. Actualmente es Presidente del Comité de Parques y Medio Ambiente, Vicepresidente de Servicios Públicos, Arte, Iniciativas Juveniles, Bibliotecas y Vecindarios, y Enlace del Consejo para la Comisión de Supervisión de la Atención Médica y el Zoológico. Desde su creación, el Dr. Warren ha formado parte del Grupo de Trabajo COVID-19 del alcalde Jim Strickland.

Jeff es natural de Carolina del Norte, licenciado por la Universidad de Yale y la Facultad de Medicina de Duke, y se trasladó a Memphis en 1989. Es médico de medicina familiar en Memphis Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, director médico de Trezevant Terrace Assisted Living Facility, Allen Morgan Health and Rehabilitation Center y Harbor View Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Anteriormente fue miembro del Consejo Asesor de Ingeniería Biomédica de la Universidad de Memphis y está afiliado al Centro de Ciencias de la Salud de la Universidad de Tennessee.

Antes de ser elegido concejal de Memphis, Jeff fue miembro durante dos mandatos del Consejo Escolar de la ciudad de Memphis y del Consejo Asesor Comunitario de Preescolar. Su formación como becario del Instituto Broad fue decisiva para iniciar una forma de gobierno basada en la política. Obtuvo el premio Master School Board Award del Estado de Tennessee por su formación adicional y su trabajo en actividades eficaces del consejo escolar.

Como miembro de la comunidad, Jeff sirvió dos términos en la Junta de la Sociedad Médica de Memphis, donde también sirvió como Vicepresidente de la junta. Es anciano en la Primera Iglesia Presbiteriana. Anteriormente fue entrenador de fútbol de la liga de la iglesia durante 17 años. Jeff también es Coordinador de Voluntarios de la Cocina de Sopa para el Programa de Alcance de la Misión de la Primera Iglesia Presbiteriana.

Jeff y su esposa, KC, han vivido en el Super Distrito 9 durante más de 30 años y han criado a tres hijos, todos ellos orgullosos graduados de Snowden y Central.

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