Junior Achievement Young Professionals Board


About

Junior Achievement's Young Professionals Board (JAYPB) is a group of innovative, energetic, and philanthropic young professionals with an interest in financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and work-readiness. Our members are ambassadors for JA throughout the Memphis community and work to support the organization's mission.
 

Why join the JAYPB?

Members gain experience in board leadership with a global nonprofit organization. JAYPB members will experience opportunities to network, fundraise, work with community leaders, as well as plan and attend exciting events! For more information, contact Larry Colbert at lcolbert@jamemphis.org or 901-366-7800.
 

2018 Junior Achievement Young Professionals Board Charter
 

Officers

Chair:
Charlie House, Smith & Nephew

Vice Chair, Outreach:
Libby Ellman, St. Agnes-St. Dominic School

Secretary:
Megan Richards, Mercer Capital

Vice Chair, Programs:
Brittney Murray, UTHSC

Vice Chairs, Special Events:

Mia McIvor, Hometown Realty
Kaylee Oaks, Hometown Realty


Treasurer:
Jennifer Jakob, ServiceMaster

 

Members

Alexander Abdo, ServiceMaster
Emily Boehme, SVM, LP
Taryn Burgess, Mercer Capital
Libby Ellman, St. Agnes-St. Dominic School
Ashley Frederick, Smith & Nephew
Dasmine Garrison, WREG News Channel 3
Henry Gordon, First Tennessee Bank
Watson Harris, Ernst & Young, LLP
Charlie House, Smith & Nephew
Jasmine Hudgins, FedEx
Jennifer Jakob, ServiceMaster
Daniel Johnson, Reynolds, Bone & Griesbeck
Kevin Kimberly, ForwardEd Consulting
Britney Latham, Frazee Ivy Davis


 

Dina Lenchik, Indigo Ag
Jonathan McAlister, Legacy Wealth Management
Mia McIvor, Hometown Realty
Hunter Meriwether, KPMG, LLP
Brittney Murray, UTHSC
Kaylee Oaks, Hometown Realty
Megan Richards, Mercer Capital
Vania Rogers-Gbee, Watkins Uiberall, PLLC
Cooper Smith, Shoemaker Financial
Brad Wade, Watkins Uiberall, PLLC
Yarnelle Waller, Smith & Nephew
Zachary Willis, Watkins Uiberall, PLLC
Nathaniel Wu, ServiceMaster