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Kansas City, MO
Jermaine Reed was first elected in 2011 and assumed office as the youngest city council member in Kansas City history! In 2015 he was reelected by an overwhelmingly majority vote to his second term as councilman for the 3rdDistrict. His public-private development model, focused on renewing urban landscapes, has helped revitalize Kansas City’s urban core with more than $100 million in economic development, which serves as a model for urban centers around the nation.
A first generation college graduate, Jermaine received his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Missouri and more recently his Masters of Public Administration from UMKC’s Bloch School of Management. He currently serves as the Chair of the Transportation & Infrastructure Committee and member of the Small Business, Entrepreneurship & Jobs Committee. He is also on the board of National League of Cities, Mid-America Regional Council, Midtown Housing Advisory board, the American Jazz Museum, and Jazz District Redevelopment Corporation.
Jermaine is also State Director of Young Elected Officials, Board Member of the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials and member of several other community organizations.
Jermaine is committed to empowering the citizens of Kansas City, Missouri. He continues to demonstrate his leadership among his peers as well as in the community through his signature legislation to “Ban the Box”, increase minimum wage and authorization of the redevelopment of Prospect Avenue.
This is Jermaine’s journey. He is a determined leader for a very determined district.
- World Café: Making Room for Innovation on City Streets
Friday, November 9, 2018 3:30 pm Convention Center, Room 515B