Janelle Jones is a New Haven Connecticut native, but calls Georgia home due to living in this great state for the past 10 years. She is a graduate of North Carolina A&T State University with a bachelor’s of Science degree in Psychology & Master’s Degree from Capella University in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Having a passion for community development and political support she founded the Millennial Round Table of Georgia, which includes a few distinguished young professionals between the ages of 25-35 ranging from politicians, to community developers, to consultants. She is a member of the National League of Women Voters, Chair of the Fundraising Committee for the Georgians for Fair Taxation, Vice Chair of the South Fulton Republicans, Membership Chair for the Atlanta Young Republicans, State Director of Engaged Futures and a minority engagement consultant for the Georgia Republican Party where she has worked with National and local level elected officials and candidates. With all the achievements her faith in God and Family is her most proud accomplishments!
Leo smith creates an informed and civic America by building bridges that engage for better solutions. Leo has professional experience building bridges across difference and helping large institutions navigate demographic change. He consults on constituency building, engagement, public relations, policy and crisis communication. Virginia Tech awarded him its first staff diversity leadership award. His recent work with the Republican National Committee and the Georgia Republican Party on Minority Voter Engagement receives national and international acclaim. He’s been featured in media including the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Guardian (London), the L.A Times, Atlanta Daily World, Black Conservative News, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution. The also serves as a GAGOP State Committeeman and Vice Chair for Public Policy for the Georgia Black Republican Council.
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