Councilwoman Jamelle McKenzie

Council Member

Jamelle E. McKenzie, WARD I
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For more than thirty years Jamelle McKenzie has founded, managed, and led successful nonprofit and for-profit organizations and ministries. She currently serves as Chief Executive Officer of Adullam Ministries, INC., a 501c3 nonprofit charitable organization, President of the Service and Leadership Training (S.A.L.T) Foundation, and Apostolic Leader of Kingdom Carriers International Church. As a successful strategist and visionary who can create culture and build teams of effective, talented, highly qualified professionals, Jamelle organized the College Park Police and Fire Chaplaincy Corps in 2017, where she served as the Director of Chaplaincy for six years. Jamelle’s business and professional background includes Buyer for Macys New York and Macys South, Georgia Certificated Educator and Atlanta Public Schools teacher, Georgia Peace Officer Standards & Training Council Certified Instructor, and National Director for AdzZoo Internet Marketing.

Jamelle completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Virginia (Sociology), and her graduate studies at UVA, Brenau University (Education), the Interdenominational Theological Center and Liberty University (Divinity). Her most recent initiatives are Founder of the IGNITE College Park Resource Center, a referral agency that assists persons in need of critical resources and Co-Founder of BirthRight by Legacy, an entrepreneurial-themed program for African American Teens who desire to transform their lives, their communities, and the World!

Jamelle owns two for-profit ventures; Sovereign Ecosystem Solutions LLC and The Happy Cook. In addition, she serves as co-owner of G-Force Jet Management with her husband, Geoffrey. She is the proud mother of one son, Reginald, and the published author of three books: Forty Days of Power-filled Prayer, The Next Level and Three Seasons. Jamelle served as President of the Links HOA Board, Chairman of the College Park Georgia Business and Industrial Development Authority (B.I.D.A.) and a team member of the Disaster Spiritual Care Unit and Government Ops for the American Red Cross.

Jamelle is a member of Atlanta Kiwanis International, South Metro Democratic Women’s Council, The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Georgia Democrats, and the International Conference of Police Chaplains. Recently, she was selected as one of 15 national leaders to serve on Chick-filA’s Impact Accelerator Cohort as well as she was inducted into the Georgia WIN List WLA Leadership Academy for Women
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