Leadership for a Brighter Future
Jayme Stevenson is here for the people. For more than ten years, she has helped citizens in Connecticut navigate through the COVID pandemic, numerous hurricanes and damaging floods, war protests and racial tensions. Her relationships with the community motivate her to make changes as a member of Congress representing Connecticut. Vote Jayme Stevenson as your congressional representative in November!
Meet Jayme Stevenson
Restoring Bridge-Building Leadership in Washington
Jayme Stevenson, nee Jackson, was born to parents Carol Ann and John Calvin Jackson Jr. in Reading, Pennsylvania. Jayme’s mother was the daughter of Italian immigrants. Her father, paternal uncles, and Jayme’s brother, Ret. Colonel John C. Jackson III served in the United States military. Jayme’s uncle, Flight Officer Elmer Jackson, was killed in action during the 1943 WWII Operation Husky Battle for Sicily.
Jayme attended Albright College in Reading for two years before transferring to Arizona State University. She graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Communication with a Telecommunication and Business Management degree.
Since leaving office, Jayme has continued to expand her community outreach. She serves on the Board of Directors of LifeBridge Community Services in Bridgeport, which provides mental healthcare support and partners with Bridgeport youth and families to build resilience. Jayme recently joined the Board of Directors of Stamford Emergency Medical Services and has served on the Board of Rowan Center, which offers support and counseling for victims of sexual violence, since 2016. Jayme is an active member of Stamford-Norwalk State’s Attorney’s Community Engagement Board.
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