NetWorth Radio’s Dallas Business Leadership Series: Spencer McGowan Interviews Jamila Thomas
InterviewsNetWorth Radio’s Dallas Business Leadership Series: Spencer McGowan Interviews Jamila Thomas
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How the Tough Really Get Going! They Make a Forward Difference for All: Spencer McGowan Interviews Jamila Thomas!
Jamila Thomas is a 2019 Presidential Leadership Scholar appointed by the Presidential Centers of William J. Clinton, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush and Lyndon B. Johnson. She is a native of Dallas, Texas and a graduate of Florida A&M University, located in Tallahassee, Florida.
She received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration and a graduate degree, Masters of Business of Administration (MBA). She also has Master of Arts degree in Divinity from The University of Chicago Divinity School.
In 2018, at the direction of Dallas Independent School District Board of Trustees, Jamila created and established the Racial Equity Office for Dallas ISD. In this capacity, she was responsible for developing culturally responsive policies and programs designed to close the achievement gap and simultaneously build culturally intelligent practices for all faculty and staff.
Jamila now serves as the Senior Vice President for Big Brothers Big Sisters and is responsible for building the strategic plan for community and corporate engagement. Jamila currently lives in Cedar Hill, Texas with her husband, Brandon Thomas and two children, Braylon and Jaidence.