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Jammy identifies as the daughter of Puerto Rican migrants, First Generation College Student and the oldest of seven children; these experiences have shaped her identity and how she views and navigates the world. With a background in Sociology and a Masters in Social Work from Salem State University, Jammy is a dedicated, visionary leader and community engagement professional with a decade of experience. Jammy thrives on helping communities create systems, policies and supports that center humanity and interconnection through the lens of Restorative Justice and Equity. She has held several leadership positions embedding restorative justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) values into the fabric of communities. In each role, She has been a high impact contributor and visionary in engagement, community partnership building, policy change, program management, facilitation and development. Much of her work has focused on supporting educational institutions within her hometown of Boston and beyond, (from K-12 all the way to Graduate Schools).
Jammy is also passionate about sports, particularly basketball, as she is a former DIII Collegiate basketball player; She is an avid Boston Celtics and Phoenix Mercury (WNBA) fan. Recently, she obtained her Certificate in Sport Social Work at Michigan State University to pursue her passion of bridging her Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (JEDI) work, with her passion for sports and understanding the athlete experience.
Jammy is also a poet, enjoys creating art and being outside with her little ones and her Pit Bull named Scooby.