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Jamarr Brown, Co-Executive Director, Texas Democratic Party

Jamarr Brown, Co-Executive Director, Texas Democratic Party, will lay out TDP’s new model and strategy to advance Texas Democratic priorities and defeat Republicans in 2022.
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Jamarr Brown, Co-Executive Director, Texas Democratic Party

Time & Location

Aug 28, 7:00 PM

About the event

The co-executive directors are already making history in their new roles. Brown is the party’s first-ever Black executive director, and Roe Beck will be the youngest executive director in the party’s history. Brown and Roe Beck are seasoned leaders in Texas progressive politics, with multiple decades of political leadership and organizing experience between them. The two leaders will work closely together at every step.

Jamarr Brown has over a decade of experience working as a campaign strategist, leadership trainer, and nonprofit leader. Now, he is making history as the first-ever Black executive director of the Texas Democratic Party. Prior to this role, Jamarr served as the Director of Civic Engagement Programs at re:power, stewarding partnerships with progressive civic engagement and labor groups and overseeing a portfolio of programs to train and support organizers, campaign managers and staff, and candidates.

Jamarr has also served as the National Training Director for Tom Steyer’s presidential campaign, where he led a national leadership development program for staff, volunteers, community leaders and issue advocates. In a previous role as the Organizing & Training Director for Planned Parenthood Texas Votes (PPTV), Jamarr managed the statewide leadership development, public affairs, grassroots organizing and issue and electoral campaign work in conjunction with Planned Parenthood affiliates in Texas. Under his leadership, the number of Planned Parenthood supporters across Texas grew by 600,000. Jamarr has worked at the local, state, and national level with a range of progressive organizations — training key groups and campaigns across the country and garnering national coverage — and successfully worked with ColorOfChange to remove the Confederate Flag from South Carolina’s State House grounds. Raised in Charleston, South Carolina, Jamarr earned a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science from Clemson University. He serves as President of the Black Austin Democrats and on the Board of Directors for Provide, Inc. and Leadership Austin. Jamarr is a member of the Democratic National Committee.

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