Jaime a local business owner, was born and raised in St. Augustine. Jaime has one son, Micah who attends St. Johns County Public Schools.
Jaime’s project management agency provides provides professional consulting services within the public and private sector alike.
Jaime obtained her masters degree in Public Administration from the University of Phoenix, Jacksonville in 2014.
Jaime takes her commitment to community seriously. She has served as the Infrastructure Chairperson on the West Augustine CRA, where her efforts helped to initiate a grant program that will bring city water and sewer to hundreds of residents. She currently serves as the Public Relations coordinator for West Augustine Youth Development, an organization focused on mentoring and shaping productive citizens through student-athlete outreach programs. Jaime is also the Public Relations Chair for People Helping People Community, Inc. PHP is a benefit organization that hosts annual events to raise money for scholarships funds, and/or residents within the community who have experienced financial hardships due to failing health or other unforeseen circumstances. Jaime was a PHP Scholarship recipient in 2002.
As the founder and president of the Black Elite Entrepreneur Society, Jaime hopes to support black or African American entrepreneurs and professionals in St. Augustine and shine a light on their presence in the area. Jaime has served on a number of committees within her community. She has administered voter registration events, was co-founder of the annual “Free Thanksgiving Lunch” with her mom, Patricia at Zion Missionary Baptist Church, campaigned for Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012, organized community clean ups, and hosted a variety of other community outreach events.
Jaime is dedicated to being a great mother, enjoys cooking for her family and friends, loves the ocean, traveling and the Jacksonville Jaguars.