As director of planning and economic development, Jamie oversees economic development, placemaking, and transportation, and plays a crucial strategic and advisory role in understanding and strengthening the Georgetown economy. He works with the commercial real estate community, property owners, tenants, community groups, city leaders, and other stakeholders to provide data analysis and strategic counsel on the Georgetown economy that helps to support a healthy and vibrant commercial district.
Before joining the BID Jamie was assistant director of community engagement at Georgetown University. In that role, he worked on strategic initiatives to support the university’s campus plan, strengthen the university’s partnership with its neighbors, and fulfill the university’s role as an anchor institution in the District. Jamie earned his Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Georgetown University.
Been with the BID: since November 2015
Been in DC: since 2006
Favorite Georgetown Amenity: C&O Canal; Blue Bottle Coffee