Jamie has been End in Mind’s Program Manager since 2018 after leading community engagement efforts around this initiative as a committee member and volunteer in Scott County. She has a background in public health, community engagement, program development and evaluation, and volunteer coordination. Jamie is excited to use her expertise in these areas at a local level to help advance End in Mind’s mission.
In her free time, Jamie enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, preparing delicious food, and enjoying the great outdoors with her dog, Schmitty.
What does it mean for you to live with the End in Mind?
Living with the end in mind means living authentically and with integrity embracing life’s ups and downs.
Deathbed Playlist Song Choice:
“Journey of the Featherless” by Cloud Cult and “Into the Great Wide Open” by Tom Petty…and many, many others!
Favorite Bucket List Item:
Whitewater rafting on the Nile and kayaking alongside orca whales in the San Juan Islands that I’ve checked off and many more experiences I look forward to.
What three words would you want people to remember you by?
Curious, Authentic, Advocate.
What habit makes your life worth living?
Spending quality time with the people I love, most notably my siblings and our ever growing family.