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February 18, 2021

I Love Jamaica Ave Campaign

We are excited to kickoff our ‘I Love Jamaica Ave’ campaign where each day of February we will feature a profile on a well-known person in downtown Jamaica and Southeast Queens. This campaign aims to show love to downtown Jamaica for the businesses, culture and history of our great community. Below are each of the profiles we have done this month. Please visit the link on the photo to visit our Instagram account to read up daily on each of our featured profiles.

February 1

Jennifer Furioli, Executive Director at the Jamaica Center BID

February 2

Tyra Emerson, Executive Director at Cultural Collaborative Jamaica

February 3

DJ Nett, Founder of SEQ Cleanup Initiative

February 4

Al Reynolds, Project Director of Neighborhood Initiatives at Literary Inc.

February 5

Natasha Morales and Candita Semone, co-owners of Make Me Over Beauty Bar

February 6

Dawn Kelly, Owner of The Nourish Spot

February 7

Greg Mays, Executive Director of A Better Jamaica

February 8

Jennifer Delatour, Program Director at Jamaica Community Partnership (Sheltering Arms)

February 9

Courtney Ffrench, Interim Artistic Director at Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning

February 10

Yvonne Reddick, District Manager of Queens Community Board

February 11

Aleeia Abraham, Founder of BlaQue Resource Network

February 12

Elena Calderon, Owner of Rincon Salvadoreno

February 13

Heron Hargrave, Founder of Ballin4Peace

February 14

Nat Valentine, Independent Photographer

February 15

Dianna Rose, Founder of the Laurelton Farmers Market

February 16

Melva Miller, CEO at the Association for a Better NY

February 17

Norman Fairweather, COO at First Presbyterian Church and a Jamaica Center BID Board Member

February 18

Khadijah Faison, Sergeant at the NYPD 103rd Precinct and Community Affairs

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