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Jennie Dallas

Strategic Director

Jennie Dallas is the wife of Bishop William Dallas III, a mother, a grandmother, the First Lady of Gospel Fellowship Church, and a small business owner of a marketing company called JJ Smart Promotions. Under that umbrella, she owns a bilingual publication called La Voz Latina Central (LVLC). LVLC serves eight counties in central pennsylvania. She is connected to Latino leadership throughout Central PA and Philadelphia.

Jennie seeks to inspire others to be their best by publishing stories of people doing extraordinary things, such as stories on how to buy a home or start a business. For this reason, she is also the Vice President of the Latino Hispanic Professional Association. Through this organization, she can provide information and opportunities for professionals to grow through networking and seminars.

Besides volunteering at her church, Jennie volunteers in the community as well. She is the Vice President of Estamos Unidos de Pennsylvania (PA We are United). The organization has raised over $120,000, awarded scholarships to college students, gives out toys to over 900 families every Christmas season, and hosts an extremely popular community picnic in the summer.

You can always catch Jennie getting involved civically. She feels that people should always be heard in their communities. Her latest accomplishment was initiating a town hall meeting with other community members to stop the demolition of the William Penn High School.

Jennie is on the Cumberland County Republican County Advisory Board, responsible for recruiting committee people, and a member of Cumberland and Dauphin County Republican Women. She has contributed to numerous election campaigns through strategic planning and grassroots efforts. Jennie has also served as chair of the Hispanic Republican Coalition of Pennsylvania, where she came to know many of the House and Senate representatives.

Jennie is now putting all of her focus and energies into her new position with The LIBRE Initiative, a non-profit, non-partisan organization where she can focus on the people in her community. She looks forward to the new opportunities ahead with The LIBRE Initiative.

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