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Director of Youth Leadership Programs

PFAW

PFAW

Background Information

Employment History

National Director of Leadership Programs
PFAW

Program Director and Senior Field Organizer
PFAW

Inaugural National Director
Young Elected Officials Network

Mayor
Andrew Gillum

City Commissioner
Andrew Gillum

Change Agent
Andrew Gillum

Commissioner
Talgov.com

Deputy Political Director
Florida Democratic Party

State Political Director
Florida Democratic Party

President
Student Government Association

Field Organizer and Statewide Director
Arrive With 5

Lead Commissioner
Long Range Community Based Target Issue Committee

Leadership Roles
Long Range Community Based Target Issue Committee

Affiliations

Board Member
Young Elected Officials Network

Founder
Young Elected Officials Network

Board Member
Schott Foundation for Public Education

Board Member
Black Youth Vote Coalition

Education



Florida A&M University



Florida A&

Web References (181 Total References)


YEO Network Team | Young Elected Officials Network

yeonetwork.org, 8 Feb 2015 [cached]

Andrew Gillum Tallahassee, Fla. Mayor Andrew D. Gillum YEO Network Executive Director Andrew Gillum, Executive Director and founder of the YEO Network, is an alumnus of Florida A&M University (FAMU), former president of the Student Government Association, and FAMU's first student member of the Board of Trustees. He became the youngest person ever elected to the four-member Tallahassee City Commission in February 2003. Andrew has held prominent leadership roles on the Commission , including Mayor Pro Tem, Chairman-Capital Region Transportation Planning Agency, and lead commissioner for the Long Range Community Based Target Issue Committee. He has championed several community initiatives including the Nims Middle School Digital Harmony Pilot Program, the Landlord Tenant Mediation Program, the Code Enforcement Amnesty Program, and the creation of the Silver Lake Neighborhood Park. He served as Field Organizer and statewide Director of the "Arrive With 5" program with People For the American Way Foundation (PFAWF). He organized the largest "Arrive With 5" get-out-the-vote campaign in Florida's history. He has also served as Political Director of the Florida Democratic Party. Currently, Andrew serves as Programs Director for People For the American Way Foundation's Youth Programs as well as his role with the YEO Network.


Spokespeople | People For the American Way

www.pfaw.org, 21 Dec 2014 [cached]

Andrew D. Gillum, Director of Youth Leadership Programs

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Andrew Gillum Director of Youth Leadership Programs
Andrew Gillum is Director of Youth Leadership Programs. An alumnus of Florida A&M University (FAMU), former president of the Student Government Association, and FAMU's first student member of the Board of Trustees, Gillum became the youngest person ever elected to the four-member Tallahassee City Commission in February 2003. Gillum has held prominent leadership roles such as Mayor Pro Tem, ChairmanCapital Region Transportation Planning Agency and lead commissioner for the Long Range Community Based Target Issue Committee. In keeping with his mantra to uplift and build the collective community, Gillum has championed several community initiatives including the Nims Middle School Digital Harmony Pilot Program, the Landlord Tenant Mediation Program; the Code Enforcement Amnesty Program; and the creation of the Silver Lake Neighborhood Park. Gillum served as Field Organizer and statewide Director of the "Arrive With 5" program with People For the American Way Foundation. He organized the largest "Arrive With 5" get-out-the-vote campaign in Florida's history. He also worked as Deputy Political Director with the Florida Democratic Party. He founded PFAW Foundation's Young Elected Officials program, which unites elected officials age 35 and under in a network which supports them with leadership and personal development training and public policy support.


Interview | Common Ground Youth Coalition

cgyc.net, 24 Feb 2013 [cached]

Andrew Gillum Transcribed Interview Andrew Gillum, President. Young Elected Officials Network.

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Andrew Gillum, President.
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Andrew D. Gillum, a Florida A&M University graduate, former president of the Student Government Association, and first student member of FAMU's Board of Trustees was elected to the Tallahassee City Commission in February 2003, re-elected in August 2004 and August 2008. He has served as Mayor Pro Tem, Chairman-Capital Region Transportation Planning Agency and lead commissioner for the Long Range Community Based Planning and the Financial Viability in Government Committees. Andrew has championed several community initiatives including the Nims Middle School Digital Harmony Program, the Landlord/Tenant Mediation Program, and the Code Enforcement Amnesty Program.
Andrew is the National Director of Leadership Programs and the Young Elected Officials Network with People For the American Way Foundation. The YEO assists elected officials age 35 and under with leadership/personal development training and public policy support. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the Schott Foundation for Public Education.


people for the american way foundation | blog.pfaw.org

blog.pfaw.org, 15 Jan 2015 [cached]

Andrew Gillum is the Director of Youth Leadership Programs at People For the American Way Foundation.

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Baltimore's Fox 45 News met up with the group and interviewed Andrew Gillum, the YEO Network's director:


About the YEO Network Staff | Young Elected Officials Network

www.yeonetwork.org, 16 Mar 2013 [cached]

Commissioner Andrew Gillum

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City Commissioner Andrew D. Gillum YEO Network Executive Director YEO Network Founder
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Commissioner Andrew Gillum Andrew Gillum, Director of the YEO Network, is an alumnus of Florida A&M University (FAMU), former president of the Student Government Association, and FAMU's first student member of the Board of Trustees. He became the youngest person ever elected to the four-member Tallahassee City Commission in February 2003. Commissioner Gillum has held prominent leadership roles such as Mayor Pro Tem, Chairman-Capital Region Transportation Planning Agency and lead commissioner for the Long Range Community Based Target Issue Committee. In keeping with his mantra to uplift and build the collective community, Andrew has championed several community initiatives including the Nims Middle School Digital Harmony Pilot Program, the Landlord Tenant Mediation Program; the Code Enforcement Amnesty Program; and the creation of the Silver Lake Neighborhood Park. Gillum served as Field Organizer and statewide Director of the "Arrive With 5" program with People For the American Way Foundation (PFAWF). He organized the largest "Arrive With 5" get-out-the-vote campaign in Florida's history. He also worked as Political Director with the Florida Democratic Party. Currently, he is the National Director of the Young Elected Officials Network with PFAWF, spearheading a program that unites elected officials age 35 and under in a network which supports them with leadership and personal development training and public policy support. (For Commissioner Gillum's full bio, click here.)
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Senator Bill Nelson and later with Tallahassee City Commissioner, Andrew Gillum--working on both of their prospective re-election campaigns.

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