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Young Elected Officials Network

1550 Melvin Street

Tallahassee, Florida,32301

United States

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citizens united


Mayor

City of Tallahassee


Director of Youth Leadership Programs

American Way Foundation


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Student Government Association


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People for the American Way

Director of Youth Leadership Programs


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Schott Foundation for Public Education

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Opportunity Action

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Strong Florida Experience

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YEO Network Team | Young Elected Officials Network

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Andrew Gillum
Mayor Andrew D. Gillum Outgoing Director of Youth Leadership Programs 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. Gillum has held prominent leadership roles on the commission, including mayor pro tem, chairman of the 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 his state party. Currently, Gillum serves as director of People For the American Way Foundation's Youth Programs as well as his role with the YEO Network.


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Andrew Gillum
Mayor Andrew D. Gillum, 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 became the youngest person ever elected to the four-member Tallahassee City Commission in February 2003. When elected at the age of 23, he was a student majoring in political science. Passion for public service, and the ability to motivate and mobilize people to action garnered his re-election in August 2004 to a four year term on the Commission. He was elected Mayor of Tallahassee in August 2014. Mayor 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. Mayor 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 Deputy Political Director with the Florida Democratic Party. He was the inaugural National Director of the Young Elected Officials Network with PFAWF, in which he initiated and spearheaded a program that unites elected officials age 35 and under in a network that supports them with leadership and personal development training and public policy support. His success garnered him the position of Director of Youth Leadership Programs for PFAWF. In this role he oversees the strategic planning, implementation, and development of three program areas: Young People For, Young Elected Officials Network, and the Young Professionals Activist network. Mayor Gillum serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Schott Foundation for Public Education. He also has been recognized as an emerging leader by the Congressional Black Caucus, Jet Magazine, Ebony Magazine, the Association of Trial Lawyers for America (ATLA), The Drum Major Institute, IMPACT and FAMU's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award.


Misdeeds - Tallahassee Corruption

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Sean Pittman has also represented Tallahassee City Commissioner Andrew Gillum.


The Next Generation of Progressive Leaders | Wisdom Voices

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After talking with Andrew Gillum, director of the Young Elected Officials Network, (YEO) one doesn't need to speculate any longer on the viability of strong leaders committed to progressive political action.
The enthusiasm, passion and commitment exhibited by Gillum in his work to unite newly elected young officials provide a source of encouragement for all. Andrew Gillum: Director of the YEO Network "Educational inequalities, criminal justice inequalities and a range of other issues that exist helped provoke the recent activism (the Occupy Wall Street movement)," Gillum said. "We wanted to let them know they were not alone in this work," Gillum said. Although a 700-member strong organization is a great beginning, Gillum is quick to point out that it's not representative of the percentage of the 35-and-under population in this country. "Almost a third of the population fits into that category and yet we are less than five percent of the elected officials," he said. And which issues does Gillum see today as "generational" rather than political or philosophical as these next young elected officials begin their political futures? "I would point to energy, LGBT rights, and marriage equality, as the hallmark generational issues," Gillum said. Andrew Gillum Andrew Gillum, the youngest person elected to the Tallahassee, Florida, City Commission, serves as the director of the YEO Network. As one of seven children, whose mother was a bus driver and whose father was a construction worker, Gillum says his life serves as an inspiration for the work he now does. For me, it is so fundamental to understand where government picks up and the need in this country for a strong social infrastructure as well as a strong federal government and a strong private sector and policy that helps close this wealth divide that exists today. "My parents had to work 2-3 jobs and they were still not able to make ends meet in this country," Gillum said. We invite you to listen to more of Andrew Gillum's thoughts - in his own words. This entry was posted in Citizens United, Democray, Thoughts on Life, Wisconsin Politics, Wisdom Voices Spotlight and tagged Andrew Gillum, Chris Larson, progressive movement, Young Elected Officials Network, young progressives.


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Andrew Gillum
City Commissioner, City of Tallahassee, FL Andrew Gillum City Commissioner Andrew D. Gillum, 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 became the youngest person ever elected to the four-member Tallahassee City Commission in February 2003. When elected at the age of 23, he was a student majoring in political science. Passion for public service, and the ability to motivate and mobilize people to action garnered his re-election in August 2004 to a four year term on the Commission. 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. Commissioner 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 Deputy Political Director with the Florida Democratic Party. He was the inaugural National Director of the Young Elected Officials Network with PFAWF, in which he initiated and spearheaded a program that unites elected officials age 35 and under in a network that supports them with leadership and personal development training and public policy support. His success garnered him the position of Director of Youth Leadership Programs for PFAWF. In this role he oversees the strategic planning, implementation, and development of three program areas: Young People For, Young Elected Officials Network, and the Young Professionals Activist network. Commissioner Gillum serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Schott Foundation for Public Education. He also has been recognized as an emerging leader by the Congressional Black Caucus, Jet Magazine, Ebony Magazine, the Association of Trial Lawyers for America (ATLA), The Drum Major Institute, IMPACT and FAMU's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Award.


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