An experienced leader in business and education equity ready to get Arizona on the right track.
Jevin Hodge is deeply involved in our community. He serves as the Chair of the Booker T. Washington Child Development Center, is the former President of the Tempe Union High Schools Education Foundation, and sits on the boards of several non-profit charitable institutions around Arizona. He previously chaired committees that succeeded in securing millions of dollars for East Valley schools, augmenting the education of tens of thousands of Arizona students.
Professionally, he is the National Engagement Director of LINK Strategic Partners, a business, nonprofit, and government consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. Leading operations in the Phoenix-area, Jevin works with community partners to maximize impact by governments, non-profits, and businesses hosting major events around the US and abroad, including the Citi Open Tennis Tournament, the Urban Alliance, the City of Washington, D.C., and Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership. Jevin Hodge spent three years traveling across Arizona to engage people civically and learn about the short- and long-term challenges facing those who work, study, and live in our state.
A public servant who will restore faith in public health and our economy.
An Arizona native, Jevin Hodge is adept at working with community leaders and elected officials, oftentimes focusing on how to increase civic engagement among all Arizonans. In the East Valley Jevin has hosted town halls and roundtables with Members of Congress, Cabinet officials, local chiefs of police, and state legislators. He currently sits on the board of Best Buddies Arizona, which serves youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as on the Arizona board of US Global Leadership Coalition, which strengthens Arizona’s economy and presence on the world stage. He is also a member of Suns Charities 88, the philanthropic arm of the Phoenix Suns which brings together business leaders to invest in community development. Jevin Hodge previously served as the President of the Las Brisas Homeowners Association in Tempe, where he managed finances, maintenance, and development for a community of a thousand people.
A leader who will put the health and wellbeing of your family first.
Jevin Hodge was born in Tempe, Arizona and was raised by a single mother, Berdetta Hodge. Berdetta, the first black woman elected in Tempe as the President of the Tempe Union High School District Governing Board, instilled in Jevin and his brother a love for service and community. Jevin attended McClintock High School and has a degree in Public Policy from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. In addition to working for LINK Strategic Partners, Jevin cares for his family, neighbors, and other loved ones in his role as a family man, pet owner, and homeowner.