Monday, June 15, 2015

CityGOP's Jill Homan at the June AFCYR Meeting


Join the Arlington Falls Church Young Republicans on Monday, June 15th as they hear from CityGOP's Jill Homan.

Ms. Homan serves as the Republican National Committeewoman from the District of Columbia, one of the 168 members of the Republican National Committee. Recently, she was elected as one of eight members of the RNC Site Selection Committee for the 2016 Republican Convention, and currently serves on the convention’s Committee on Arrangements. She is a member of the DC Republican Party’s Executive Committee and president of the League of Republican Women in DC. Formerly, she served as the Co-Chair for the Romney-Ryan campaign in DC and an Alternate Delegate for DC to the 2012 Republican National Convention.

She launched CityGOP to advocate for Republican candidates and the GOP in cities. CityGOP profiles and promotes city Republican elected officials and candidates. The website, CityGOP.org, includes articles and research about urban Republicans and the importance of growing the GOP in cities. In addition, CityGOP showcases policy solutions and proven campaign strategies focused on cities.

Jill worked on Capitol Hill for former Congressman Bob Ehrlich (R-MD) as his press secretary and legislative assistant. After her time on Capitol Hill, she went on to earn a Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Policy degrees from Duke University, with a focus on finance and authoring a thesis on urban revitalization. Jill now serves on the Board of Visitors for the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University.

Jill is the co-founder and principal of Javelin 19 Investments, a real estate investment and development company. At Javelin 19, Jill is responsible for sourcing, underwriting, structuring, and executing commercial real estate investment opportunities which include multi-family and office acquisitions. She previously worked as vice president of Perseus Realty in Washington, DC.

The social period begins at 7pm, and the meeting starts at 7:30pm. Check out the details on Facebook here.