Professional Information
Jamie
S.
Colvin
President
Blessed Communications
Education, Honors & Awards
Texas Christian University
Texas Christian University Early Childhood Education; Elementary Education and Teaching; Dallas County Community College; Southern Methodist University 1991 – 1992
1995
Police Officer City of Denton August 2007; Chief's Commendation for Life Saving; Police Officer Town of Jackson April 2014; Life Saving Medal Police Officer Town of Jackson September 2014; Life Saving Medal Police Officer Town of Jackson September 2013; JPD Challenge Coin for Excellence
Personal Information
Celina
Victim Advocate Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center; August 2015 – Present
Less Than 1 Year
Jamie Colvin is a telecommunications professional and proud owner of Blessed Communications, LLC, a Dallas based company specializing in all aspects of IT and telecommunications services. Her goal for Blessed Communications is to recruit single parents who need a flexible schedule and to train, encourage, and support agents with a positive work environment and great salary that will enable them to provide for their families. Jamie graduated from Texas Christian University and began teaching with Dallas ISD. A few years later, she decided to redirect her career path and enter law enforcement. She served as a police officer for eight years until her youngest son had health issues that required her to step away from the force. After nearly a year and a half staying home with her son full time, she decided to start her own business with a friend in the telecommunications industry.
Microsoft Office; Customer Service; Microsoft Excel; Leadership; Research; PowerPoint; Public Speaking; Social Media; Marketing; Telecommunications; Solution Selling; IT Solutions; Project Management; Event Planning; CPR Certified
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