Since 2011, Jameson Parker has worked in Sacramento in the field of policy and public administration. He graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration with an emphasis on local government. From 2012 to 2016, Jameson spent time working at the City of Sacramento in Councilmember Steve Hansen’s office as a District Representative.
Jameson joined the Midtown Association team in 2016 as the Advocacy and Strategic Communications Manager. He’s worked on complex policy discussions like the Central City Specific Plan, as well as capital improvement projects like the installation of bollards on 20th Street. He now serves as the Director of Advocacy and Capital Improvements overseeing initiatives that increase active transportation, support infill development, and reduce the impacts of homelessness in Sacramento. Additionally, he oversees the Placemaking program at the organization.
In his spare time, Jameson serves on the Transportation, Mobility and Infrastructure Commission in the city of West Sacramento. To further strengthen the ties of the Midtown Association with social service providers, Jameson also serves on the Sacramento Steps Forward Continuum of Care Board. When he’s not working, you’ll find Jameson brewing beer with friends, or taking a trip to the mountains for camping and fishing.