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JMAA names Lsherie Dean as public information officer

Jackson Municipal Airport Authority (JMAA) has named LSherie Dean as the Public Information Officer (PIO). Dean is an alumna of Jackson State University where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Dean has over twelve years of public relations, marketing and social media experience.

For the last four years, Dean has been an intricate part of public relations, marketing and customer service for Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport (JAN) and Hawkins Field Airport (HKS).

As PIO, Dean serves as the principle spokesperson for JMAA on all public relations matters. Additionally, she is responsible for developing and implementing critical public relations and crisis management strategies to enhance the Authority’s public image.

Dean has also served on the executive committee for the 2011 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society MS/LA Chapter’s Light the Night event; 2013 Chair for the Minority Enterprise Development Week (MED Week) Steering Committee; committee member for the Mississippi Greek Weekend; and as the Social Media Manager for the Medgar & Myrlie Evers Institute’s 50th Commemoration of Medgar Evers’ Assassination.

In 2012, Dean was featured in BOOM Jackson magazine as one of Jackson, Mississippi’s “Influential Jacksonians.” The Clarion Ledger featured her in a 2013 column on “Finding Positive Purpose.” She was also featured in the historical Southern Christian Leadership Conference National Organization (SCLC) magazine in 2013, as an “Emerging Leader,” among many other accolades for her service to the community and social media influence.

She is currently the Social Media Chair for the Jackson State University National Alumni Association (JSUNAA), and is a member of the JSU Thrive Chapter, an affiliate of JSUNAA.
Dean resides in Ridgeland with her daughter, Demi Jade and is a member of Cathedral AME Zion Church in Jackson.


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