|Transportation & Infrastructure
|House Government Committee of Reference 2023-2024
|House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee of Reference
Jevin D. Hodge is a prominent community and business leader in Arizona. He serves in the Arizona House of Representatives, representing the 8th Legislative District, including parts of Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale, Mesa, and the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
Professionally, Rep. Hodge is Director of National Engagement and Partnerships for LINK Strategic Partners, an international consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. Leading operations from Phoenix, Rep. Hodge works with community partners and clients around the world to maximize social impact by governments, non-profits, and businesses. His clients have included the District of Columbia, the City of Brownsville (TX), Guilford County (NC), the Austin Independent School District (TX), the Citi Open Tennis Tournament, Lyft, Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership, College Success Arizona, Newfields & the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the UK Town & Gown Association, and several other impact-focused organizations. Rep. Hodge is also the Director of Partnerships and Social Impact at Immersion Innovation, a Phoenix-based venture development firm focused on identifying pathways for corporate innovation and offering acceleration programming for early-stage businesses.
Rep. Hodge is focused on community leadership throughout Arizona. He serves as President and Chairman of the Board for the Booker T. Washington Child Development Center, the longest running Head Start school in the state. BTW provides early childhood education and other critical services to nearly a thousand low-income families at 35 sites around Phoenix. Additionally, he serves on the Board of Directors for Jewish Child and Family Services, an integrated mental and physical health center with several locations across Maricopa County.
Rep. Hodge received the City of Tempe’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Service Award, the East Valley NAACP’s Roy Wilkins Service Award for Lifetime Achievement, Grambling State University’s MLK Award, and Maricopa County NAACP’s Next Gen Trailblazer Award. He has also received industry awards for his national and international consulting work at LINK Strategic Partners. A sought-after speaker locally and nationally on business, civics, and leadership, he delivers keynote remarks at national conferences regularly. Rep. Hodge is regularly asked to comment on issues relating to Arizona government, education, and politics, appearing in local and national media outlets.
The son of Tempe City Councilwoman Berdetta Hodge, Rep. Hodge is a proud product of Arizona’s public schools, the George Washington University, and Head Start.
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|students; community service commendation
|appropriation; commission of African-American affairs
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