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Jamie-lee A. Bradshaw

About Me

Jaime-Lee Bradshaw serves as the Chief Strategy Officer at Community Partners of South Florida (CPSFL) in Palm Beach County, Florida.  She first joined CPSFL as director at a neighborhood resource center, called BRIDGES. Jaime previously worked to support youth engaged in the criminal justice system, as an emergency housing case manager, an after-school director, and as a consultant for a local early childhood funder.  

Through community building, stabilization, and engagement, Jaime has cultivated strong relationships with several local, regional, state, and national partners including NeighborWorks America, where she serves on the Community Initiatives Advisory Council and Everyday Democracy, where she manages CPSFL’s anchor relationship designed to help build capacity and engage communities in creating positive change.   In her current role, she oversees the implementation of the organizations’ strategic plan, applying a strategy and equity lens to each of the organization’s major lines of business, health, housing, and community. In her role as liaison for NeighborWorks America, she also supports the NeighborWorks Florida Collaborative as Coordinator. Jaime also supports various local and national efforts engaged in community engagement, collective impact, and comprehensive community development to create actionable outcomes.

Originally from Barbados, Jaime moved to Palm Beach County in 1987. An outspoken advocate of CPSFL's mission, she seeks to engage resident voice in all aspects of programs and projects that impact their community. Jaime received her degrees in Criminal Justice and Psychology from the University of North Florida. She is an alumnus of the Nonprofits First Rising Leaders program and Leadership Palm Beach County.  Jaime enjoys spending time with her family and friends both locally and abroad. 

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