Jevin Hodge was born and raised in Tempe, AZ, and has a degree in Public Policy from George Washington University. Jevin spent the last three years traveling across the state as Vice Chairman of the Arizona Democratic Party, mobilizing people civically and learning about the issues that matter most to Arizonans.
Professionally, he is a national engagement director for LINK Strategic Partners, a social impact firm focusing on strategic communications and stakeholder engagement. Deeply involved in his community, he serves as the Chair of the Booker T. Washington Child Development Center, is the past President of the Tempe Union High Schools Education Foundation, Arizona statewide advisory board member for the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, and sits on the board of several other non-profit institutions around Arizona.
Jevin is running to be an advocate for all residents of Maricopa County and believes his service can facilitate smart growth in one of the most rapidly-developing regions of the U.S., putting workers and their families at the forefront of Arizona’s economic development.
As a leader of one of America’s largest counties, Jevin plans to prioritize infrastructure development, transparent governance, and the economic and personal well-being of those working, studying and living in Maricopa County.