A lifelong Republican, Jamee Jolly learned the values of hard work, grit, and personal responsibility growing up in the piney woods of East Texas. She inherited a positive, entrepreneurial spirit and passion for serving others from her parents.
From serving as student council president to editor of the school newspaper, Jamee was always driven to succeed and make a big impact on behalf of others. After becoming the first in her family to graduate from college, Jamee dedicated her life to service. Many years ago, she and her husband, Marvin, settled in Plano and always sought big ways to help better their fast-growing community. Jamee is involved with the Plano Rotary Club, Leadership Plano, Leadership North Texas and the Heritage Farmstead Museum.
As the President of the Plano Chamber of Commerce, Jamee played a critical role in attracting renowned national corporations to relocate their headquarters and good-paying jobs right here in Plano. Under her stellar leadership, the chamber was named “Chamber of the Year.”
Most recently, Jamee served as the Executive Director of Plano ISD’s Education Foundation, a role in which she connected the business community to the work and vision of the school district to support key programs that benefit students. With deep roots in this community, Jamee advocates for the issues that matter to North Texans.
Conservatives across the district have united behind Jamee because of her strong values, record of achievement, and winning plan for Texas. We can trust Jamee to secure our border, fully support our police, support our public schools, lower property taxes, and uphold our conservative values.
Jamee married her husband, Marvin, and welcomed their first grandchild in 2020. Jamee and Marvin are active members of Grace Church in Plano.