Jamie Gilbert
Jamie Gilbert
Program Support Specialist
Jamie Gilbert
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Office Location
211 Stephenson Hall
Office Hours
  • Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday: 8a-5p
  • Wednesday & Friday: Remote

Jamie Gilbert, originially from Bell County, Kentucky, is a first generation college graduate with a BA in Psychology from Berea College, where she also studied Spanish language. During her time as a student, Jamie spent three years in program and administrative support roles at Brushy Fork through the work-study program at Berea.

Post-graduation, Jamie served as a Program Associate at Partners for Rural Impact (formerly Partners for Education) for two years, supporting programs in Eastern Kentucky schools such as PartnerCorps PRI, Innovative Approaches to Literacy (IAL), and Stop the Violence (STOP-V). Jamie has now stepped into the Program Support Specialist role at Brushy Fork, and also serves as the supervisor of Brushy Fork's student workers.

Currently pursuing a Master's in Public Administration with a focus on nonprofit management and community development, Jamie is passionate about serving the Appalachian region. She is committed to making a positive impact and contributing to the growth and prosperity of communities within the region.

  • B.A., Psychology, Berea College, 2021
  • M.A., Public Administration, Eastern Kentucky University, 2024