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Shauntay Nelson

Shauntay Nelson

Wisconsin

Assistant Facility Manager
Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL)

Biography

Shauntay R. Nelson is the assistant facility manager with Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is responsible for the management and oversight of all facility related policies, programs and implementations. She works on the UnitedHealth Group (UHG) account and oversees all vendors, contractors and employee needs related to UHG's facility in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.

Nelson has a BA in Business Administration. Throughout her adult life, Nelson has developed a growing passion for social justice. She volunteers her time by working with youth to develop life skills, promote education, and encourage youth to be advocates for change.

Nelson cares deeply for her family and for her community. She works with local community leaders and politicians to host job fairs and offer community expressions designed to strengthen her community. Nelson is an Alumni of the Center for Progressive Leadership, a nonprofit organization providing leadership training for advancing progressive political and policy change. At the time of her attendance, the organization offered a nine month part-time leadership development training for a select group of organizational leaders, future candidates, community organizers, and progressive activists in Arizona, Colorado, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

Nelson recently attended her commencement for the completion of Emerge, WI. Emerge, WI is a seven month training program designed to train and assist women to become a greater community voice in politics. Emerge, WI seeks to identify, train, and encourage women to run for public office in order to serve their communities in a greater manner. Nelson cares about the barriers women face within society. She desires to level the playing field by encouraging women to become involved and works tirelessly to gain knowledge and resources that will help women engage.

Nelson was nominated by State Representative Latonya Johnson to serve on the African American Ladies Empowered to Grow Opportunities committee.