We fight against the marketing and sale of deadly tobacco
products to Black people.
Jamaine Dickens has over two decades of success in public relations, government affairs, and community engagement through political campaigns in Michigan. He understands that most endeavors are merely campaigns that require these three key components and has employed them successfully to benefit governmental entities, major corporations, sports franchises, real estate investors, political candidates and ballot initiatives.
Jamaine has been a catalyst for the most pivotal chapter of Detroit’s recent history: From the Pistons coming home, to the establishment of the new Cobo Center and its $300 million renovation, the $1 billion MGM Grand Detroit development, to the $2.2 billion expansion of Marathon Petroleum’s Detroit refinery – he has literally helped change the city’s skyline. And from securing $15 an hour for Detroit’s janitors to participating in several statewide political campaigns for ballot referendums, gubernatorial and presidential candidates, Jamaine has impacted Michigan’s history through politics and policy.
Jamaine’s approach to success is building consensus by designing solutions for well-defined problems. He built his enterprise on the philosophy that when his clients win, he wins. He prides himself on designing bold approaches to each client’s challenges; and by helping them find the voice they need to be their own best spokesperson. A Detroit native with lifelong ties to its communities, Jamaine’s relationships and access to grassroots and grasstops leaders alike, allow him to successfully employ the old-school method of talking face-to-face with stakeholders to problem-solving. He believes that simply listening speaks volumes, and the trust created from it speaks louder.
Jamaine has served as a communications and political advisor to numerous mayoral, gubernatorial, congressional and presidential candidates in Detroit and Michigan. He was spokesperson and communications director for the city of Detroit; the youngest and first African American appointed to communications director for the House Democrats of the Michigan Legislature; and served on the transition team of the Detroit Regional Convention Facility Authority (Cobo Hall).