Meet the Youngest Member of House in Mississippi : Rep Jeramey Anderson

Jeramey Anderson is a Democratic member of the Mississippi House of Representatives, for District 110. He was first elected to the chamber in a special election on November 5, 2013. When Anderson won his seat in the Mississippi House of Representatives in November 2013 at age 21, he became the youngest elected leader to the Mississippi Legislature and the youngest African American elected to a legislature in the United States history.

Did you know that at the age of 16, he founded a non-profit organization known as the Foundation for a Brighter America, dedicated to the mentoring of young boys ages 11-18 which he now serves as the Programs Executive Director.

His life ambition and mission is to make sure he “Empowers young males to reach their highest potential” and “Inspire young people to believe in education in order to succeed in life.”

Bravo Anderson bravo. We are totally in support of your achievement and we don’t see you stopping soon. Great things to come.

We are still in search for young and pacesetters like Rep Anderson who aren’t afraid to be the change. Do you know anyone who is doing something similar or even greater? Why don’t you nominate them here today

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