Ja'Mal Green

About Me

The Neighborhood Voice. Dad, Social entrepreneur, civil rights advocate, & political strategist. Youngest person to ever run for mayor of Chicago.

Ja’Mal was also called by Senator Bernie Sanders to be an official surrogate for his 2016 & 2020 presidential campaigns. He traveled across the country giving commanding speeches in support of Medicare For All, The Green New Deal, A Higher Minimum Wage, Cannabis Legalization, And Student Loan Debt Cancellation. Green has become one of the most popular progressives in the country who has always been consistent in journey.

Ja’Mal continues to be a consistent champion for the most vulnerable residents in order to create a unified Chicago. As the founder of Majostee Allstars, a nonprofit with the mission of empowering marginalized youth and encouraging self-improvement through training, mentoring, and guidance, his passion for fostering youth leadership and outreach has made him a trusted and respected figure amongst many of Chicago’s adolescents. Majostee Allstars has current plans to build an 80,000 square foot youth center in Auburn Gresham.

A social entrepreneur and current political candidate, Ja’Mal has evolved tremendously, and so has his advocacy for increasing positive outcomes within the city of Chicago. His investment portfolio includes Real Estate as a licensed broker, Solar Panel installation company, a spa among others. Since 2010 he has created hundreds of job opportunities through his investments and support. He believes that creating generational wealth is one of the keys to ending poverty, violence, and inequities within the city. Without the fancy title, Ja’Mal’s impact has been felt all over the country.

motivational speaker

He is also a motivational speaker (most notably being a handpicked surrogate for Bernie Sanders during the 2016 & 2020 elections.) He is also a mentor whose outreach and youth group, Majostee Allstars, has made him a trusted and respected figure amongst Chicago’s youth.

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Media figure

A popular media figure, Green is a frequent panelist on CNN, MSNBC, FOX News, ABC, CBS, and BBC, and has amassed thousands of followers through his growing social network. In April of 2018, Ja’Mal announced his run for mayor of Chicago making him the youngest to ever do so. After withdrawing from the race and supporting current mayor Lightfoot, Ja’Mal started a new radio show his company owns entitled Ja’Mal Green Speaks which aired on 106.3FM every Sunday at 4pm before the pandemic changed the industry.

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Ja’Mal Green has always been on the right side of the truth, taking action and getting results.

Ja’Mal was also called by Senator Bernie Sanders to be an official surrogate for his 2016 & 2020 presidential campaigns. He traveled across the country giving commanding speeches in support of Medicare For All, The Green New Deal, A Higher Minimum Wage, Cannabis Legalization, And Student Loan Debt Cancellation. Green has become one of the most popular progressives in the country who has always been consistent in journey.

Ja’Mal continues to be a consistent champion for the most vulnerable residents in order to create a unified Chicago. As the founder of Majostee Allstars, a nonprofit with the mission of empowering marginalized youth and encouraging self-improvement through training, mentoring, and guidance, his passion for fostering youth leadership and outreach has made him a trusted and respected figure amongst many of Chicago’s adolescents. Majostee Allstars has current plans to build an 80,000 square foot youth center in Auburn Gresham.

A social entrepreneur and current political candidate, Ja’Mal has evolved tremendously, and so has his advocacy for increasing positive outcomes within the city of Chicago. His investment portfolio includes Real Estate as a licensed broker, Solar Panel installation company, a spa among others. Since 2010 he has created hundreds of job opportunities through his investments and support. He believes that creating generational wealth is one of the keys to ending poverty, violence, and inequities within the city. Without the fancy title, Ja’Mal’s impact has been felt all over the country.