The Hocking County Board of Developmental Disabilities welcomes Jamie Mays to the Board as of July 1st. Jamie was appointed to fulfill the unexpired term of Corey Spackey who resigned in June. Jamie was born in Hocking County and has lived here all of her life. She graduated from Logan High School in 1997 and graduated from Hocking College in 1999 with an associates in Human Services and Corrections. Mays then completed her bachelor’s at Ohio University in Criminal Justice in 2002. Last December Jamie completed her Master degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Cincinnati and also has LCDC-III licensure through the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board. Mays has been employed at Athens County Children Services as an intake investigator since 2013. Prior to joining ACCS she worked with the Hocking County Drug Court for 10 years. She has two boys Jenson and Jarett Wallace. Jenson is a sophomore at Ohio University and Jarett is an 8th grader at Logan-Hocking Middle School. In her spare time she enjoys horseback riding. Jamie said “I look forward to the opportunity to give back to this great community through my service on the board and look forward to aiding the children of Hocking County”.