Jamison Griffin

Jamison supports Bridge Innovate’s education and nonprofit efforts as a consultant and leadership coach. He is passionate about leadership and comes alive when motivating and inspiring others to pursue a common vision, as well as helping people create and design new and innovative ways of thinking. 

Jamison has spent the past 17 years in public education where he served as a teacher, soccer coach, and building level administrator. In his most recent tenure, Jamison was the principal of a middle school in Dade County, GA, where he led 75 staff members in an effort to educate and love the 500 enrolled students and their families.

Jamison attended Berry College in Rome, GA and Geneva, Switzerland, where he majored in history, religion, and philosophy. He received a Master's in Educational Leadership from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Jamison and his wife, Brennan, have celebrated 12 years of marriage and three children: Hill (8), and Marry Reese and Candler (both 5). He serves on the missions committee for Rock Creek Fellowship in Lookout Mountain, GA, and his hobbies include bird hunting, fly fishing, community development, writing screenplays, and playing guitar for his children.