Jayme Majdi

Executive Assistant & Project Coordinator

Jayme Rosandich Majdi is project coordinator and executive assistant to the president at the Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy. She is responsible for supporting the organization's leadership, including managing operations and aligning the organization's priorities with the President's.

Before joining Rainey Center in 2021, she held various roles in the policy and political world. Majdi worked in the House of Representatives from 2010 to 2013, where she served most recently as a legislative aide to former Congressman and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. While there, she worked to pass a House Resolution to establish a National Day of Recognition for Special Needs Children. Animal rights was a part of her legislative portfolio and became an issue she is passionate about after successfully passing a provision to prevent horse slaughter in America. She also worked in the front office for the Washington Commanders as an assistant to the previous team owner, Daniel M. Snyder.

Majdi received a Bachelor of Arts in art history from the University of South Alabama. She resides in West Virginia's Harpers Ferry National Park with her husband, Pasha, and three children.