After he received his bachelor's degree from Loyola University Maryland, Jamaal moved from Baltimore to Florida to pursue a law degree at Nova Southeastern University. He worked for several law firms in the Miami area before he founded his own firm, Jones Health Law, in 2016 to provide health and business law legal services to health care professionals in South and Central Florida. Inspired through service as a student at Loyola, he is involved with Big Brothers and Sisters in his own community and serves at Habitat for Humanity of Greater Miami.
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I took an African history class as an elective, and Dr. Schmidt's passion for African history invigorated me in such a way that I decided to pursue it as a minor. Her courses really opened my eyes to so much history that I was unaware of and provided me with a sense of self-worth that was previously missing. I am so grateful to her for that, because I am able to feel that connection to such a distant place that is a part of my heritage.
This 2006 grad fuses her art history degree with contemporary style to bring spaces and food to life
1988 graduate works for change in Baltimore City through political career
The senior Vice President of Pop Promotion at Columbia Records brings his Jesuit education to the entertainment industry