Jamila M. Young
Lawyer/ Ethics Program Coordinator, Moore and Young Legal Solutions/ Wellstar
Jamila Young is a lifelong believer of giving back and an advocate in assisting passionate “goal getters” to achieve their highest aspirations. She works in the ethics department at WellStar Health Systems as the program coordinator and is a partner at Moore and Young Legal Solutions where they focus on serving the ideas, life and legacy of clients in the areas of trademark, copyright and contracts. She has years of experience in health advocacy, a vision to help protect and serve her legal clients and the life goal to leave no stone unturned. She is a public speaker, entrepreneur, and prides herself on always reaching out to help others advance. Prior to her current positions, she served for several years as a health policy and advocacy professional in organizations such as the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Grady Health System, and Georgians For A Healthy Future. Jamila is a native of Albany, Georgia and received her B.A. in English from Kennesaw State University and J.D. from the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University School of Law. As a lifelong learner, she received her LLM in Health Law and Policy at Hofstra University where she focused on end of life care. She is a proud member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She currently serves as president of the Kennesaw State University Black Alumni Society and is on the board of Feminist Women’s Health Center in Atlanta, GA. She is also dedicated to serving her community in the fields of autism, mental and maternal health, and the proud mother of one amazing son, Tre.