Deputy Director, Ohio House Democratic Caucus
Jeniece LaTrece Brock was born and raised in Akron, Ohio and is currently the Deputy Director of the Ohio House Democratic Caucus. She is an advocate for the design and enactment of policies that improve and protect the well-being of underserved communities, and previously worked for Minority Behavioral Health Group to address health disparities in Summit County. She earned a masters’ degree in Health Sciences with an emphasis on Urban Health and Healthcare Administration from Cleveland State University. In 2015, Jeniece was the first African-American woman elected as President of the Summit County Young Democrats where she served two terms. She received the 2019 Young Democrats of the Year Award from the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus in recognition of her leadership, activism, and management of local and state campaigns. Jeniece serves as the Chair of the Campaigns Committee for the Young Democrats of America, Vice President of Membership for the Ohio Young Black Democrats, Secretary for the Ohio Young Democrats, and Campaigns Committee member for the Summit County Progressive Democrats. Jeniece is an Executive Board Member of the Women’s Ministry at her home church, Mount Calvary Baptist Church, and actively works with public servants, faith leaders, local residents, and non-profits to develop programs that benefit all members of the community.