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Michael Wylie Jacobs

public affairs officer

Michael Wylie Jacobs, American public affairs officer. Recipient Outstanding Young Alumni award University Tennessee, 1991. Assistant press secretary Bates for Congress, Jackson, 1975; member Civitan Club, Tupelo, Mississippi, 1984-1985; press secretary Feed the Homeless Campaign, Rockville, 1991. Member National Association Government Communications (treasurer 1992, exhibits chairman 1992, secretary 1993, board directors since 1994).

Background

Jacobs, Michael Wylie was born on June 21, 1955 in Jackson, Tennessee, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Tennessee, 1977. Dale Carnegie course, Jackson, Tennessee, 1978.

Career

Communications specialist Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville, 1977-1989. Public affairs manager Federal Aviation Administration, Atlantic City, 1989-1990, Internal Revenue Service, Newark, 1990-1991. Public affairs officer Indian Health Service, Rockville, Maryland, 1991-1995, United States Department Energy, Cincinnati, since 1995.

Consultant public relations Railstar Technology, Inc., Merrimack, New Hampshire, 1990.

Religion

During the second coming of Christ, the God will sit in judgment and divide humanity between the saved and the lost and will sit in judgment of the believers, rewarding them for things done while alive.

Views

Spiritual support, encouragement and challenge should be major strengths of a Christian community.

Membership

Assistant press secretary Bates for Congress, Jackson, 1975. Member Civitan Club, Tupelo, Mississippi, 1984-1985. Press secretary Feed the Homeless Campaign, Rockville, 1991.

Member National Association Government Communications (treasurer 1992, exhibits chairman 1992, secretary 1993, board directors since 1994).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, body building, hunting, international traveling.

Connections

Son of Luther Brooks (deceased) and Hazel Dean (Wylie) J.

father:
Luther Brooks Jacobs

Politics

All Christians should fulfill their God-given responsibility to engage in the public life of the nation.