Most Valuable Kids, National Director and Vice President of Development
Jamie Perry

Jamie Sherman Perry comes to Most Valuable Kids with an extensive background in working with children with disabilities, as well as non-profit fundraising. After several direct service positions including one-on-one behavioral therapy, Jamie worked for The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington as a campaign associate in the Community Link and Young Leadership Divisions. While at the Federation, Jamie was responsible for raising over $1.5 million a year, as well as coordinating the mass campaign pushes and several board driven committees. After working at non-profit organizations, Jamie took her hard work and drive to National City Mortgage where she created and developed marketing pieces, and assisted in the sales of hundreds of loans during her time with the company. Before taking the position of National Director and most recently, VP of Development, Jamie was Executive Director of the DC Chapter of Most Valuable Kids.

Jamie graduated from the University of Wisconsin in Madison with a BS in Child and Family Studies and lives in Potomac, Maryland with her husband Kevin and their two children.


Most Valuable Kids DC, Program Director
Rachel Southall

Rachel Southall joins Most Valuable Kids as the Program Manager of Washington D.C. Rachel's professional background includes sports marketing, event management and ticketing. Rachel graduated from the University of Virginia with a BA in African-American Studies and has her Master's Degree in Sports Industry Management from Georgetown University. She currently resides in Washington, D.C. and is the head coach of the American University Dance Team. Most Valuable Kids provides an opportunity for Rachel to engage her passion for sports while mproving the the lives of children in Washington, D.C.