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Juandalynn Givan received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from Miles College and her Doctorate of Juris Prudence from the Miles School of Law. She is the Managing Partner of Givan & Associates Law Firm and That Girl Inc. Most recently she expanded her practice to include governmental relations and program management consulting services. She is a mentor and public speaker and is no stranger to public service.
Upon graduating from Miles, she became a Political Appointee serving as an Administrative Cabinet Member to Birmingham’s first African American Mayor Dr. Richard Arrington Jr., where she was responsible for Capital Projects and Development in the City Center. She also served as HOPE VI Coordinator for the Housing Authority of the Birmingham District HOPE VI Revitalization Projects at Metropolitan Gardens and Tuxedo Court. Juandalynn, also provided political commentary and analysis for the Birmingham View Television which aired on WABM My/68.
Givan practices law and works in the community to improve the quality of life for all citizens.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated, Omicron Omega Chapter
Tri-County Chapter of the Links Incorporated
Museum of Urban Arts Board Member
and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) where she served as the inaugural 2010 For the Love of Learning Masked Gala Chair.
2010 Freshman Legislator of the Year
2014 Legislator of the year
2014 NAACP Woman of the Year
SCLC Woman of the Year for Social Justice
Professional Woman of the Year by the NAACP
Received the Margaret Tucker Humanitarian of the Year Award
Outstanding Legislative Leader Domestic Violence Council
Outstanding Leader Smithfield Estates Neighborhood
Humanitarian of the Year Daniel Payne Middle School Parent Teacher Association
2015 Legislator of the Year for the National Black Caucus of State Legislators
2017 Legislator of the Year by the Alabama Hospitality Association
Executive Committee of the National Black Caucus of State Legislators(NBCSL)
2nd Vice-President, for the National Organization for Black Elected Legislative Women (NOBEL)
Parliamentarian for NOBEL 2015-2017
Honorary Chair NAACP 50 year Civil Rights Commemoration Chair.