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Welcome To Bakersfield
Mailing Address:

City of Bakersfield
Attn: (Councilmember)
1600 Truxtun Avenue
Bakersfield, CA 93301

Mayor Phones:
Office: 661-326-3770
Fax: 661-852-2035

Council Phones:
Office: 661-326-3767
Fax: 661-323-3780

E-mail Mayor Harvey L. Hall:
Mayor@bakersfieldcity.us

E-mail City Council Members: City_Council@bakersfieldcity.us

 


JACQUIE SULLIVAN
Jacquie Sullivan

Jacquie Sullivan
Councilmember
Ward 6

Term Expires: 
November, 2016

Office: 661-834-4943
Residence: 661-834-4943

Fax: 661-323-3780

 

Community Service

Current Service:

Bakersfield City Councilmember, Ward 6
Elected June 1995

City Council Committees:
Community Services Committee, Chair

Legislative and Litigation Committee
Safe Neighborhoods and Community Relations

In God We Trust America - Founder and President

Republican Party (County, State, National)
Kern County Republican Central Committee, Elected Member

Salvation Army - Advisory Council

Bakersfield Rescue Mission - Executive Board
Bakersfield Republican Women, Federated
League of Women Voters

Member of Daybreak Baptist Church

Bakersfield Christian Womens' Network

Bakersfield AIDS Project - Board Member and Volunteer Speaker

Just Say "NO" to Drugs - Volunteer Speaker

Kern County Student Leadership
Project Clean Air
Youth for Christ
Link for Life

Past Service:
Personnel Committee

Leadership Bakersfield Class of 2000

Professional Background

Jacquie Sullivan is a licensed realtor and has been in the real estate business since 1979. She is employed by Roberson Real Estate and also manages her personally owned income rental property business..

Professional Affiliations

Bakersfield Association of Realtors

Kern County Income Property Association

Personal

Jacquie was born in Bakersfield and is the mother of four children. In addition to her involvement in political office and real estate, she defines herself as a committed activist for AIDS education and awareness and child protection and wellness. Her motivation stems from the tragic AIDS-related death of her daughter, Joyce, in 1993. She is a frequent speaker at youth and civic groups in her efforts to promote AIDS prevention and awareness.

In 2002, the Bakersfield City Council voted in favor of proudly and prominently displaying the national motto of the United States of America, "In God We Trust", in the City Council Chambers.  Jacquie Sullivan was the lead councilmember in this effort, and she considers it to be her most important accomplishment since she has been in elected office. 

In 2004, Councilmember Sullivan organized "In God We Trust - America", a non-profit organization.  The goal is to encourage other cities across America to follow Bakersfield's lead..