Women's History Month Interview Series
Introducing JLOSH Sustainer Jamy Barton
Jamy joined JLOSH in 2007 and held various positions during her time as an active member, including supporting the Events Committee and serving on the Board of Directors as VP of Fundraising.
In 2016, Jamy and her twin sister founded 28 Days Project, a nonprofit organization tackling period poverty head-on by providing free menstrual care products to persons in need. Jamy believes the mission of 28 Days Project extends beyond the access it provides; it is about building confidence and creating opportunity for those who menstruate.
In addition to leading 28 Days Project, Jamy works full-time for Amazon Advertising. She lives in Short Hills with her husband and continues to serve as a sustaining member with JLOSH.