Jameca Patrick Singleton is the director of Children, Families and Education for MiHIA which includes the major focus and serving as the project leader for the Maternal Child Health and Well-being Initiative (MCHWI).

Previously she worked as the lead consultant for Granting Success, helping to build the capacity of non-profits and socially active businesses.

She is also the former chief recovery officer for the City of Flint. In this role she worked to maximize the involvement of Flint residents in the recovery and rebuilding of the Flint water infrastructure and recovery support services.

Prior to the City of Flint, she worked as the director of Coalition Building Programs for Metro Community Development and the Coordinator for the Flint/Genesee Continuum of Care. She has also worked as an adjunct faculty member for University of Michigan- Flint and Baker College where she taught Social Work and Human Service disciplines.

Being a teenaged mother fueled her passion to try and change her community for the better. That passion, as well as her love for people has resulted in Jameca spending her career working in the community.

She studied social work both at Mott Community College and the University of Michigan. She holds a Masters of Social Work degree with a concentration in Organizational and Community Practice from Michigan State University.

Jameca sits on several boards and committees working towards creating and sustaining stable communities, including serving as the current chairperson of the City of Flint Human Relations Commission.

She is a lifelong resident of the City of Flint, a proud mother of two and grandmother to seven children.