Jill Homan is a proud Republican, who has been working tirelessly to expand the party in the District of Columbia as the Republican National Committeewoman for DC.
Jill worked on Capitol Hill for former Congressman Bob Ehrlich as his press secretary and legislative assistant. After her time on Capitol Hill, Jill went on to earn a Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Policy degrees from Duke University, with a focus on finance and authoring a thesis on urban revitalization.
A small business owner, Jill is the co-founder and principal of Javelin 19 Investments, a metro-Washington, DC based real estate investment and development company with approximately $145 million in projects and transactions since its founding in 2011.
Jill was re-elected as the Republican National Committeewoman for the District of Columbia in 2016. She also serves on the Republican National Committee’s Executive Committee, was just elected to the eight-member 2020 Republican National Convention Site Selection Committee, and formerly served on the 2016 Republican National Convention Site Selection Committee. Jill was first elected Republican National Committeewoman for DC in 2012 winning a contested citywide race on the Republican ballot. She ran a grassroots campaign with a significant door to door, phone calling, fundraising, and volunteer efforts.
Jill launched and runs CityGOP, a national organization to advocate for more investment in urban and suburban GOPs. (City.GOP)