Jamie is the Administrative Assistant at Wells Fargo Bank for both the Wichita Falls and Johnson County districts. After receiving her degree in Psychology, she intended to begin work with underprivileged children. That line of work, however, proved to be too heavy on her heart and she started working for Wells Fargo where she could help people daily with their finances. She and husband Chad have been married for almost fourteen years and have two children, Reid (11) and Reece (9). Jamie’s grandmother owned a dance studio, so dancing has long been a part of her life.
Jaime is the PTO President at Ben Milam elementary school where she volunteers most of her spare time. She’s also involved with Habitat for Humanity and other non-profits.
Why say yes to DFTS?“I enjoy helping others, and I grew up dancing so I figured, Why not? I have always wanted to be a celebrity.” “I love kids, and I think BBBS is an amazing organization that our community needs to provide so many kids a strong foundation and friendship through mentors.” “I also believe in small business in our community and believe that SBDC is very much needed. SBDC has helped so many small businesses get up and running successfully.”
Seigen is an inventory manager at Patterson Honda and a librarian at Vernon College. Growing up, he had dreams of becoming the first black president, but he wasn’t quick enough. From time to time you can find Siegen letting loose at Krank It Karaoke with his wife. He grew up as a military brat and considers himself a wrestling fan and a dancing machine. Siegen gives back to the community by advising and helping students with their schoolwork and by volunteering at the Wichita Theatre. He’s excited about performing in DFTS and is trying to be an example and a mentor to the youth in Wichita Falls. “I believe the new generation is so important to our future, and I’m hopefully doing my part to help guide them along the way!