Jocelyn McMurray, retired from ATOS as a technical Program/Project Manager supporting international IT outsourcing programs for Global Clients. Jocelyn was born and raised in Detroit Michigan. Working for a National Commercial Bank, for over 20 years, she was relocated to Dallas, Texas 25 years ago to manage and grow the IT infrastructure of the Texas Affiliate to expand its footprint allowing it to become a major presence in Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston.
Jocelyn is an active golfer and has organized and belonged to numerous Golf Associations that support Black Women in Golf. She also devotes time supporting Denton County, politically. She has been a poll worker, a voter registrar for Denton, Dallas and Collin Counties, Precinct Chair in Denton County and currently an Alternate Judge on the Denton County Elections, Voter Board since 2017.
Jocelyn has worked to form the Black Women Community Power, of Denton County, that has worked on numerous projects that support voter registration, voter education and community empowerment for municipal elections.
Jocelyn is a current member of the Denton County Democratic Party, NAACP, Texas Coalition of Black Democrats and a founding member of Women of Color, WOC. Her passion is to be a part of strategic, strong and aggressive teams that work toward voter rights and education.