Skip to Content

Complete Count Committee for U.S. Census

Mayor Cooper Announces Complete Count Committee for U.S. Census

The Complete Count Committee is comprised of a diverse set of community members, organizations, and entities committed to working together to educate and create awareness about the upcoming Census, as well as the benefits of participating.

Residents should begin to receive communication from the 2020 U.S. Census between the middle of March and early April.

The members of the committee are:

  • Cristina Allen
  • Manuuch Akbari, Tennessee State University
  • Naadzama Ashby, U.S. Census Bureau
  • Cesar Bautista Sanchez, TN Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition
  • Victor Berrios, Tennessee Latin American Chamber of Commerce
  • Eben Cathey, Metro Planning/Codes
  • Yuri Cunza, Nashville Hispanic Chamber
  • Ramon Cisneros, La Campana Newspaper
  • Christopher Conklin, U.S. Census Bureau
  • Felix Castrodad, WeGo Transit
  • Judy Cummings, New Covenant Christian Church
  • Kamel Daouk, Islamic Center
  • Shoreh Daraei, Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Ruben Depena, MNPS
  • Kim Drake
  • Mark Eatherly, Metro Human Relations Commission
  • Rashed Fakruddin, Islamic Center
  • Jacquelyn Favours, Meharry-Vanderbilt
  • Delfine Fox, Tennessee Latin American Chamber of Commerce
  • Jacky Gomez, Ausrion
  • Santos Gonzalez, El Jefe Radio
  • Bill Greene, U.S. Census Bureau
  • Clifton Harris, Urban League of Middle Tennessee
  • Jim Hawk, Neighbor2Neighbor
  • Katharine Heriges
  • Bernadette Hugan, Metro Public Library
  • Claudia Humphrey, MNPS
  • Walter Hunt, District 3
  • June Iljana, U.S. Census Bureau
  • Cara Ince, Congressman Jim Cooper
  • Chris Jackson, IMF
  • Silvia Jones, U.S. Census Bureau
  • Katie Lentile, Mayor’s Office
  • Kevin Mckenzie, MNPS
  • Patrick Kearney, Nashville International Center for Empowerment
  • Christie Kleinmann, Belmont University
  • Grant Mathis, Mayor’s Office
  • Kenya McGruder
  • Sabina Mohyuddin, Mayor’s Office
  • James Morgan, Belmont University
  • Berthena Nabaa-McKinney, Islamic Center
  • Rocky Perez, Buntin Group
  • Matia Powell, Civic TN
  • RJ Robles, Nashville Cares
  • Hannah Schaefer, WeGo Transit
  • Sandra Sepulveda, District 30
  • Juma Shaibu, New American Council
  • Martha Silva, Conexion Americas
  • Ginny Welsh, District 16
  • Mariah Williams, Meharry/Equity Alliance
  • Elean Whitlow, U.S. Census Bureau

Subcommittee Chairperson:

  • Dr. Chris Jackson
  • Walter Hunt
  • Jim Hawk
  • Councilwoman Ginny Welsch
  • Martha Weare Myers Jones

For every person that the committee undercounts, Davidson County will lose $1,091 per year. Data collected in the 2020 Census will help inform decision makers on how Nashville is changing and how federal funding should be distributed.

Population totals from the 2020 Census will also help determine the number of seats each state has in the House of Representatives. Additional facts about the 2020 Decennial Census can be found by visiting the US Census Bureau’s website.

The 2020 Census is still hiring. They pay between $23.50 per hour in Davidson County depending on your home address. You are paid weekly and receive mileage reimbursement of $ 0.58 per mile.

To apply go to 2020census.gov/jobs.