Jamie Hall - President

Jamie Hall joined the Jamestown Business Association as a member in 2016. She was elected as Vice-President in 2019 and served as such until 2021. She was then elected JBA President for the current year. Jamie is a Jamestown native and graduated from Ragsdale High School in 1982. She received her Cosmetology License in 1984 after attending Leon’s Beauty College and has been in the beauty industry ever since. Jamie owns and operates Emerge Skin Studio at 101 Gannaway St. Ste. 2.
Jamie’s husband George is also a Jamestown native. She has a daughter Angela, who is following in her mothers footsteps as a licensed cosmetologist. She has a step daughter Hensley and 3 step sons Tyler, Logan and Will. Jamie is a member of First Christian Church of High Point and sings in the Worship Band. She likes giving used furniture new life, sewing, crafting and loves life!
She loves her hometown and is looking forward to helping the businesses and residents work together to keep Jamestown the best town in NC!

Victoria Jones - Vice President

Under Pressure is owned and operated by Jamestown resident, Victoria
Jones. Victoria, 24, is a licensed massage therapist trained at Kneaded
Energy in Greensboro with over 600 credit hours under her belt. Victoria
has lived in the Jamestown/Adams Farm area most of her life and prides
herself on being an active member in her community.
2021, Victoria battled brain cancer and lost an exceptional percentage
of her eyesight. However, that was only the start of a new journey.
Victoria is always upbeat, joyful, and positive. Her resilience is what
brought life to her new found career. Her mission is to help as many as
she can in any way she can.

Bob Callicutt - Treasurer

Bob Callicutt, 54, joined the Jamestown Business Association as a member in 2021 and was elected as Treasurer in 2021 and 2022. Callicutt, a Davidson County native and graduate of Ledford High School, is the Branch Manager and Consumer & Small Business Banker for Carter Bank & Trust on West Gate City Boulevard at Adams Farm.

Callicutt earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from UNC-Greensboro in 1990, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from High Point University in 2000. Callicutt worked in the advertising field for the High Point Enterprise and the Greensboro News & Record newspapers, earning 8 North Carolina Press Association Awards for advertising design. He changed careers in 1999  to work in the financial services industry, and has been in the retail and commercial banking field for the past 23 years.

Callicutt is a former Thomasville City Councilman and was, at one time, the youngest person ever elected in the City’s history. He has served as a member of several Boards of Directors, including the United Way of Davidson County, the Davidson County Education Foundation, The Life Center of Davidson County, Davidson County Community Action, the Lexington Chamber of Commerce, the Ledford Senior High School Advisory Board, the Ledford Band Boosters, and the Palladium Area Merchants Association. Callicutt is currently a member of the Jamestown Rotary Club.  

Bob’s wife, Beverly, is a Speech Language Pathologist with Piedmont Crossing Retirement Community of Thomasville. They live on the Davidson County side of High Point and have two daughters, Aimee, a Clinical Counselor and masters graduate of East Carolina University, and Morgan, who is currently a freshman at UNC-Charlotte.  

In his spare time, Bob enjoys the marching arts, playing the trumpet, and writing music. In 2011 and 2012, he was a performer with the Carolina Gold Drum and Bugle Corps who were awarded the National Championship in Class A performance at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium in Annapolis, MD in 2012.

Emily Wagoner - Secretary

Emily Wagoner serves as secretary for the JBA for the 2023 year. She moved to Jamestown as a young child in the mid-1980s and went to school and college here and has remained a valuable citizen and likes to encourage supporting local businesses. She now lives in High Point after residing in Greensboro for five years. She works for Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Health system and at Sammy G’s Tavern in High Point. She is also secretary of the Jamestown Friends of the Library, serves as publicity chair for the Jamestown Historic Society, a director for the High Point Jaycees chapter and serves on the boards of the Hamil-Kerr Challenge, a non-profit for Parkinson’s and on the medical assisting advisory board at GTCC. She enjoys theater, wineries and antique shopping.