Jamille Smith is a Production Supervisor that accomplishes manufacturing staff results by communicating job expectations; planning, monitoring, and appraising job results; coaching, training, and counseling employees; as well as initiating, coordinating and enforcing systems, policies, and procedures. Jamille is a proud Cardinal and graduate of Shaw High School with a great love for the game of basketball. He attended Community College of Beaver County in Pennsylvania and Kent State University.
Jamille Smith is a Spoken Word Performing Arts Poet. Before meeting his wife Dominicque, becoming co-CEO of LOVETIES LLC and one half of LOVETIES, Jamille had been writing poetry since high school. He performs creative expression of language through poetry performances both locally and abroad. He also embodies the talent of a hip hop artist as well. Mr. Smith opened a show for internationally known jazz artist Najee and was a keynote speaker for the 2017 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Observance Program for the City of Cleveland; as well as opened for nationally known poet Saul Williams. Jamille was welcomed as a guest performer at Ursuline College for the Department of Diversity and Inclusion, The National Urban League, and The House of Blues Cleveland. Mr. Smith was a radio host weekly on Monday's with the CSE Posse and a part of the creative artists group A'CREW (Artists Creatively Recognizing Everyone's Worth) Jamille’s been featured on multiple music projects of local artists, radio shows, plays, fashion shows, and written novels. Jamille and his wife were awarded Poet of the Year at the 2019 Legend Awards, Best Poetry Group and Best Feature of the Year in 2021 for the Ohio Poetry Awards. LoveTies also was featured in Who's Who in Black Cleveland. Jamille is also a mentor to teens, young male adults and up and coming poets.