Client Engagement Report 2018
Jamila is currently working at the Presbyterian Church (USA), Office of Public Witness. They are helping build leadership capacity amongst grassroots leaders in congregations across seven states to strengthen the movement infrastructures in their respective and local communities. In addition, Jamila will support the local Poor People’s Campaign movement.
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Publication tags: Field Reports - Monitoring and Evaluation - Service Providers
Originally from Los Angeles, California, Jamila graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a combined degree in LGBT studies, Latin American studies, and sociology. While at Berkeley, Jamila proudly served as the co-director for Project Pueblo, an organization that aided local communities in the Bennett Freeze region of the Diné Reservation in implementing sustainable infrastructure projects. They also interned at the UC Gill Tract Community Farm, a community-managed food system attempting to address food insecurity among both students and community members. Since graduating, Jamila has focused much of their efforts in mentoring high school youth, most recently as a Sisters of South Los Angeles (SoSLA) mentor and Student Success Agency (SSA) agent.
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