Jessica Jinn

Asian Americans Advancing Justice | Los Angeles.
Jessica Jinn is the Communications Director at Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles, the nation’s largest civil rights organization fighting for Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders. In her role, she plans and executes digital campaigns and strategies to uplift the organization’s policy and litigation work. Prior to this role, Jessica worked in the clean energy sector, planning and creating policies for cities to adopt clean transportation solutions. She collaborated with local and state governments in a variety of clean transportation projects, ranging from siting electric vehicle charging stations to creating policy best practices for cities to prepare for electric vehicles. During this time, she also strengthened her sense of environmental justice and helped develop an outreach and education program for disadvantaged communities to learn about innovative state programs that lower the cost of clean vehicles. Jessica grew up in the suburbs of Los Angeles (in the San Gabriel Valley!) but only moved back to LA as an adult last year. She has a bachelor’s degree from New York University and a master’s degree in international economics from University of California, San Diego. She is a new volunteer with 826LA and a local Sierra Club chapter. When she isn’t working, she likes to draw, work on crossword puzzles, bake, and hang out with her dog.

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