Dreamers & Seekers of Community Justice.
Activists, Artists, Collaborators, Conveners, Entrepreneurs, Former Government Officials, Lawyers, Organizers, Policy Wonks, Planners, Researchers, Strategists, Teachers.
Healthy Cities Specialist
Sustainability expert, social justice advocate and a Graduate of Dual Masters degree program at the UC Berkeley. More bio.
Economist, planner, software developer, attorney, and educator at UC Berkeley’s Goldman School for Public Policy. More bio.
Dedicated to global learning as a means for creating cultural understanding and internationalizing her outlook on life. More bio.
John Jones III
Community + Political Engagement Director
Father of three, born and raised in East Oakland, formerly incarcerated and uses his personal story to inspire young people. More bio.
Passionate about big change solutions, young people leading change, and people caring about justice and one another. More bio.
Graduate of UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy, focusing on housing and homelessness research. More bio.
Longtime community and health equity leader and co-founder of the Brotherhood of Elders.
Homeless advocate, former Executive Director of Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency.
Co-founder of environmental justice and regional equity movements and organizations including Breakthrough Communities and Urban Habitat.
Social marketing entrepreneur; award-winning spoken word performer, artist, and recording artist; and founder of Lyfe Productives.
Ms. Margaret Gordon
Long-time environmental justice activist, co-founder of the West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project, recipient of President Obama's Champions of Change.