Speaker Profile

Jasmine Rivera

Civic Engagement Director
Pennsylvania Voice

Jasmine Rivera is the Director of Civic Engagement of Pennsylvania Voice and has been community organizing in the Philadelphia area for the last ten years. She originally joined the state table as the Data and Targeting Manager in 2016. Originally from Chicago, she grew up primarily in Arizona and became involved in social justice movements at a young age. She then studied at Sarah Lawrence College concentrating in history, economics and politics. She has organized with students in Camden and with the Black and Latinx community in the Philadelphia area on a variety of issue campaigns, playing a lead role in the passage of Philadelphia’s Paid Sick Time law and Sanctuary City policy. Now, as the Director of Civic Engagement, the state c3 table, she utilizes her organizing background to support c3 organizations across the state in their integrated voter engagement programming by providing data driven advice, high-level targeting suggestions and post-program analysis. As the Director she helps table partners run programming that increases civic engagement for members of the New American Majority, remove barriers to voting access, ensure representation, win on issue campaigns and to achieve racial equity in the progressive community and statewide.

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