Jessica Sandoval, MPA, is the National Campaign Strategist for the Unlock the Box Campaign to End Solitary Confinement at the ACLU's National Prison Project. She is the campaign lead and is responsible for the development and implementation of campaign strategies, provides technical assistance to campaign states, oversees the Jurisdiction-based Campaign fund, and manages the national campaign steering committee. She has 25 years' experience reforming the youth and adult justice systems, she uses her organizing and advocacy expertise to develop and administer strategies and tools to support state campaigns aligned with the mission of the "stop solitary" movement. Prior to joining the Campaign for Youth Justice, Mrs. Sandoval served as the Vice President and Deputy Director of the Campaign for Youth Justice, where she was responsible for organizational strategic planning, including analysis and implementation of priorities, and partnerships. Mrs. Sandoval graduated with a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Colorado at Denver. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services, from Metropolitan State College of Denver where she recently received a distinguished alumni award.
Netroots Nation participation
- Netroots Nation 2019