Katie O’Neill

Katie O’Neill joins the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of San Francisco team after graduating from the University of Cambridge with an MPhil in Development Studies. She has previously interned …

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Nicole Ubinas

Nicole’s work is deeply rooted in a commitment to advancing racial and economic justice and empowering poor and working-class people, immigrants, and communities of color. Prior to joining Lawyers’ Committee for Civil …

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Bismah Jaffer

Bismah Jaffer joined Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights in February 2022 as a Staff Attorney on the Economic Justice team. She is committed to a career in social and racial …

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Victoria Petty

Victoria Petty joined the Immigrant Justice Team as a Fellow, where she will advance our efforts to hold the federal government accountable for family separation. Victoria is from Houston, a graduate of Howard …

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Ana Vargas Lau

Ana Vargas Lau joined Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights in October 2020. Before joining LCCRSF, Ana worked with immigrant owned cooperatives to help them access resources and opportunities to build …

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Jassmin Poyaoan, Esq.

Jassmin Poyaoan is a Program Director in the Economic Justice team. Prior to joining LCCRSF, Jassmin was a Clinical Instructor and Director of the Community Economic Justice unit at the …

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Charlene Valentin

Prior to LCCRSF, Charlene worked in operations and HR roles in multiple industries (retail and manufacturing) and started working in the nonprofit industry right before COVID. She served as the …

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Nancy Shaw

Nancy Shaw brings a wealth of behind-the-scenes nonprofit management experience and commitment to social change work to LCCR. Most recently, she served as Managing Director of Wilderness Torah, overseeing finance, …

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Mark Conley-Buchsieb

Mark joined the LCCRSF team in December 2018. He’s committed to working alongside community members, individual donors and institutional partners in mobilizing resources to end deep and pervasive racism and …

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