Jacqueline Uranga is working with the Partnership as a Peggy Browning summer fellow. Jacqueline is from the East Bay Area, but she currently studies at NYU Law as a Root-Tilden-Kern public interest scholar. She has been highly involved with law school organizations and the surrounding community as a Litigation Director for the Unemployment Action Center and a Co-Chair of RISE Indivisible. Prior to law school, Jacqueline worked on both internal and external organizing campaigns for Service Employees International Union and also supported impact litigation as a litigation assistant for Disability Rights Advocates.
The Leadership of The Partnership and the Affiliates