Jamecca Marshall serves as the Director of Community Reflections where she oversees, designs, and administers all of Community Reflections services, programs, and policy efforts.
A native of Los Angeles, Jamecca has worked her entire career toward social justice and equity for the Black and Brown communities across America. Her unique expertise centers around authentic, community-led capacity development, multi sector partnerships, and community trauma prevention.
Previously, Jamecca served as Program Manager at Prevention Institute, leading its California Approach to Trauma Prevention, as well as supported the work of the Advancement Project CA as the Urban Peace Policy Manager.
Those roles encompassed policy, advocacy, research, technical assistance, program and curriculum development, and the development of organizational frameworks and policy strategies. Much of her practical expertise was honed in South Los Angeles and Watts (where her heart is always.)
Ms. Marshall received her BA from Stanford University, with a specialization in Race and Ethnicity and a dual Masters of Public Policy and Masters of History from The George Washington University.