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Leo Zambrano is the Northern California State Program Associate for the Community Justice Leaders Project (CJL) — an engagement with AmeriCorps that connects formerly system-involved youths to become leaders in their communities through development opportunities and case management training. In this role, he maintains grant compliance and provides administrative and technical support for CJL members throughout the service year.

While originally pursuing a career in STEM, the events leading up to the 2016 election inspired Leo to pursue a career in the social justice space, landing a policy fellowship with San Francisco’s 9th District’s Supervisor and a research position with the Human Rights Center at Berkeley Law. Following short stints in law and philanthropy, Leo wanted a position with an organization focused on reinventing what is possible and that focused on direct involvement with the communities served, leading him straight to Impact Justice and the CJL program.

Leo obtained a bachelors in neurobiology with an emphasis on public health from UC Berkeley as well as associates degrees in mathematics, chemistry, and biology from El Camino College.

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