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Jasmine Burney-Clark, is a civic engagement professional who has dedicated her personal and professional career to social and electoral justice across the state of Florida. She’s the Founder of Equal Ground Education Fund and Action Fund, Florida's preeminent Black-led community centered civic engagement organization prioritizing voter registration, education and turnout.
Her work in Florida and Equal Ground has been featured on CNN and MSNBC and in the Washington Post and New York Times. She is highly sought after to empower and engage Black folks in social and civic engagement campaigns that directly impact their lives and the generations that follow.
She has worked to expand equal access to the ballot box on behalf many Floridians. In her previous work, she was a Senior Advisor to the NAACP(National), Geraldine Thompson for Senate, NextGen Climate, Supreme Court Judicial Retention and Executive Director of the Florida 501c3 Civic Engagement Table where she advanced work by coordinating half a million voter registrants and raising millions of dollars to support statewide coordinated civic engagement programs that center BIPOC communities.
She's a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., Kappa Sigma Omega Chapter of Sanford, FL, a member of the Experience Christian Center and resides in Ocoee, FL with her husband Dominic.
Orlando Magic Diversity Game Changer(Orlando Magic)
Champion for Civic Engagement(Alpha Kappa Alpha)
Journey Award(The Experience Christian Center)
Florida Classic Making a Difference through Service(Bakari Burns, City Commission District 6)
Most Influential Women in Florida List(City and State Magazine)
Power 100 List(City and State Magazine)
Meet the team.
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