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Jessica Baxley (she/her)

Jessica Baxley is an Arizona community organizer conducting the recruiting and training events needed to prepare volunteers to convey the importance of women voters, especially those of color, when it comes to applying positive, fair, or equity based solutions to the laws, initiatives, and funding choices impacting their households and their communities. In addition, she strives to create space for new voices by identifying, building confidence in, and helping to elevate potential leaders, organizers, or office holders to further the goal of nothing about us without us. Her first action was phone banking in Seattle for the Obama/Biden campaign in 2008 which built  her the confidence to advocate and lobby for behavioral health funding
at the state capital. Since moving to Arizona in 2019, she has volunteered for the Biden/Harris and Mark Kelly campaigns and have both volunteered, and worked for Living United in Arizona LUCHA) and Arizona Center for Empowerment (ACE).  She is a photography and nature buff and can often be found chasing monsoonal storms or capturing shots of lightning bolts, landscapes, and cloud formations.