Our Staff


Aarti Kohli

Executive Director

Adria Orr

Senior Project Coordinator, Voting Rights & Census

An Le

2020 Census Statewide Network Manager

Angela Chan

Policy Director and Senior Staff Attorney, Criminal Justice Reform

Anoop Prasad

Senior Staff Attorney, Immigrant Rights

Audee Kochiyama-Holman

Director of Alumni Relations

Carolyn Ho

Grants Manager

Casey Tran

Development Coordinator

Christopher Chin

Community Advocate, Voting Rights

Fatima Ladha

Community Advocate, National Security and Civil Rights

Fay Li

Director of Finance and Administration

Flora Kuang

Senior Community Advocate, Housing Rights

Glenn Katon

Litigation Director

Irma Aronce

Grants and Administrative Manager

Jacob Smith Yang

Director of Human Resources and Administration

Javeria Jamil

Staff Attorney, National Security and Civil Rights

Jenny Zhao

Litigation Staff Attorney

Julia Marks

Staff Attorney, Voting Rights and Census

Justin Javier

Executive Assistant

Kevin Lo

Staff Attorney, Immigrant Rights

Kora Thao

Legal Administrative Coordinator

Lily Wang

Deputy Director

Liza Chu

California Policy Manager, Advancing Justice - CA

Lolita Fernandes

Housing Rights Program Manager and Staff Attorney

Marady Chhim

Community Advocate, Immigrant Rights

Melanie Kim

Staff Attorney, Criminal Justice Reform

Mohamed Taleb

Community Advocate, National Security and Civil Rights

Monica Ramsy

Litigation Fellow, Immigrant Rights

Nashwah Akhtar

Digital Communications Associate

Ny Nourn

Community Advocate, Immigrant Rights

Palyn Hung

Staff Attorney, Workers' Rights

Paul Ocampo

Development Director

Sabrina Chin

Director of Communications

Sarah Lee

Community Advocate, Criminal Justice Reform

So Young Lee

Staff Attorney, Immigrant Rights

Tiffany L. Hickey

Staff Attorney, Housing Rights Program

Tiffany Panganiban

Operations Manager

Victoria Chan

Senior Community Advocate, Workers' Rights

Wayne Vitale

Senior Grant Writer & Content Specialist

Winifred Kao

Litigation Director and Senior Staff Attorney, Workers' Rights

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There are more than 5.6 million Syrian refugees in the world. And since Trump’s Muslim Ban went into effect, they haven't been allowed into the United States. Asmaa and Ramez, a Syrian couple, speak with AJ+ host Yara Elmjouie about how they were directly impacted while cooking fatteh, a traditional dish.

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