Jessica Wolin has over 18 years of experience in community-based participatory planning with both youth and adults as well as in strategic planning; organizational development; technical assistance and training; and, program development and management. Jessica has served in leadership and consulting roles at the San Francisco Department of Public Health, Alameda County Public Health Department and several local non-profits working in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is one of the founders the Women’s Community Clinic, the only free clinic for women in San Francisco and, the Alameda County Youth Commission. For the past three years, Jessica has served as a Commissioner on the City of Berkeley Community Health Commission. At San Francisco State University, Jessica leads the Masters of Public Health students’ year-long team practice experience. She teaches classes in community assessment and program planning. In addition, Jessica works at the Health Equity Institute on health equity research and evaluation projects, community partnerships and organizational development.