Jessica Jackson is a human rights attorney and co-founder of #cut50, a national bipartisan effort aimed at reducing America's incarceration rate. She also serves on the Mill Valley City Council.
|Born:||Jessica Hurst, January 20, 1982, Alabama|
|Education:||Santa Clara University of Law|
|Occupation:||Human rights attorney, Activist, Politician|
|Organization:||American Constitution Society Bay Area, The Committee for a Fair Judiciary, Public Outreach Committee for the Marin Bar Association|
About Jessica Jackson
Singer, social media influencer, and video content creator who earned her most substantial following on the app TikTok, where she has more than 600,000 fans on her imjessjackson account.
She sang a rendition of "We Shall Overcome" during her elementary school recital of of the Martin Luther King Speech. She went to school to earn a certification in Medical Office Assisting.
She was once popular on an app called Viddy. She released music covers on SoundCloud and YouTube. She sings live on YouNow for her more than 40,000 fans.
She and her sister were born in Philadelphia, PA.
She met Angel Moreno through Viddy.