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Crucial Conversations: Public Benefits in the Midst of COVID-19

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Sep 17, 2020 05:28 PM

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Vanessa Joseph
Elected City Clerk @City of North Miami
Vanessa Joseph, Esq, is currently the City of North Miami's Elected City Clerk. In this office, she makes history as both the City's youngest and first Black female City Clerk. Education & Professional Career From the University of Miami, Joseph earned a bachelor's degree in Political Science, a Master of Public Administration and a Juris Doctorate. Before fully launching her legal career, Joseph spent her years as a law student working as an advocate for immigration and human rights. During that period, she served at two legal clinics, where she fought on behalf of South Florida's immigrant community. She also advocated for veterans, persons with disabilities and individuals with HIV and AIDS. Today, as a practicing local attorney, Joseph continues to provide legal services to vulnerable populations.
Jason Pizzo
State Senator @Florida District 38
Personal & Career Legislative Service Elected to the Senate in 2018 Other Public Service Former Assistant State Attorney, Miami Dade State Attorney's Office Biographical Information Occupation: Attorney
Jackie Ebert
Equal Justice Works Fellow, Sponsored by the Florida Bar Foundation @Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc.
After earning her Bachelors in Social Work, Jackie spent a summer working as the Program Director at a camp in upstate New York for children in the foster care and shelter system before returning home to Green Bay, Wisconsin, to work at an emergency seasonal homeless shelter. Driven by this work, Jackie earned her M.S.W. from Washington University in St. Louis in December 2018 and J.D. from Harvard Law in May 2019. Thanks to a fellowship from the David A. Grossman Fund through Harvard Law, Jackie was able to join the Legal Services team to address the legal barriers to safe, sustainable housing for guests of Lotus House, a shelter serving homeless women and families. Jackie is the recipient of an Equal Justice Works Fellowship through the Florida Bar Foundation which will allow her to build upon her initial project to work to develop a model where social service providers and attorneys work more collaboratively to better address the legal issues surrounding homelessness.