Jamila is a social justice advocate committed to educational equality. She is passionate about closing opportunity gaps and increasing access to education.
Jamila comes to EOS after interning at the Legal Services National Technology Assistance Project where she assisted non-profit legal aid programs improve services through effective and innovative use of technology. She also interned at the Council on American Islamic Relations, a civil rights organization where she worked as an advocate for people facing religious discrimination in education, housing, and employment. When she’s not working, Jamila leads her community garden’s efforts to grow organic produce for donation to the Queen Anne Food Bank. She also loves to hike and play tennis.
Jamila has a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies and Classics with a concentration in Critical Theory from Macalester College.