Jeanette Mitchell (Communications Manager) started her career in the nonprofit sector as an intern for the South Ward Super Neighborhood, a project developed by Senator Cory Booker when he became the Mayor of Newark. Ms. Mitchell continued her community organizing work through her senior year in college and upon graduation, she became a consultant with Clean Water Action/Clean Water Fund (CWA/CWF). In this role, Ms. Mitchell was responsible for community organizing, educating residents about climate resilience and developing working relationships with city stakeholders. As a big believer in social justice, Ms. Mitchell became a qualified organizer who grew within the CWA/CWF organization. Since then Ms. Mitchell has worked with several community groups, two city government administrations and has been a part of countless canvassing and community centered projects. During her time as a consultant in the environmental field she has also consulted for several media firms, where she has worked closely within various departments, fine tuning her skills in media relations and expanding on her natural creative talents.
Ms. Mitchell holds a bachelor of arts degree in International Relations from the City College of New York.