Kinjo Kiema is the Associate Director of Youth Organizing, where she works to expand, engage, and mobilize Advocates’ vast Youth Activist Network. She also manages the Young Womxn of Color for Reproductive Justice Leadership Council, a group of 14-24 year old young womxn of color who are working to organize around issues impacting their community through a reproductive justice lens. Her activist expertise was developed at George Washington University where she received a BA in American Studies and led successful on-campus campaigns as a leader in two progressive student organizations, the Roosevelt Institute and Students for Justice in Palestine. Prior to working at Advocates, she was an Organizer at Service Employees International Union (SEIU), where she organized workers to take collective action and form a union. Alongside her leadership in Advocates’ Youth Organizing and Mobilization department, she is an organizer in BYP100’s DC chapter.