The Center for Judicial Excellence is proud to announce Taylor Jackson as their first Policy & Advocacy Director. Taylor has worked in California politics and policy for almost a decade, where she has fought tirelessly to protect California’s most vulnerable populations. She brings a breadth of experience and acumen to CJE, and we are excited to have her leading our policy and advocacy work. Previously she served as a legislative staffer in the Capitol, as the Senior Consultant for the Assembly Committee on Labor and Employment, and as a lobbyist for the California Nurses Association. Taylor received her bachelor’s degree from the University of San Francisco, where she was a Leo T. McCarthy Center Fellow.