Deputy Political Director
Jessica Rubio was born and raised in Santiago de Querétaro, Mexico. At the age of 14, she relocated to Phoenix, Arizona. Jessica became a neighborhood organizer in 2011. Over the years, Jessica has been involved in different roles in the electoral process. She has worked in national and local campaigns, as well as nonprofit organizations focused on creating a more just and equitable society.
Jessica graduated from Grand Canyon University in 2015 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education with emphasis in Math and Business Administration. She worked at the Center for Neighborhood Leadership, where she created the Academic and Leadership Accelerator for Service (ALAS) Program. Through this program, Jessica prepared first generation and low-income students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes to become successful lifelong learners and future community leaders.
After working at Solidary Strategies, Jessica became one of the state coordinators at Mi Familia Vota. Jessica believes that by expanding access to higher education, increasing the number of people civically engaged, and opening avenues for people of color to participate in the political process, we will form the foundation of personal success and community empowerment.
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