Justine Marcus is the Program Director of State and Local Policy for Enterprise Community Partners Northern California. Justine leads the overall development and execution of the organization’s policy agenda at the local, regional and state level. Working closely with the Northern California team, she advances the team’s policy engagement and strategic communications, including developing and advocating for policies that expand regional and state resources for affordable housing production and preservation, promote equitable and sustainable development, and reverse decades-old patterns of residential segregation. She co-leads regional and state coalition efforts, including investAHSC, Bay Area Housing for All, Stable Homes and more.
Justine brings a diverse set of experiences in policy development and analysis, advocacy and organizing, research and strategic communications. Prior to joining Enterprise, Justine worked at the Urban Displacement Project where she led anti-displacement and equitable development research and technical assistance projects with partners across the Bay Area and in Seattle. In her other previous roles, she led community-based research and policy advocacy on public health and community development in the Bay Area and California’s Central Valley. She is a former board member of the San Francisco Community Land Trust.
Justine holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison in sociology and economics and a masters in city planning and masters in public health from the University of California – Berkeley. She is a proud, life-long public school alum.
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