Jill Feldstein is currently the organizing director for the Philadelphia-based Women’s Community Revitalization Project. In her role there, she coordinates campaigns designed to win resources for low-income families and supports others in developing skills to help lead those efforts. Previously, she worked as a legislative aide in the Senate, registered and mobilized tens of thousands of voters in key elections, and trained local leaders on the principles of community organizing in Lima and Trujillo, Peru. Jill got her start in organizing as a college student, working to safeguard access to higher education by retaining affirmative action programs and expanding grant-based financial aid. She holds dual Master of Arts degrees in Public Affairs and Urban and Regional Planning from the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton University and BAs in Economics and Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.