Based in San Francisco, California, Jocelyn Wong brings over 15 years of resource mobilization experience to her work. Informed by prior experience in community organizing and direct service, Jocelyn believes that transforming how we mobilize resources within social movements can facilitate a just transition of our economy away from extraction and exploitation, and towards cooperation and regeneration. She supports and coaches those in resourcing roles to step into their full capacity and power, and partners with social justice groups to design and execute fundraising campaigns that shift power to, and build wealth within BIPOC communities.
Previously, Jocelyn led an $18M capital campaign to support the success of Restore Oakland, a community advocacy and training center in Oakland’s Fruitvale neighborhood. Jocelyn’s prior experience includes developing partnerships and securing resources for organizations serving youth, families, and LGBTQ communities.
Jocelyn found her calling as an organizer, while studying Political Science and LGBT Studies at the University of California, Riverside. In her spare time, she enjoys backyard projects, discovering new music, and cheering on Bay Area sports teams.