Jazzalyn Livingston, M.A.
Advisory Board Chair
Jazzalyn Livingston is the Advisory Board Chair of Ezrach Brain Trust Association. In this role, she
works with a team of thought leaders that develops and executes the programmatic priorities of the organization. She is also the Co-Founder of Black Girls Leadership Academy, a nonprofit organization dedicated to cultivating the leadership and skillset of young girls of color with a special focus on their personal development, cultural identity, and global
character. Previously, she served as the National Program
Manager for the NAACP Youth and College Division. In this role, she managed local, state, and national programs that engaged youth on issues of criminal justice, civic engagement, education reform, voting rights, environmental & climate justice, economic advancement, and the prioritization of African Americans’ health and wellbeing.
In May 2018, Livingston received her M.S. in Multicultural Counseling and Social Justice Education from San Diego State University. She distinguished herself as a scholar, advocate, and a change agent for underserved communities. Her commitment to social justice and
equality has inspired her to continue the work to ensure the ultimate liberties and freedoms of historically marginalized communities are realized. She is a proud native of South-Central LA and currently resides in Washington, DC.