Jamie Pascal is the Director of Civic Innovation Policy at the Chamber of Progress. Previously, she worked for five years at the African American Mayors Association (AAMA) and most recently as a Legislative Affairs Specialist at the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) focusing on labor and workforce development issues. As Director of Policy and Programs at AAMA, Jamie led the organization’s policy portfolio working with elected officials, business and community partners on our nation’s most pressing issues, including research on the future of work and promoting broadband access.
In addition to her work in the advocacy space, Jamie was selected as a fellow for the Internet Law and Policy Foundry at the Internet Education Foundation. The highly competitive cohort is comprised of early-career Internet law and policy professionals that are eager to shape the development of internet law and policy. As a fellow, Jamie serves on both the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and Partnerships Committee. Jamie graduated with her Master’s in Public Policy from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Howard University.