Co-President and Co-Founder
Jhumpa is the Co-President and Co-Founder of The Maven Collaborative. She directly leads work identifying policy and narrative solutions to racial and gender income and wealth inequities and mitigating the harms of mass incarceration. She holds expertise in Guaranteed Income, narrative change and occupational segregation and is an avid believer in centering Black women and their families as a pathway to economic liberation for all. A former youth organizer, Jhumpa has over 20 years of experience providing her leadership and intersectional analysis on national and local research and capacity building projects focused on creating policy and system changes towards racial, gender and economic equity. Her writing has appeared in TIME Magazine, SF Chronicle, Ms. Magazine, and other outlets, and her work has been highlighted in Fast Company and the New York Times. She is a board member of the Pacifica Family Fund, and is a lover of music, the Lakers and fluent in Bengali.