The Common Good

Jessica Breslin

Mobilizing Assistant

Jessica Breslin is the mobilizing assistant at Sojourners.  Jessica is a native of Palatine, Ill., but most recently she joins us from Holland, Mich. Jessica is a graduate of Hope College where she studied psychology and sociology.

As mobilizing assistant, Jessica builds and maintains relationships with Sojourners’ networks and partnerships consisting of faith-leaders and mobilizers in the DC area and across the country. She aids in the development of resources used for grassroots movements and assists the director of mobilizing in helping to plan advocacy and legislative actions for the National Mobilizing Circle.

Jessica gained her mobilizing experience through the organization and cultivation of relationships among large student groups at Hope College, specifically through her outreach work in the Volunteer Services office. While at Hope, Jessica became interested in the intersection of faith and social concerns. She is passionate about social justice issues related to peace and poverty, mental health care, and mass incarceration.

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Blog Posts by Jessica Breslin

Posted by Jessica Breslin 50 weeks 7 hours ago
One in four individuals will suffer with a mental health issue in a given year — and that these statistics can often be our friends, family, or ourselves. After tragedies like what happened in...
Posted by Jessica Breslin 1 year 13 weeks ago
"I bet if I were white then I'd be better off … Isn’t that true?” - IdrisA 9-year-old African-American boy lay on the couch, rubbing his head, and told his dad that if he just went to another school...
Posted by Jessica Breslin 1 year 22 weeks ago
As we prepare for the coming of Christ, the third Sunday of advent is celebrated in joy. As followers of Christ, it is reasonable to be exuberant about the birth of our Savior. The amount of...
Posted by Jessica Breslin 1 year 26 weeks ago
I live in community. What constitutes living in community means different things depending on whom you're talking to. To my 80-year-old grandmother it means that I have joined a cult. In reality, I...