Kayse Jama

From KeyWiki
Jump to: navigation, search


Kayse Jama Portland, Oregon. Kayse Jama is Executive Director of the Center for Intercultural Organizing. Born into a nomad family in Somalia, Kayse left when the civil war erupted, and finally found sanctuary in Portland. An original founder of the Center, Kayse was most recently a Trainer/Organizer at Western States Center under a New Voices Fellowship[1]

Married to Stephanie D. Stephens.

Education

Activism

Kayse Jama for Oregon Senate

Kasop.JPG

Kayse Jama for Oregon Senate May 5, 2018:

Hardestop.JPG

With Richard Gilliam, Lisa Kwon, Robin Ye, Margaret Foley, Kayse Jama, Annie Naranjo-Rivera, JoAnn Hardesty, Jacob Van Buskirk, Michael Edera and Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon - APANO.

Alliance for a Just Society board

References