Jess Eagle

Strategic Communications Manager

Area of expertise: Media relations; Grassroots organizing; Digital advocacy; Making legal language accessible; Story-telling as a form of justice

You should get to know her because:

  • Jess is a passionate social justice advocate who strives to use her knowledge of journalism, political grassroots organizing, and nonprofit development to break down gender stereotypes and make the world a better place for women, girls, and nonbinary people.
  • She manages ERA’s media relations and digital external communications.
  • Prior to joining ERA in April 2018, Jess was the Development Director at Family Violence Appellate Project, a California nonprofit that helps domestic violence survivors. Before that, she also worked as a grassroots organizer for for Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates and Organizing for America, President Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign.
  • Jess founded and served as editor-in-chief of House of Flout, an online magazine focused on feminist pop culture commentary and LGBTQIA equality. Her writing has also appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Feminspire.com.

Alumna of:

  • Jess has her Master’s degree in English with a concentration in Feminist Theory from Duquesne University.
  • She has a BA in Journalism and in English literature from Duquesne University, where she served as editor-in-chief of the student newspaper

Outside of work:

  • Jess is a 2019 Women in Leadership Coro Fellow
  • She loves her local yoga community in Oakland

 

Legal Advice & Resources / Consejos y Recursos legales

Know Your Rights

Learn what your rights are so you can navigate your situation and make the best decision for you.

Your Rights at Work
Your Rights at School

Contact Us

If our Know Your Rights guides do not answer your legal questions, contact a legal advocate by filling out our online Intake Form. We may be able to offer free help. Please note that we can only help with the following issues:
- gender pay discrimination
- sexual harassment or sexual assault at work or school
- parental leave issues, and
- gender-based harassment or discrimination at work or school.

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We have trained legal advocates and lawyers on staff to guide you through your legal issue. Learn more about what this process looks like, and how long it will take.

Conozca Sus Derechos

Aprende sus derechos para que puedas navegar su situación y tomar la mejor decisión para ti.

Sus Derechos en el Trabajo

Contáctenos

Si nuestras guías sobre sus derechos no tiene la respuesta que necesista o usted tiene otra pregunta, contáctenos por la manera de llenar nuestro formulario abajo. Posiblemente podemos ofrecerle asistencia gratúita. Solo podemos proveer información sobre los asunto siguientes en el trabajo o en la escuela:
- La discriminación basado en el sexo o el genero
- El acoso sexual o asalto sexual
- La discriminación salarial (del pago)
- La ausencia del trabajo para cuidar a familiares o un nuevo bebe

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En este momento, no estamos recibiendo solicitudes dejadas por un recado de teléfono. Sin embargo, usted puede someter una solicitud para una consulta por la manera de hacer clic en el link "Explíquenos Sobre Su Situacion."