Marina Jenkins is the Director of Litigation and Policy for the National Redistricting Foundation and its affiliated organizations, which were launched in 2017 under the leadership of 82nd Attorney General of the United States Eric H. Holder, Jr. The National Redistricting Foundation fights to remedy structural barriers to fair representation by challenging unlawfully gerrymandered district maps, advocating for a fair and accurate 2020 Census, and holding elected officials accountable to protect voting rights and provide equitable access to the ballot. In her role, Marina oversees the Foundation’s litigation portfolio, including developing the strategy to combat unfair maps in states across the country, and works to identify and amplify policy solutions for fair redistricting and a fair census. Marina formerly practiced in Jenner & Block’s Election Law and Redistricting practice group and clerked for the Honorable Robert L. Wilkins of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. She is a graduate of Stanford Law School.
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