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Gregory Jackson

Deputy Director, Office of Gun Violence Prevention, The White House

Gregory Jackson is the deputy director of the White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention and special assistant to the president. Jackson oversees efforts to implement federal law, identify new executive actions, expand partnerships, and improve services for those traumatized by gun violence. A gun violence survivor himself, Jackson is a leading voice on gun violence prevention for Black and Brown communities. Previously, he was executive director of the Community Justice Action Fund, which advances policies to address gun violence in these communities. There he led efforts that secured over $12 billion in public funding for gun violence prevention and led to passage of the first gun violence law in 30 years, the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act. As Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee national field director, Jackson ran the largest midterm election voter registration program in U.S. history.

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