Announcing Our Revolution Southern California!

September 9, 2018 – Los Angeles, CA – On September 3, 2018, a Memorandum of Understanding was executed to form a new Our Revolution chapter in Southern California. Our Revolution Southern California was chartered to support all Southern California communities, by co-chairs and co-founders Jenna Beck and Don Ford.

The overarching goal of the chapter is to provide educational opportunities, coordination, and logistical support for both activism and electoral reforms throughout Southern California.

An interim board will be announced, followed by the start of monthly conference calls, which will include guest speakers and action items that will help mobilize the community to advocate reforms in all levels of our government that affect Southern California.

Realize the political revolution.

Of the people, for the people. Join us today!

About Our Revolution Southern California

Our Revolution Southern California is an independent, community-based chapter of Our Revolution. Our Revolution is a non-partisan organization that supports progressive activists, elected officials, and candidates at every level of government. By supporting candidates up and down the ballot, we aim to transform American politics to make our political and economic systems responsive to the needs of all American residents.

About Jenna Beck

Jenna Beck, CF APMP, is a nine-year proposal management professional and political enthusiast who graduated from Pepperdine University with a BSM (Business Management). She is a co-founder and author for Undercovered Magazine, Social Media / Marketing Chair for the Association of Proposal Management Professionals (APMP) California chapter, formerly an organizer for Our Revolution Costa Mesa, and a volunteer on several progressive candidate campaigns. Jenna is passionate about women’s rights, public education, and protecting our National Parks and has been published in Our Voice, LinkedIn’s Insight, Multibriefs, and The Cantina Crew.

About Don Ford

Don Ford, a Los Angeles-born organizer, started as a leadership trainer before moving to Venice, CA in 2002 where he developed the local art community through personal engagement and grassroots strategy. After taking a turn to filmmaking, Don became a SAG union member and worked to educate new members. During the Bernie Sanders’ Campaign, Don became better known as a Political Strategist whose primary focus is recruitment, internal development, and training new leaders.