Jennifer Esteen is a dedicated public servant, social justice advocate and psychiatric registered nurse working for the San Francisco Department of Public Health for more than a decade. In her role as a nurse, Jennifer has served the most vulnerable adults in San Francisco. Those who have been directly affected by the impact of poverty, marginalization and oppression. Jennifer was educated at Loyola University New Orleans and Samuel Merritt University in Oakland and has taught as an adjunct nursing instructor in the Bay Area, to help educate the nurse leaders of tomorrow. Jennifer was appointed by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors to serve as a member of the the Housing Conservatorship Working group in San Francisco, she also serves on the Eden Area Municipal Advisory Council, and was appointed by Alameda County Board of Supervisor, Nate Miley. Jennifer is working as the Vice President of Organizing for SEIU 1021, serves on the SEIU 1021 Executive Board and previously held a position as a board member of the Jewish Youth for Community Action.