Kamaryn is an experienced organizer and public policy professional focused on local, state and federal policy at the intersection of racial and economic justice. She currently serves as the Government Affairs Coordinator at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia where she advocates for child health policy at the state and local levels. Previously, Kamaryn led annual comprehensive food access policy campaigns at a Philadelphia-based national non-profit. Kamaryn is a Mayoral appointee of the Philadelphia Food Policy Advisory Council (FPAC) and Co-Chair of FPAC’s Workforce and Economic Development Subcommittee, a graduate of the Philadelphia City Planning Commission’s Citizen Planning Institute and an active board member of her neighborhood civic association. She champions the value of democratic decision-making processes and leans on her communication background, research skills and the power of stories to achieve change. An Atlanta native, Kamaryn earned dual bachelor’s degrees in Sociology and Policy, Regulation & Advocacy from Temple University in Philadelphia.