Artanesha Jackson is a proud native of Oakland, CA and a product of public schools. As a Clinical Social Worker, she has over sixteen years of direct service experience and prides herself on being a mentor and leader in her community. As part of UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital Oakland, she found the opportunity to combat health inequity through the Center for Child & Community Health.

Artanesha is a member of UCSF’s Center for Community Engagement Council, serving on the Research Committee, the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Task Force and the Black Caucus.

She attended UC Berkeley, graduating with her Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies & Social Welfare. She graduated from The University of Chicago’s School of Social Service Administration with a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Social Work. Jackson has completed the Emerging Leaders of Color Leadership Program (2017) and the UCSF Diversity and Inclusion Certificate Program (Fall 2018).
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