Nori Dubon

Nori Dubon was raised in East Oakland and is dedicated to ensuring the Bay Area remains a diverse and inclusive place for people of all backgrounds. Her interests and career have centered around community organizations, government, public policy and community development. Most recently she worked for the Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF), a national CDFI focused on mobilizing capital and partners in the sectors of early care and education, housing, and lending. During her time at LIIF, Nori focused on many projects within the co-location of early care facilities and affordable housing in the city of San Francisco. Previously, Nori worked in Sacramento and interned in the legislative affairs unit during Governor Brown’s administration. During her four years at UC Davis, Nori volunteered at a student-run clinic, Clinica Tepati, which provides primary health care services to the uninsured and underserved population in Sacramento and surrounding counties. Nori holds a BA in Political Science and Spanish Literature from UC Davis. Most recently she completed the New Leaders Council Fellowship for the Sacramento Chapter. Outside of work, Nori enjoys trying new local restaurants and traveling!