Kaitlyn Quackenbush

Kaitlyn Quackenbush is originally from the East Bay and is passionate about helping to create a more equitable Bay Area; contributing to the place that made her who she is today. Kaitlyn comes to the PBF Fellowship as an analytical housing policy leader with experience leading impactful housing policy campaigns and building robust community-based programs organized around the preservation of affordable housing and preventing displacement. Before Coro, Kaitlyn was the Director of Policy and Research for Tenant Rights at Strategic Actions for a Just Economy (SAJE) and led Los Angele’s Renters’ Right to Counsel Coalition. Kaitlyn earned her Masters’ in Urban and Regional Planning from UCLA and her Bachelor’s in International Development from UC Berkeley. When not working or organizing, Kaitlyn can be found walking her senior dog along the Richmond Marina or around Lake Merritt.