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Jonathon Marley

Development Director
Administration & Operations

Jon joined HAC in 2021 and is responsible for all aspects of HAC’s fundraising program. Prior to working at HAC, they spent 26 years at the East Bay Community Law Center as Director of Development & Planning. Jon has also worked at the Over 60 Health Center, La Clinica de la Raza, and East Boston Neighborhood Health Center. As a member of the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee, they helped to start the International Campaign to Free Geronimo Pratt in Oakland, working for 10 years until Geronimo, a former Black Panther Party member, was finally freed after 27 years as a political prisoner of the State of California.

When not at HAC, Jon regularly consults with community-based organizations on issues of fund development, strategic planning, equity & inclusion, and movement building. Jon also volunteers their time doing street outreach, harm reduction, and non-police crisis response at Mental Health First Oakland and at the Berkeley Free Clinic and serves on advisory boards for Climate Action Pathways for Schools and Northern California War Tax Resistance. They enjoy reading radical speculative fiction, hiking with their partner, doing home exchanges around the world, and anti-fascist organizing.

M.P.H., Health Policy & Management, Harvard School of Public Health
A.B., cum laude, Human Biology, Stanford University
Fellowship, Community Health Administration, Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene & Public Health
Certificate, Street Health Outreach Worker, San Francisco Department of Public Health