Sarah Jackel was Appointed as General Counsel at Vote.org

Date of management change: June 13, 2018 

What Happened?

San Francisco, -based Vote.org Appointed Sarah Jackel as General Counsel

 

About the Company

Launched in San Francisco in April 2016, Vote.org is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that uses technology to simplify political engagement, increase voter turnout, and strengthen American democracy. Vote.org believes Americans want to vote, and will vote in higher numbers and more consistently as voting becomes more convenient. To make this a reality, Vote.org identifies roadblocks to voting and aggressively works to clear them. Its innovative work includes building and maintaining the Vote.org website and a comprehensive toolset – including a voter registration tool, an absentee ballot tool, a voter registration status tool, and an election reminders tool – which is free and accessible to anyone. Vote.org also conducts proactive outreach to low-propensity voters, including young people and people of color, through a variety of innovative media campaigns. Vote.org has helped more than 13 million people cast ballots since launch.

 

About the Person

Sarah Jackel is General Counsel at Vote.org. Previously, Sarah held various senior legal leadership roles in the industry.

 

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