Jacob Kraybill, Project Coordinator, leads numerous projects at the Build Healthy Places Network. Before joining the Network, he worked at the Public Health Institute. Additionally, Jacob spent five years at a hospital system in Pennsylvania as a communications consultant and has coordinated people, logistics, and contracts at a number of other nonprofits.
Dedicated to the vision of a more just and equal world, Jacob came to San Francisco through a two-year volunteer program where he worked at two nonprofits. He coordinated the social media and outreach for Interfaith Power & Light, a network of faith communities working to slow climate change, and managed community and student volunteers at Mission Graduates, an organization in San Francisco’s Mission neighborhood that increases the number of K-12 students who are prepared for and complete a college education.
Jacob graduated from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, with a B.A. in Global Studies.