Please join us at our November meeting to hear D’Aungillique Jackson, Fresno State Graduate, Bulldog Pride Fund Scholar, and first LGBTQIA+ Student Body President. Earlier this year she was invited to The 2nd Pride Reception at The White House by Vice President Kamala Harris. D’Aungillique also led the Black Lives Matter Protest in Fresno in 2020, one of the city’s largest and most peaceful demonstrations; she was the youngest member of Fresno’s Commission on Police Reform; and she was President of the Fresno State chapter of the NAACP.
Meeting Agenda and other documents: https://bit.ly/fsd-mtgdocs
As a recent Fresno State graduate, D’Aungillique earned her B.A. in Sociology in the Fall of 2022. She is a people activator and mobilizer. Though she is not native to Fresno, D’Aungillique’s lived experiences as a Black American woman, a military kid, and an LGBTQIA+ youth have ignited within her a passion to advocate for equity and transformative justice wherever she goes.
Her most recent accomplishments include being an invited guest of Vice President Kamala
Harris at her “2023 Pride Reception” for esteemed LGBTQ+ organizers, becoming a member of
the Central Valley’s “40 under 40” Class of 2023, serving as the 2021-2022 Fresno State
Student Body President, Becoming a Bulldog Pride Fund Scholar (2021 – 2022), receiving the
2020 John D. Welty Award for Community Excellence in Community Service, serving as Faith in
the Valley’s Community Justice Fellow, serving as the youngest commissioner on Fresno’s
Commission for Police Reform, and leading Fresno’s largest, most peaceful protest—the city of
Fresno’s Black Lives Matter protest on May 31st, 2020. Above all, D’Aungillique Jackson is most
proud to be a recharting member of the Fresno State NAACP college chapter, the 2019-2021
Chapter President, and the current campus advisor for this organization.