Director of Community Engagement
New York, NY
As the American Pakistan Foundation’s Director of Community Engagement, Jocelyne Jeannot works with a committed and enthusiastic group of team members across the country and beyond to deliver community programs and to highlight positive work in APF’s communications platform. Before joining APF, she worked for a philanthropist who serves on the board of 15 non-profit organizations. As a J.K. Watson Fellow she worked at the Institute of International Education, European Office in Budapest, the Conference Board, and the Central Park Conservancy. As an Edward T. Rogowsky Program in Government Affairs participant she served in the New York State Senate Offices of Senator Ruth Hassell-Thompson, and Senator Liz Krueger. Her government office experience also includes the NYC Mayor’s Office of Adult Education where she recruited hundreds of volunteers via a campus ambassadors program she founded to teach English classes across New York City, and the NYC Health and Hospitals Corporation. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the Macaulay Honors College at Lehman College with a degree in Psychology and Political Science with a minor in Mass Communications. She is also an award winning and published photographer.