Kabira Stokes is the Founder and CEO of Isidore Electronics Recycling, an electronics recycling company that offers job training and placement to previously incarcerated people in Los Angeles. Kabira holds a Master’s degree in public policy from the University of Southern California with a focus in Prison Re-entry Policy and Environmental Governance. She has consulted for the non-profit Green For All; worked for the City of Los Angeles as Senior Field Deputy for City Council President Eric Garcetti, focusing on Public Safety and Youth Development issues; and was a co-founder of the Young Progressive Majority (YPM) of Los Angeles, a 5,000-member organization dedicated to increasing young voter turnout and education in Southern California. Kabira is a graduate of Vassar College with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Spanish, and in 2010, was the recipient of the “Emerging Giant of Justice” award from CLUE Los Angeles.
Organization: Isidore Electronics Recycling