Caprice A. Jackson
Caprice is a community change agent, rooted in community service, and she has worked with constituents on the state and federal level. Her legislative prowess, campaign knowledge, and strong ties to the community demonstrate her ability to address constituents’ concerns, build relationships, and work with different agencies.
As a congressional staffer for Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence, Caprice worked with the SBA, Veteran Affairs, Housing, Agriculture, and Department of Justice cases for residents of Michigan’s former 14th Congressional District. She also worked as a policy analyst for Detroit City Council District 7 and as a legislative aide and community coordinator for State Representative Kyra Harris-Bolden. She has written and helped pass some of Michigan’s most pressing laws, including HB 4132, which is part of the medically frail bill package.
Caprice has a bachelor’s degree in social relations and policy from Michigan State University.