Jonathon Marley

Jonathon Marley founded EBCLC’s development department in 1994 and served as Director of Development & Planning through 2015. His work at EBCLC currently focuses on cultivating relationships with foundation and government funders. Before joining EBCLC, he worked with the Over 60 Health Center in Berkeley, directed the Teen Clinic and HIV Program at La Clinica de la Raza in Oakland, and interned at the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center.

At Harvard, Jonathon co-founded the Health and Human Rights Group, and later helped to start both the International Campaign to Free Geronimo Pratt and the New Village Community Public Charter School of the East Bay. In 1999 he created the Anti-Bias Curriculum Project, to help Kindergarten – 5th grade students in public schools understand and appreciate differences related to race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, family income, and language. Jonathon is a member of the Information Resource Collective at the Berkeley Free Clinic, a Board member of the People’s Life Fund, and serves on the Advisory Boards of the Berkeley Student Food Collective (BSFC) and Bay Area Community Land Trust (BACLT). He is a former Commissioner for the City of Berkeley’s Peace and Justice Commission.