Sandra Johnson

All of Us or None Senior Organizer

Community Organizing, Public Speaking, Family Advocacy, Ban the Box, Reentry, Incarcerated Parents / Children of Incarcerated Parents, Policy Advocacy.

Email: sandraj[at]
Phone: 415.625.7059

Sandra is a Community Organizer and proud member of All of Us or None. She joined the team in 2017 as LSPC’s first Elder Freeman Policy Fellow before she joined the staff as an organizer. Before coming to LSPC, Sandra studied Health Education and Social Science at City College of San Francisco from which she will receive her AA degree May, 2018. Sandra is originally from Monterey, California, and is the oldest of 6 siblings. She draws from her own personal experience coming from a single parent household and having several formerly incarcerated love ones. Her oldest brother is currently 31 years into a 17-to-life sentence. She is formerly incarcerated herself, having served 15 years in and out of the system. Sandra is an advocate for other families with incarcerated loved ones. Sandra has served as an expert witness and has testified many times in front of the CA state legislature and SF Board of Supervisors as a criminal justice expert. Her testimony and organizing was instrumental to passing the Fair Chance Act (AB 1008) and the RISE Act (SB 180) in 2017. She understands the pain and struggles of others that still have loved ones behind the walls and has dedicated herself to the fight to end the injustice of both being first locked up and then locked out upon release.

Ban the Box – Calif. Just Passed Landmark Law to Stop Bosses From Discriminating Against People with ConvictionsIn These Times – November 6, 2017.
Ban the Box – Ex-inmates win new law requiring California employers to “ban the box” –  CALmatters, October 14, 2017.
Ban the Box – Should Give People With Record a Second ChanceEast Bay Times – Nov. 9, 2016