Join WASRG on Thursday, December 7 for a discussion on New Jersey politics and policy with Sabeen Masih of Capital Impact Group.
Sabeen Masih has vast experience in legislative analysis and public affairs on a local, county, and statewide level, with experience in advocacy and government spanning throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey. As the Senior Vice President at Capital Impact Group, she monitors clients’ legislative priorities while providing strategic guidance on the political nuances surrounding those issues. She also works on business development and procurement for a range of issues and works closely with several State Departments and Agencies in New Jersey, providing clients with her expertise on navigating the multifaceted state regulatory affairs processes in New Jersey. Sabeen’s main policy areas of expertise include healthcare, alcohol and cannabis regulatory issues and licensure procurement, and energy.
Previously, Sabeen worked for Philadelphia Councilman Curtis Jones Jr. on budgetary and local policy issues and his state campaigns as a speech writer, and media and fundraising advisor. In New Jersey Sabeen held positions at the New Jersey Department of Human Services’ Legislative Affairs Unit, where she focused on legislative and healthcare policy.
Sabeen is passionate about supporting the next generation of thought leaders and policymakers and serves as a Mentor for the Rider Women’s Leadership Council at Rider University, Rutgers’ Road to Government, Policy, and Service (RTGPS) program, and the Rutgers’ Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. Sabeen also co-founded the growing Asian Women of Trenton Networking Group and is a member of the Bipartisan Coalition for Women’s Appointments (BCWA), serves on the Mercer County Young Democrats Advisory Board, and was recently appointed by Governor Murphy to the NJ Asian American and Pacific Islander Commission. As an advocate for women in NJ, Sabeen was afforded the opportunity to serve as a member of Senate Majority Leader Weinberg’s Working Group on Harassment, Sexual Assault and Misogyny in NJ Politics, to help bring women’s voices and experiences to light in hopes of changing the political climate for women throughout the state. Sabeen also serves as a board member for the Women’s Political Caucus of NJ, an organization dedicated to increasing women’s participation in politics.
A FREE EVENT | WASRG MEMBERS ONLY
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