Jonathan Nomachi

Jonathan Nomachi (he/him) is a native of South Los Angeles and has spent over 20 years working with communities of color to advocate for change in their respective neighborhoods. He believes that a thriving community has empowered families surrounded by a vibrant built environment where access to key resources is just a walk away. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Ethnic Studies at the University of California, Berkeley and his Master’s in Public Policy at the Georgetown Public Policy Institute. Currently, Jonathan is a Principal Analyst in the County of Los Angeles Chief Executive Office as part of the Anti-Racism, Diversity, and Inclusion Initiative where he manages a portfolio of work focused on culture and climate, sustainability, housing and homelessness, internal policy, and strategic plan implementation.. Previously, he served as a Program Officer at First 5 LA managing our Communities Team investment around capacity strengthening and community data for our Best Start geographies. Additionally, Jonathan brings a wealth of experience around community engagement, policy and data analysis, program evaluation, project management, and leadership development. On his off-days, Jonathan enjoys spending time with his family, appreciates a tasty BBQ, and is dedicated to bringing championships back to the Lakers, Dodgers, and the Raiders Nation!
Jonathan Nomachi


Applying Targeted Universalism: Case Studies from the Field
Government, nonprofit and philanthropic leaders will share their journeys’, triumphs, challenges, insights, and lessons learned from actively applying Targeted Universalism (TU) within their organizations and communities in this interactive panel discussion. They will discuss the nuances of TU application at each stage, including: Co-creating the universal goal Assessing the general population’s performance relative to the universal goal Assessing segment groups’ performances relative to the universal goal and situatedness Assessing and understanding the structures and systems that support or...