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Khansa T. Jones-Muhammad

Khansa T. Jones-Muhammad
Vice Chair

Khansa Jones-Muhammad, better known as Friday Jones, is a reparations advocate and educator. KJ is the Vice President of the Los Angeles Reparations Advisory Commission, appointed by former Mayor Eric Garcetti, President and Co-Facilitator of the National Assembly of American Slavery Descendants, founding steering member of a Coalition for a Just and Equitable California, anchor organization for the California AB3121 Task Force, and former Co-Chair and founding member of NAASD Los Angeles. KJ is the author and publisher of a self-help memoir “The Real Friday Jones.”

KJ served as a Budged Advocate for the City of Los Angeles for fiscal year 2019/2020. KJ is a former candidate for Los Angeles City Council and is an active member of New Frontier Democratic Club in Los Angeles. KJ has over 20 years in business management with emphasis on managing high net worth individuals and entertainment clientele. KJ has worked with Grammy award winning artists, studio heads and the managing director of Goldman Sachs West. KJ has also managed multi- state commercial real estate portfolios, overseen the construction of a production sound stage in Canoga Park, and the initial construction of a hospital in Papua New Guinea.

KJ is a proud graduate of Howard University and most recently the Los Angeles African American Women’s Political Policy Institute 2020. In her mind’s eye she is a dancer and occasional actress, in real life she does pretty good math!