Kassandra Dibble is a legal-policy assistant at the ACLU of Northern California. In this capacity, she supports the Criminal Justice team in active litigation and advocacy matters. Kassandra also supports the Democracy and Civic Engagement team.
Prior to joining the ACLU, Kassandra worked for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals as a paralegal/judicial assistant to Judge Lucy H. Koh. Before this role, Kassandra served as Judge Koh’s courtroom deputy at the District Court for the Northern District of California. Kassandra also worked for Stanford University’s Office of Technology Licensing.
Kassandra is a graduate of UC Davis, where she graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in human development and a B.A. in psychology. While studying at UC Davis, Kassandra served as a research assistant for Dr. Joanna Scheib in the Department of Psychology, supporting a study on donor-conceived individuals in collaboration with The Sperm Bank of California.
In her free time, Kassandra enjoys live music and visiting national parks.