Kabira Stokes is the Founder and CEO of Isidore Electronics Recycling, a full service e-waste recycling social enterprise that provides work opportunity for people who have come out of the criminal justice system. Kabira holds a Master’s degree in public policy from the University of Southern California with a focus on the criminal justice system and environmental governance. She has consulted for the non-profit Green For All and worked for the City of L.A. as Senior Field Deputy for (then) City Council President Eric Garcetti. She is a graduate of Vassar College with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Spanish. Honors and awards include: the inaugural "Smart on Crime" award by CA Attorney General Kamala Harris (2015), "Women For A New Los Angeles" honoree by the L.A. Alliance for a New Economy (2015), and named a "50 Under 40 Social Entrepreneur" by the AMEX Foundation (2014). Kabira loves dance, hiking, and travel and is currently learning to play the trumpet.