Una Lee Jost is a Asian-American lawyer mom with a solo law practice ( providing outside
general counsel services to nonprofit organizations and small businesses. Prior to that, she was a civil
litigator for downtown Los Angeles law firms as well as in-house counsel for a private Christian university.
She is a 2001 graduate of Loyola Law School and minored in ethnic studies as an undergraduate at UC

Una grew up in an Asian-American Evangelical church, accepted Jesus as her Savior and Lord during
elementary school, was an InterVarsity Christian Fellowship student leader in college, and attended a
multicultural Baptist church during law school.

Una volunteered for Bernie Sanders' historic 2016 presidential campaign and numerous other progressive
electoral and issues campaigns. Currently she invests her time with Progressive Asian Network for Action
(PANA), a grassroots coalition whose mission is to mobilize Asian/Pacific Islanders and allies to advance
the interests of the 99%, and with L.A. Voice, a multi-racial, multi-faith network of 57 diverse churches,
synagogues, and mosques across L.A. County working together to transform the community into one that
reflects the dignity of all people. She also serves as a board member of the Christian Legal Aid of Los
Angeles (CLA-LA) which seeks to share the love of Jesus Christ by cultivating a passion for justice in our
community and providing free legal services and hope to those in need in L.A. County.
She now attends Pasadena Mennonite Church, a member church of L.A. Voice, where she facilitates an
Organizing Committee.