Jocelyn Bucaro is a respected national election expert with over a decade of experience running elections in Ohio and Colorado. She is currently the Director of Mobile Voting with Tusk Philanthropies, leading a national effort to address barriers to voting and improve the voting experience for voters with inherent barriers to voting through innovative technology solutions designed to make our elections more transparent and verifiable. She previously served as the Director of Elections in Denver, where she helped expand access for voters with disabilities and voters with language barriers, improved customer service with interactive sample ballots and streamlined in-person voting, and enhanced security and transparency through a mobile voting pilot for military and overseas voters and live streaming of ballot processing. Her work in Denver and Ohio was recognized with multiple awards, including four national awards from the National Association of Election Officials.
Jocelyn also has extensive experience in government and politics, having served as an aide in the White House and U.S. Senate and on various presidential, statewide and congressional campaigns. She received her B.A. in Political Science from DePaul University and her M.Ed. in Secondary Education from the University of Cincinnati.