Aliya is a native New Yorker, born and raised in Jamaica Queens. Since returning to her home city, from Albany, she has tirelessly advocated for progressive initiatives centered on the development of sustainable local economies and increasing economic and social pathways for women and minorities to directly impact and shape their communities.
Amanda is a born and bred Bronxite with a deep investment and interest in public service. With four years of experience working for the City of New York, she’s working hard everyday to advocate for a more inclusive, transparent and just NYC through policy and programming in our ever-growing communities.
Carlina is a community activist and lifelong resident of the Lower East Side. She has experience in housing, education, criminal justice, small business preservation, and disaster preparedness. Carlina lives with her husband, a local small business owner, their turtle, and their dog in the building where she grew up.
Chand is a web developer, designer, digital media specialist and community organizer with a passion for making a meaningful impact on communities by bridging technology and social justice. She has over ten years of experience working for several movements and non-profit organizations.
Cristina is a public servant who works to advocate for the advancement of women. She founded an organization that provides free boxing classes to girls aged 14-19 who come from low income backgrounds, and is an Ambassador for WIN-NYC. Her interests include her dog, boxing, cooking, and dismantling the patriarchy.
Haili is an intersectional feminist and former Nebraskan living in NYC. She's passionate about social justice and making the world a better place. You can usually find her reading books or watching TV shows about badass women throughout history.
Jasmine’s work to advance education and the arts have led her to Tanzania, Nicaragua and Haiti. She received her B.A. from Fairfield University and an M.S. from the New School. She serves as a Policy Advisor managing a portfolio centered on improving outcomes for marginalized youth.
Karen is a first-generation Latina, born and raised in Queens. She is involved in projects specific to the empowerment of women via non-for profits and political organizations. She dreams (and works) for a time when our government will be more inclusive and transparent for everyone.
Princess is a social worker and descendent of Filipino political leaders. As Co-Founder and National Organizing Director of AF3IRM, she fights against oppression in all its forms through a transnational feminist lens. Her other shifts include researching, teaching, writing, therapy, and art.
Radhe works on policy for the City of New York and is also the Director of External Affairs at the Rikers Debate Project. Her interests focus on building WOC pipelines for local elections and increasing public speaking/debate capacity in WOC advocates more generally.