The Executive Team

Javier H. Valdés

Co-Executive Director

Javier H. Valdés is Co-Executive Director of Make the Road New York (MRNY) and Make the Road Action.  Most recently, he leads MRNY’s organizing team in securing historic victories for immigrant and tenant New Yorkers including the NYS Dream Act and restoration of driver’s licenses for all. Over the past decade, Javier has been critical in securing new policies that limit the local presence of federal immigration enforcement, improve the quality of affordable housing, expand translation and interpretation services at government offices, and reduce biased policing. He was also critical in securing the creation of the largest municipal identification card in the US and dramatically expanding guaranteed paid sick days for low-wage workers in New York City. In addition to MRNY’s organizing program, Javier supervises the youth program, including community schools and after-school youth programs, as well as the organization’s administrative and operations functions.

Javier has also been critical in expanding MRNY’s model across the US by helping to launch Make the Road organizations in New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Nevada. In his role as Chair of the Board, he helps lead the Center for Popular Democracy, our national sister organization. He is also Vice Chair of the Center for Popular Democracy Action, the group’s political arm.  He is Co-Chair of the Board of FIRM, the national immigrant rights organization. In 2013, President Barack Obama awarded Javier the White House Champions of Change Cesar Chavez Award.  He is founding member of the Flushing Meadow Corona Park Alliance,. He is Secretary of the Working Families Party in New York State.

He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and three kids.

Deborah L. Axt

Co-Executive Director

Deborah Axt is Co-Executive Director of Make the Road New York. Deborah leads Make the Road’s low-wage worker organizing and policy work, as well as the organization’s 50-person legal department, all other education and survival services, and finance and development operations. She is one of the architects of the car wash campaign to organize car wash workers in NYC and the Committee for Better Banks, a national bank worker organization that helped to win abolition of predatory sales goals at Wells Fargo. She led the successful campaign to pass the Wage Theft Prevention Act in New York State; has helped to craft and win passage of numerous other pieces of city and state legislation; and is considered to be one of the nation’s leading experts on community-based worker organizing, wage theft, and workers’ rights enforcement. Deborah first joined Make the Road as a summer legal intern in 2000, then graduated magna cum laude from the Georgetown University Law Center and joined the staff full-time in 2002. She built the organization’s legal department before becoming Co-Executive Director in 2012. Before law school, Deborah worked as a union and community organizer, serving on the leadership teams of industry-wide initiatives in West Palm Beach, Florida; Los Angeles, California; and New Orleans, Louisiana. She teaches the Law, Organizing, and Social Change Clinic at the New York University law school. She helped to launch and now helps support Make the Road New Jersey, Make the Road Connecticut, and Make the Road Pennsylvania; and serves on the Board of Directors of the Center for Popular Democracy. She is the mom of Elijah and Zoe.

Theo Oshiro

Deputy Director

Theo oversees the services departments at Make the Road New York, including Adult Literacy and Health Advocacy, and serves as our lead health policy expert. A Peruvian immigrant raised in Queens, Theo has been recognized several times for his contributions to immigrant communities, winning the New York Lawyers for the Public Interest’s Felix A. Fishman Award. Theo was appointed by Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo to serve on city- and state-level policy task forces focused on immigrant health and health disparities. Theo joined Make the Road in 2005 after receiving a Master’s Degree from the University of Chicago. Since he began at Make the Road, he has been a leading fundraiser, building MRNY’s health access team from the ground up and expanding the organization’s overall services infrastructure by tripling our staff size across Legal Services, Health and Adult Education, and expanding services for members into our Long Island office. Theo helped lead Make the Road’s expansion into New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. From his post at Make the Road, Theo has been a leader in improving language access policies in New York City and State. Theo led MRNY’s advocacy that resulted in the passage of a city-level law and the state-level SafeRx legislation to require comprehensive interpretation and translation services to limited English proficient patients at chain and mail-order pharmacies.

Arlenis Morel

Chief of Staff

Arlenis immigrated to the United States from Venezuela in 1992. She is a long-time resident of Bushwick, Brooklyn. In 2003, Arlenis joined MRNY’s staff as a part-time receptionist. She became more and more involved in MRNY, taking advantage of the organization’s leadership development trainings, and eventually worked her way up to lead the organization’s Operations department. In 2015, she stepped into the role of Chief of Staff, overseeing the Operations, HR and IT departments. She is leading the implementation of MRNY’s strategic plan and is responsible for maintaining overall day-to-day operations of MRNY. Arlenis has trained at Coro’s Immigrant Civic Leadership Program and Columbia University’s Senior Leaders Program for Non-Profit Professionals. She represented District 24 in Queens on the Community Education Council for two years. She holds an Associate’s Degree from Kingsborough Community College.

Jose Lopez

Deputy Director

Jose Lopez is Deputy Director of Make the Road New York. For two decades, Jose has demonstrated his commitment to Make the Road New York and the communities which we serve. Prior to being named Deputy Director, Jose served as Co-Director of Organizing where he helped to shape and deliver on impactful projects and policies in the arenas of housing, education, labor and police reform. His commitment and policy expertise on affordable housing and renters rights helped to secure the strongest rental protections passed in Albany in a generation. Outside of providing campaign support to our team of 44 organizers, Jose sits on the board of Communities United for Police Reform Action, a coalition committed to ending discriminatory and abusive policing in New York State. In December 2014, Jose was appointed to President Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing and since has published pieces on changing youth attitudes towards policing. Jose is a graduate of Hofstra University and dad of Amelie Soleil.

Javier H. Valdés

Co-Executive Director

Javier H. Valdés is Co-Executive Director of Make the Road New York (MRNY) and Make the Road Action.  Most recently, he leads MRNY’s organizing team in securing historic victories for immigrant and tenant New Yorkers including the NYS Dream Act and restoration of driver’s licenses for all. Over the past decade, Javier has been critical in securing new policies that limit the local presence of federal immigration enforcement, improve the quality of affordable housing, expand translation and interpretation services at government offices, and reduce biased policing. He was also critical in securing the creation of the largest municipal identification card in the US and dramatically expanding guaranteed paid sick days for low-wage workers in New York City. In addition to MRNY’s organizing program, Javier supervises the youth program, including community schools and after-school youth programs, as well as the organization’s administrative and operations functions.

Javier has also been critical in expanding MRNY’s model across the US by helping to launch Make the Road organizations in New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Nevada. In his role as Chair of the Board, he helps lead the Center for Popular Democracy, our national sister organization. He is also Vice Chair of the Center for Popular Democracy Action, the group’s political arm.  He is Co-Chair of the Board of FIRM, the national immigrant rights organization. In 2013, President Barack Obama awarded Javier the White House Champions of Change Cesar Chavez Award.  He is founding member of the Flushing Meadow Corona Park Alliance,. He is Secretary of the Working Families Party in New York State.

He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and three kids.

Deborah L. Axt

Co-Executive Director

Deborah Axt is Co-Executive Director of Make the Road New York. Deborah leads Make the Road’s low-wage worker organizing and policy work, as well as the organization’s 50-person legal department, all other education and survival services, and finance and development operations. She is one of the architects of the car wash campaign to organize car wash workers in NYC and the Committee for Better Banks, a national bank worker organization that helped to win abolition of predatory sales goals at Wells Fargo. She led the successful campaign to pass the Wage Theft Prevention Act in New York State; has helped to craft and win passage of numerous other pieces of city and state legislation; and is considered to be one of the nation’s leading experts on community-based worker organizing, wage theft, and workers’ rights enforcement. Deborah first joined Make the Road as a summer legal intern in 2000, then graduated magna cum laude from the Georgetown University Law Center and joined the staff full-time in 2002. She built the organization’s legal department before becoming Co-Executive Director in 2012. Before law school, Deborah worked as a union and community organizer, serving on the leadership teams of industry-wide initiatives in West Palm Beach, Florida; Los Angeles, California; and New Orleans, Louisiana. She teaches the Law, Organizing, and Social Change Clinic at the New York University law school. She helped to launch and now helps support Make the Road New Jersey, Make the Road Connecticut, and Make the Road Pennsylvania; and serves on the Board of Directors of the Center for Popular Democracy. She is the mom of Elijah and Zoe.

Theo Oshiro

Deputy Director

Theo oversees the services departments at Make the Road New York, including Adult Literacy and Health Advocacy, and serves as our lead health policy expert. A Peruvian immigrant raised in Queens, Theo has been recognized several times for his contributions to immigrant communities, winning the New York Lawyers for the Public Interest’s Felix A. Fishman Award. Theo was appointed by Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo to serve on city- and state-level policy task forces focused on immigrant health and health disparities. Theo joined Make the Road in 2005 after receiving a Master’s Degree from the University of Chicago. Since he began at Make the Road, he has been a leading fundraiser, building MRNY’s health access team from the ground up and expanding the organization’s overall services infrastructure by tripling our staff size across Legal Services, Health and Adult Education, and expanding services for members into our Long Island office. Theo helped lead Make the Road’s expansion into New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. From his post at Make the Road, Theo has been a leader in improving language access policies in New York City and State. Theo led MRNY’s advocacy that resulted in the passage of a city-level law and the state-level SafeRx legislation to require comprehensive interpretation and translation services to limited English proficient patients at chain and mail-order pharmacies.

Arlenis Morel

Chief of Staff

Arlenis immigrated to the United States from Venezuela in 1992. She is a long-time resident of Bushwick, Brooklyn. In 2003, Arlenis joined MRNY’s staff as a part-time receptionist. She became more and more involved in MRNY, taking advantage of the organization’s leadership development trainings, and eventually worked her way up to lead the organization’s Operations department. In 2015, she stepped into the role of Chief of Staff, overseeing the Operations, HR and IT departments. She is leading the implementation of MRNY’s strategic plan and is responsible for maintaining overall day-to-day operations of MRNY. Arlenis has trained at Coro’s Immigrant Civic Leadership Program and Columbia University’s Senior Leaders Program for Non-Profit Professionals. She represented District 24 in Queens on the Community Education Council for two years. She holds an Associate’s Degree from Kingsborough Community College.

Jose Lopez

Deputy Director

Jose Lopez is Deputy Director of Make the Road New York. For two decades, Jose has demonstrated his commitment to Make the Road New York and the communities which we serve. Prior to being named Deputy Director, Jose served as Co-Director of Organizing where he helped to shape and deliver on impactful projects and policies in the arenas of housing, education, labor and police reform. His commitment and policy expertise on affordable housing and renters rights helped to secure the strongest rental protections passed in Albany in a generation. Outside of providing campaign support to our team of 44 organizers, Jose sits on the board of Communities United for Police Reform Action, a coalition committed to ending discriminatory and abusive policing in New York State. In December 2014, Jose was appointed to President Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing and since has published pieces on changing youth attitudes towards policing. Jose is a graduate of Hofstra University and dad of Amelie Soleil.

Board & Staff

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Julie Quinton
Director of Adult Literacy

Julie Quinton

Director of Adult Literacy

Julie Miles
Director of Development & Communications

Julie Miles

Director of Development & Communications

Chloe Tribich
Associate Development Director

Chloe Tribich

Associate Development Director

Javier H. Valdés
Co-Executive Director

Javier H. Valdés

Co-Executive Director

Javier H. Valdés is Co-Executive Director of Make the Road New York (MRNY) and Make the Road Action.  Most recently, he leads MRNY’s organizing team in securing historic victories for immigrant and tenant New Yorkers including the NYS Dream Act and restoration of driver’s licenses for all. Over the past decade, Javier has been critical in securing new policies that limit the local presence of federal immigration enforcement, improve the quality of affordable housing, expand translation and interpretation services at government offices, and reduce biased policing. He was also critical in securing the creation of the largest municipal identification card in the US and dramatically expanding guaranteed paid sick days for low-wage workers in New York City. In addition to MRNY’s organizing program, Javier supervises the youth program, including community schools and after-school youth programs, as well as the organization’s administrative and operations functions.

Javier has also been critical in expanding MRNY’s model across the US by helping to launch Make the Road organizations in New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Nevada. In his role as Chair of the Board, he helps lead the Center for Popular Democracy, our national sister organization. He is also Vice Chair of the Center for Popular Democracy Action, the group’s political arm.  He is Co-Chair of the Board of FIRM, the national immigrant rights organization. In 2013, President Barack Obama awarded Javier the White House Champions of Change Cesar Chavez Award.  He is founding member of the Flushing Meadow Corona Park Alliance,. He is Secretary of the Working Families Party in New York State.

He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and three kids.

Deborah L. Axt
Co-Executive Director

Deborah L. Axt

Co-Executive Director

Deborah Axt is Co-Executive Director of Make the Road New York. Deborah leads Make the Road’s low-wage worker organizing and policy work, as well as the organization’s 50-person legal department, all other education and survival services, and finance and development operations. She is one of the architects of the car wash campaign to organize car wash workers in NYC and the Committee for Better Banks, a national bank worker organization that helped to win abolition of predatory sales goals at Wells Fargo. She led the successful campaign to pass the Wage Theft Prevention Act in New York State; has helped to craft and win passage of numerous other pieces of city and state legislation; and is considered to be one of the nation’s leading experts on community-based worker organizing, wage theft, and workers’ rights enforcement. Deborah first joined Make the Road as a summer legal intern in 2000, then graduated magna cum laude from the Georgetown University Law Center and joined the staff full-time in 2002. She built the organization’s legal department before becoming Co-Executive Director in 2012. Before law school, Deborah worked as a union and community organizer, serving on the leadership teams of industry-wide initiatives in West Palm Beach, Florida; Los Angeles, California; and New Orleans, Louisiana. She teaches the Law, Organizing, and Social Change Clinic at the New York University law school. She helped to launch and now helps support Make the Road New Jersey, Make the Road Connecticut, and Make the Road Pennsylvania; and serves on the Board of Directors of the Center for Popular Democracy. She is the mom of Elijah and Zoe.

Theo Oshiro
Deputy Director

Theo Oshiro

Deputy Director

Theo oversees the services departments at Make the Road New York, including Adult Literacy and Health Advocacy, and serves as our lead health policy expert. A Peruvian immigrant raised in Queens, Theo has been recognized several times for his contributions to immigrant communities, winning the New York Lawyers for the Public Interest’s Felix A. Fishman Award. Theo was appointed by Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo to serve on city- and state-level policy task forces focused on immigrant health and health disparities. Theo joined Make the Road in 2005 after receiving a Master’s Degree from the University of Chicago. Since he began at Make the Road, he has been a leading fundraiser, building MRNY’s health access team from the ground up and expanding the organization’s overall services infrastructure by tripling our staff size across Legal Services, Health and Adult Education, and expanding services for members into our Long Island office. Theo helped lead Make the Road’s expansion into New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. From his post at Make the Road, Theo has been a leader in improving language access policies in New York City and State. Theo led MRNY’s advocacy that resulted in the passage of a city-level law and the state-level SafeRx legislation to require comprehensive interpretation and translation services to limited English proficient patients at chain and mail-order pharmacies.

Jose Lopez
Deputy Director

Jose Lopez

Deputy Director

Jose Lopez is Deputy Director of Make the Road New York. For two decades, Jose has demonstrated his commitment to Make the Road New York and the communities which we serve. Prior to being named Deputy Director, Jose served as Co-Director of Organizing where he helped to shape and deliver on impactful projects and policies in the arenas of housing, education, labor and police reform. His commitment and policy expertise on affordable housing and renters rights helped to secure the strongest rental protections passed in Albany in a generation. Outside of providing campaign support to our team of 44 organizers, Jose sits on the board of Communities United for Police Reform Action, a coalition committed to ending discriminatory and abusive policing in New York State. In December 2014, Jose was appointed to President Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing and since has published pieces on changing youth attitudes towards policing. Jose is a graduate of Hofstra University and dad of Amelie Soleil.

Shundiin Jakub
Director of Government Grants and Compliance

Shundiin Jakub

Director of Government Grants and Compliance

Becca Telzak
Director of Health Programs

Becca Telzak

Director of Health Programs

Arline Cruz
Associate Director of Health Programs

Arline Cruz

Associate Director of Health Programs

Antonia Genao
Director of Operations

Antonia Genao

Director of Operations

William Rosario
IT Director

William Rosario

IT Director

Fathima Torres
Director of Human Resources

Fathima Torres

Director of Human Resources

Kesi Foster
Co-Director of Youth Power Project

Kesi Foster

Co-Director of Youth Power Project

Sarah Landes
Youth Power Project Director

Sarah Landes

Youth Power Project Director

Daniel Altschuler
Director of Civic Engagement and Research

Daniel Altschuler

Director of Civic Engagement and Research

Julissa Bisono
Associate Organizing Director

Julissa Bisono

Associate Organizing Director

Yaritza Mendez
Associate Organizing Director

Yaritza Mendez

Associate Organizing Director

Kesi Foster
Co-Director of Youth Power Project

Kesi Foster

Co-Director of Youth Power Project

Sarah Landes
Youth Power Project Director

Sarah Landes

Youth Power Project Director

Sonia Sendoya
Community School Director - Brooklyn

Sonia Sendoya

Community School Director - Brooklyn

Kesi Foster
Co-Director of Youth Power Project

Kesi Foster

Co-Director of Youth Power Project

Sarah Landes
Youth Power Project Director

Sarah Landes

Youth Power Project Director

Ana Maria Archila
Board Co-Chair; Co-Executive Director, Center for Popular Democracy

Ana Maria Archila

Board Co-Chair; Co-Executive Director, Center for Popular Democracy

Daniel Altschuler
Director of Civic Engagement and Research

Daniel Altschuler

Director of Civic Engagement and Research

Julissa Bisono
Associate Organizing Director

Julissa Bisono

Associate Organizing Director

Becca Telzak
Director of Health Programs

Becca Telzak

Director of Health Programs

Sienna Fontaine
Legal Director

Sienna Fontaine

Legal Director

Arline Cruz
Associate Director of Health Programs

Arline Cruz

Associate Director of Health Programs

Antonia Genao
Director of Operations

Antonia Genao

Director of Operations

Yaritza Mendez
Associate Organizing Director

Yaritza Mendez

Associate Organizing Director

Julie Miles
Director of Development & Communications

Julie Miles

Director of Development & Communications

William Rosario
IT Director

William Rosario

IT Director

Fathima Torres
Director of Human Resources

Fathima Torres

Director of Human Resources

Chloe Tribich
Associate Development Director

Chloe Tribich

Associate Development Director

Javier H. Valdés
Co-Executive Director

Javier H. Valdés

Co-Executive Director

Javier H. Valdés is Co-Executive Director of Make the Road New York (MRNY) and Make the Road Action.  Most recently, he leads MRNY’s organizing team in securing historic victories for immigrant and tenant New Yorkers including the NYS Dream Act and restoration of driver’s licenses for all. Over the past decade, Javier has been critical in securing new policies that limit the local presence of federal immigration enforcement, improve the quality of affordable housing, expand translation and interpretation services at government offices, and reduce biased policing. He was also critical in securing the creation of the largest municipal identification card in the US and dramatically expanding guaranteed paid sick days for low-wage workers in New York City. In addition to MRNY’s organizing program, Javier supervises the youth program, including community schools and after-school youth programs, as well as the organization’s administrative and operations functions.

Javier has also been critical in expanding MRNY’s model across the US by helping to launch Make the Road organizations in New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Nevada. In his role as Chair of the Board, he helps lead the Center for Popular Democracy, our national sister organization. He is also Vice Chair of the Center for Popular Democracy Action, the group’s political arm.  He is Co-Chair of the Board of FIRM, the national immigrant rights organization. In 2013, President Barack Obama awarded Javier the White House Champions of Change Cesar Chavez Award.  He is founding member of the Flushing Meadow Corona Park Alliance,. He is Secretary of the Working Families Party in New York State.

He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and three kids.

Oona Chatterjee
Director of Strategic Initiatives, Center for Popular Democracy

Oona Chatterjee

Director of Strategic Initiatives, Center for Popular Democracy

Shundiin Jakub
Director of Government Grants and Compliance

Shundiin Jakub

Director of Government Grants and Compliance

Julie Quinton
Director of Adult Literacy

Julie Quinton

Director of Adult Literacy

Andrew Friedman
Co-Executive Director, Center for Popular Democracy

Andrew Friedman

Co-Executive Director, Center for Popular Democracy

Germán Jaramillo
Director, ID Studio Theater

Germán Jaramillo

Director, ID Studio Theater

Sonia Sendoya
Community School Director - Brooklyn

Sonia Sendoya

Community School Director - Brooklyn

Deborah L. Axt
Co-Executive Director

Deborah L. Axt

Co-Executive Director

Deborah Axt is Co-Executive Director of Make the Road New York. Deborah leads Make the Road’s low-wage worker organizing and policy work, as well as the organization’s 50-person legal department, all other education and survival services, and finance and development operations. She is one of the architects of the car wash campaign to organize car wash workers in NYC and the Committee for Better Banks, a national bank worker organization that helped to win abolition of predatory sales goals at Wells Fargo. She led the successful campaign to pass the Wage Theft Prevention Act in New York State; has helped to craft and win passage of numerous other pieces of city and state legislation; and is considered to be one of the nation’s leading experts on community-based worker organizing, wage theft, and workers’ rights enforcement. Deborah first joined Make the Road as a summer legal intern in 2000, then graduated magna cum laude from the Georgetown University Law Center and joined the staff full-time in 2002. She built the organization’s legal department before becoming Co-Executive Director in 2012. Before law school, Deborah worked as a union and community organizer, serving on the leadership teams of industry-wide initiatives in West Palm Beach, Florida; Los Angeles, California; and New Orleans, Louisiana. She teaches the Law, Organizing, and Social Change Clinic at the New York University law school. She helped to launch and now helps support Make the Road New Jersey, Make the Road Connecticut, and Make the Road Pennsylvania; and serves on the Board of Directors of the Center for Popular Democracy. She is the mom of Elijah and Zoe.

Theo Oshiro
Deputy Director

Theo Oshiro

Deputy Director

Theo oversees the services departments at Make the Road New York, including Adult Literacy and Health Advocacy, and serves as our lead health policy expert. A Peruvian immigrant raised in Queens, Theo has been recognized several times for his contributions to immigrant communities, winning the New York Lawyers for the Public Interest’s Felix A. Fishman Award. Theo was appointed by Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo to serve on city- and state-level policy task forces focused on immigrant health and health disparities. Theo joined Make the Road in 2005 after receiving a Master’s Degree from the University of Chicago. Since he began at Make the Road, he has been a leading fundraiser, building MRNY’s health access team from the ground up and expanding the organization’s overall services infrastructure by tripling our staff size across Legal Services, Health and Adult Education, and expanding services for members into our Long Island office. Theo helped lead Make the Road’s expansion into New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. From his post at Make the Road, Theo has been a leader in improving language access policies in New York City and State. Theo led MRNY’s advocacy that resulted in the passage of a city-level law and the state-level SafeRx legislation to require comprehensive interpretation and translation services to limited English proficient patients at chain and mail-order pharmacies.

Jose Lopez
Deputy Director

Jose Lopez

Deputy Director

Jose Lopez is Deputy Director of Make the Road New York. For two decades, Jose has demonstrated his commitment to Make the Road New York and the communities which we serve. Prior to being named Deputy Director, Jose served as Co-Director of Organizing where he helped to shape and deliver on impactful projects and policies in the arenas of housing, education, labor and police reform. His commitment and policy expertise on affordable housing and renters rights helped to secure the strongest rental protections passed in Albany in a generation. Outside of providing campaign support to our team of 44 organizers, Jose sits on the board of Communities United for Police Reform Action, a coalition committed to ending discriminatory and abusive policing in New York State. In December 2014, Jose was appointed to President Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing and since has published pieces on changing youth attitudes towards policing. Jose is a graduate of Hofstra University and dad of Amelie Soleil.

Ana Maria Archila
Board Co-Chair; Co-Executive Director, Center for Popular Democracy

Ana Maria Archila

Board Co-Chair; Co-Executive Director, Center for Popular Democracy

Natalia Audi

Natalia Audi

Oona Chatterjee
Director of Strategic Initiatives, Center for Popular Democracy

Oona Chatterjee

Director of Strategic Initiatives, Center for Popular Democracy

Lucia Diaz
Member - Parents In Action - Queens

Lucia Diaz

Member - Parents In Action - Queens

Augusto Fernandez
Member - Workers in Action - Brooklyn

Augusto Fernandez

Member - Workers in Action - Brooklyn

Andrew Friedman
Co-Executive Director, Center for Popular Democracy

Andrew Friedman

Co-Executive Director, Center for Popular Democracy

Israel Hernandez
Member - Parents In Action - Brooklyn

Israel Hernandez

Member - Parents In Action - Brooklyn

Claudio Felipe Idrova
Member - Environmental and Housing Justice Project - Queens

Claudio Felipe Idrova

Member - Environmental and Housing Justice Project - Queens

Germán Jaramillo
Director, ID Studio Theater

Germán Jaramillo

Director, ID Studio Theater

Jennifer McAllister-Nevins

Jennifer McAllister-Nevins

Aldo Padilla
Member - Civic Rights Immigrant Power Project - Staten Island

Aldo Padilla

Member - Civic Rights Immigrant Power Project - Staten Island

Gladys Puglla
Board Co-Chair; Member - Environmental and Housing Justice Project - Brooklyn

Gladys Puglla

Board Co-Chair; Member - Environmental and Housing Justice Project - Brooklyn

Reign Rolon
Member - Youth Power Project - Brooklyn

Reign Rolon

Member - Youth Power Project - Brooklyn

Irania Sanchez
Member - Civic Rights Immigrant Power Project - Brooklyn

Irania Sanchez

Member - Civic Rights Immigrant Power Project - Brooklyn

Reyna Sandoval
Member - Civic Rights Immigrant Power Project - Long Island

Reyna Sandoval

Member - Civic Rights Immigrant Power Project - Long Island

Olga Vasquez
Member - Westchester Committee

Olga Vasquez

Member - Westchester Committee

Emilio Velez
Member - Youth Power Project - Queens

Emilio Velez

Member - Youth Power Project - Queens

Gerardo Vital
Member - Civic Rights Immigrant Power Project - Queens

Gerardo Vital

Member - Civic Rights Immigrant Power Project - Queens

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