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Friday, April 26
 

9:00am

Morning Plenary
Speakers
avatar for Charles Lenchner

Charles Lenchner

Executive Director, Organizing 2.0
Charles Lenchner is co-founder of Organizing 2.0.
avatar for Sara Nelson

Sara Nelson

President, Association of Flight Attendants-CWA
Sara Nelson took office as the International President of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, AFL-CIO on June 1, 2014, and she is currently serving her second four-year term. Sara became a United Airlines Flight Attendant in 1996 and has been a union activist since nearly the... Read More →


Friday April 26, 2019 9:00am - 10:00am
18 B-D

10:15am

Building Online Actions That Matter.
Your Theory of Change is the strategic center of your work. For digital to be an effective component of your campaigns, your online actions must connect back to--and advance--your core strategy. With so many possible choices available, it's critical to assess each option to determine how it will move the central goals forward, and build to the next action. In this session, we'll review the steps to establish a theory of change, how to apply ToC to make decisions in a digital environment, and then learn through practice by applying digital strategies to a famous organizing campaign of the past.

Speakers
avatar for Evan Sutton

Evan Sutton

Founder, Firekit Campaigns
Evan Sutton is a digital and communications strategist with over a decade in politics, labor and issue advocacy. Beginning as a field organizer with President Obama's campaign in 2007, Evan served as Nevada Field Director with Organizing for American, Communications Director at the... Read More →



Friday April 26, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
19C

10:15am

Intro to Facebook for Organizing
Facebook isn't just for sharing family photos: it's a powerful venue for organizing and activism. If you or your organization are new to using Facebook for organizing and activism this session is for you. Learn about making effective Pages and Groups, tagging, events, graphics and more.

Speakers
avatar for Sebastian Barreneche

Sebastian Barreneche

Lead Communications Associate, Make the Road
Sebastian Barreneche is Lead Communications Associate for Make the Road New York. He is a social entrepreneur and documentary filmmaker specializing in creativity and ingenuity for social good.
AH

Asher Huey

American Federation of Teachers



Friday April 26, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
19th Floor Computer Lab

10:15am

From a "Like" to a Leader: Using Facebook to Organize Workers (Intermediate-Advanced)
Using social media to move your message or share memes isn’t enough to build a movement. Talking about online-to-offline should mean much more than event turnout. These are real tools to build real power. Sol Freire and Kelcie Glass will share their experiences using social media to organize workers and build power. They’ll discuss how to proactively find new supporters, how to use public and private social media pages to build a community, how to use comments and messaging to identify key individuals, and how to build an online-to-offline pipeline to connect individuals with ‘real-world’ organizers and create a movement.

Slides @ http://bit.ly/Like2Leader 

Speakers
avatar for Sol Freire

Sol Freire

Digital Director, New York Communities for Change
Sol Freire has been with New York Communities for Change since 2016, first as its Digital Organizer and currently as its Digital Director. In these roles, she helped to organize a national network of over 1,000 bank workers to successfully expose the wrongdoings of Wells Fargo, and... Read More →
avatar for Kelcie Glass

Kelcie Glass

Social Media Organizer, Concerted Action
Kelcie’s communications career and projects force her to be ahead of the social media curve, and to find new and innovative ways for organizations to connect with consumers, members, and allies. She maximizes the effectiveness of social media channels for her clients, by creating... Read More →


Friday April 26, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
18 B-D

10:15am

Why is My Email Going to Spam? Learn deliverability from Action Network
You spend hours writing an email, crafting the perfect message and designing the perfect button. Your email goes to spam -- what do you do?

Join us for a deep dive into email deliverability. We will cover how email providers determine what’s spam and what isn’t, and how you can adjust your email program to ensure your emails make it to inboxes. You’ll walk away with concrete next steps to improve your email deliverability.



Speakers
avatar for Shabab Siddiqui

Shabab Siddiqui

Action Network
Shabab is a Member Coordinator with the Action Builder team, where he provides training, onboarding, and support to help partners and their organizing programs. Prior to joining Action Builder, Shabab worked on statewide electoral campaigns in Virginia, Louisiana, and Nevada. Most... Read More →
avatar for Amy Chin-Lai

Amy Chin-Lai

Partner Resource Coordinator at Action Network, Action Network
Amy Chin-Lai (she/her) is passionate about mobilizing progressive activism through great technology. As the Partner Resource Coordinator at Action Network, Amy supports and trains organizers on how to use the tools effectively and reach higher levels of engagement. When Amy is not... Read More →


Friday April 26, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
19A

10:15am

Birddogging 101
The escalation of activism demands for a middle step between requests and grievances, a form of lobbying that isn't done behind closed doors and truly holds public officials accountable: The answer is a tactic called "Birddogging."


Birddogging is when you ask a public official or aspiring candidate to do something you care about, in person, and in public. Birddoggers apply pressure directly to a target who has the power to give us what we want, and it WORKS! Al Gore was birddogged before issuing support for cheaper AIDS drugs in Africa. McCain was birddogged before he cast his vote that saved the ACA.


In this training, we teach you how to step up and make your legislators work for you: We teach you how to birddog.

Speakers
avatar for Jaron Benjamin

Jaron Benjamin

Vice President for Community Mobilization Advocacy Department, Housing Works, Inc
Jaron Benjamin is the vice president for community mobilization for Housing Works, Inc and is involved in Birddog Nation, a nation-wide effort that stopped the repeal of the Affordable Care Act in 2017. He also coordinates the "Act Now, End AIDS" coalition, a nationwide partnership... Read More →
avatar for Darius Khalil Gordon

Darius Khalil Gordon

National Field Organizer, Center for Popular Democracy
Darius Khalil Gordon is the new National Field Organizer for the Center for Popular Democracy. Part of the Fight Back initiative, Darius plans on bringing his energy and years of experience as a lead organizer for Citizen Action of New York and National Organizer for the Gathering... Read More →


Friday April 26, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
19th floor Conference Room

10:15am

Using Pop Culture Authentically in Your Campaigns When You’re Trying to Change the World
Pop culture is powerful and organizers have been incorporating it into campaigns more and more - but not every campaign experiences success and buy-in with fans! In this session, we'll explore how to find and engage key fan partners, identify and build different types of pop culture campaigns, and turn fans into engaged, impactful activists!

Speakers
avatar for Elana Levin

Elana Levin

Co-Executive Director, Organizing 2.0 / New Media Mentors
Seeing the need for a digital skills training conference for labor unions and community organizations Elana co-founded Organizing 2.0 almost a decade ago. She now serves as Program Director for New Media Mentors, the training partner of the Netroots Nation conference, helping progressive... Read More →
avatar for Katie Bowers

Katie Bowers

Campaigns Director, Harry Potter Alliance
As the Campaigns Director for the Harry Potter Alliance, Katie Bowers has organized thousands of fans across the globe to make a difference on gender equity, LGBTQ+ rights, literacy, access to education, and more. An avid reader with a desire to do good, Katie has been integrating... Read More →



Friday April 26, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
19B

11:25am

Design for Non-Designers
No Photoshop? No Problem! Learn about the fundamental elements of graphic design. In this session, will go over the basic principles of design that will make your images and projects look professional and communicate effectively. No experience with design softwear necessary.

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth McKenna

Elizabeth McKenna

Communications Director, Carpenters


Friday April 26, 2019 11:25am - 12:25pm
18th Floor Computer Lab

11:25am

Twitter for Absolute Beginners
Never Tweeted before? Whether you don’t even have an account or set one up and never figured out how to use it this session is for you. What is a hashtag anyway? Find out!


Speakers
avatar for Sebastian Barreneche

Sebastian Barreneche

Lead Communications Associate, Make the Road
Sebastian Barreneche is Lead Communications Associate for Make the Road New York. He is a social entrepreneur and documentary filmmaker specializing in creativity and ingenuity for social good.
AH

Asher Huey

American Federation of Teachers


Friday April 26, 2019 11:25am - 12:25pm
19th Floor Computer Lab

11:25am

Digital Fundraising 101
Now more than ever, people across the country are looking for a way to participate in our political system and advocate for the issues they care about. By engaging small-dollar donors, you can build a movement that has the money and the community support it takes to win. In this training, grassroots fundraising experts from ActBlue, a nonprofit online fundraising platform, will teach you how to build a robust email list, some best practices for starting your digital fundraising program, how to engage small-dollar donors, and more.

Speakers
avatar for Adri Rosembert

Adri Rosembert

Nonprofit Outreach Manager, ActBlue
Adri is a Nonprofit Outreach Manager on the Outreach team at ActBlue. They joined the Nonprofit team after a few years of organizing, facilitating, and doing advocacy work focused on economic justice at a women's shelter in Boston, which was especially important to them as a Boston... Read More →
avatar for Sara Kerrigan

Sara Kerrigan

Email Director, ActBlue
Sara Kerrigan is the Email Director at ActBlue, where she oversees the email fundraising program. She previously worked as Deputy Email Director at the Democratic National Committee during the 2018 election cycle and is originally from Charleston, S.C.



Friday April 26, 2019 11:25am - 12:25pm
19C

11:25am

YouTube
YouTube is more important than ever yet it is being ceded to right wing conspiracy theories. Meanwhile there are amazing progressives making videos. Let's dive in. We will also give tips on how to improve your youtube Channel.

Speakers
avatar for Charles Lenchner

Charles Lenchner

Executive Director, Organizing 2.0
Charles Lenchner is co-founder of Organizing 2.0.


Friday April 26, 2019 11:25am - 12:25pm
19th floor Conference Room

11:25am

Twitter for Organizing, Intermediate
Ok, so you have a Twitter account, you tweet fairly regularly. But what is your strategy for growing your account and reaching your goals? We will discuss some intermediate level Twitter tactics around live tweeting events, the algorithm, developing better hashtags, the value of having a personal account in addition to having an organizational one and more!

If you haven't tweeted before please attend the beginner session happening at the same time. 

Speakers
avatar for Laura Packard

Laura Packard

Digital/New Nedia and Communications Strategist, PowerThru Consulting
Laura Packard is a digital/new media and communications strategist, progressive political consultant, voting rights and health care advocate, writer, and small business owner, currently based in Las Vegas. She has worked on Democratic campaigns from city council to U.S. Senate and... Read More →
avatar for Elana Levin

Elana Levin

Co-Executive Director, Organizing 2.0 / New Media Mentors
Seeing the need for a digital skills training conference for labor unions and community organizations Elana co-founded Organizing 2.0 almost a decade ago. She now serves as Program Director for New Media Mentors, the training partner of the Netroots Nation conference, helping progressive... Read More →



Friday April 26, 2019 11:25am - 12:25pm
19B

11:25am

Building Better Coalitions: How to build coalitions that people don’t hate!
Watch livestream of this session!
None of us would disagree with the adage “there is power in coalition”. The advantages of working in coalition are pretty clear: They can help us collectively WIN on issues we couldn’t on our own, build relationships with organizations we wouldn’t otherwise work with, expand our resources,...the list goes on. Nonetheless, many of us have had some pretty BAD experiences working in coalition — When they aren’t run well, coalitions can be frustrating, time-consuming, and unproductive spaces. In this workshop you will learn how to build strong coalitions that people actually WANT to participate in!


Speakers
avatar for Malika Conner

Malika Conner

Senior Organizer for Anti-Displacement, Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development
Malika Conner is the Senior Organizer for Anti-Displacement at ANHD. Malika works with ANHD members and allies on campaigns to preserve affordable housing, prevent displacement and harassment, and strengthen tenants’ rights. Malika has worked as an organizer and social worker across... Read More →
avatar for Armando Moritz-Chapelliquen

Armando Moritz-Chapelliquen

Senior Economic Development Organizer, Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development
Armando Moritz-Chapelliquen is the Senior Economic Development Organizer at ANHD. Armando engages with member groups and allies to advance economic justice through organizing and advocacy campaigns. Beyond the cause of equity, he enjoys relaxing with his wife, philosophy, and his... Read More →



Friday April 26, 2019 11:25am - 12:25pm
18 B-D

12:35pm

Hyperlocal- expanding the electorate one neighborhood at a time
The 2020 elections will be all about hyper-local, authentic stories. Sincere messaging matters. A voter who doesn’t feel represented is a voter who may not make it to the polls.  2020 campaigns on both sides of the aisle are using hyper-local digital organizing as a path to an expanded electorate.  It doesn’t take a big budget to make a difference.
You can expand the reach of your canvass with very short videos from neighborhood activists targeted  to your canvass turf. Hear directly from a Milwaukee activist about getting involved in the midterm elections and how sharing her voting story made an impact on her whole community. 



Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth Strater

Elizabeth Strater

Strategic Campaigns, Consultant
Elizabeth Strater is a strategic campaigns consultant and digital organizer, based in Los Angeles. Her work focuses on moving human narrative strategies for corporate governance, organized labor and progressive political campaigns. Currently working with the United Farm Workers- ¡Si... Read More →
avatar for laura moran

laura moran

Digital Organizer, Service Employees International Union
avatar for Tautianna Stringer

Tautianna Stringer

Fight for $15 Activist
Tautianna Stringer is a product of 53206, the poverty stricken zip code in Milwaukee, WI that boasts the highest percentage of incarcerated Black males in America. Growing up in this neighborhood she has seen first hand the generational lack that a disenfranchised people often suffer... Read More →


Friday April 26, 2019 12:35pm - 1:35pm
19C

12:35pm

Lunch Plenary: Right Wing Extremism Online: Learning the lessons and fighting back
How did right-wing extremists take over social media to impact an election, popular culture and even the tone of conversation online? What can we learn from their strategies and what can we do to address this crisis? How have right-wing figures  been successful in working the refs and manipulating tech giants into catering to the right? Cristina Lopez G leads Media Matters' research into the forces that feed bigotry and the platforms it proliferates in as Deputy Director for Extremism.

She'll be sharing her team’s research into far-right extremism online and into the ways that far-right rhetoric jumps from digital platform to digital platform, how tech algorithms aid radicalization, the anti-conservative tech bias hoax, and what we can do about it.

Speakers
avatar for Cristina López G.

Cristina López G.

Deputy Director for Extremism, Media Matters
Cristina López G. is a Salvadoran immigrant with an undergraduate law degree from Escuela Superior de Economía y Negocios (ESEN), and a masters in public policy from Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy. She joined Media Matters in 2014 focusing on immigration... Read More →
avatar for Elana Levin

Elana Levin

Co-Executive Director, Organizing 2.0 / New Media Mentors
Seeing the need for a digital skills training conference for labor unions and community organizations Elana co-founded Organizing 2.0 almost a decade ago. She now serves as Program Director for New Media Mentors, the training partner of the Netroots Nation conference, helping progressive... Read More →


Friday April 26, 2019 12:35pm - 1:35pm
18 B-D

1:45pm

So, You Need a Website?
Where do you begin identifying a vendor, determining your needs and choosing the right website platform? We'll walk you through the process of hiring a vendor at various price-points, what a discovery process is, what is User Experience Design and more.

Speakers
avatar for Kyla Knight

Kyla Knight

User Experience Design Consultant
I am a genderfluid dyke who is an issue based grassroots activist turned grassroots-tech nerd. You may have seen me at a protest, or at events/rallies that I've helped put together around NYC over the years. Recently, I have dedicated myself mostly to UX Research for civic-tech startups... Read More →
avatar for Laura Packard

Laura Packard

Digital/New Nedia and Communications Strategist, PowerThru Consulting
Laura Packard is a digital/new media and communications strategist, progressive political consultant, voting rights and health care advocate, writer, and small business owner, currently based in Las Vegas. She has worked on Democratic campaigns from city council to U.S. Senate and... Read More →


Friday April 26, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm
19A

1:45pm

Making the News: Press for Events
Ever wondered why no one showed up when you sent out a press release about your event or action? This workshop is for organizers and activists who want to learn how to get media to cover their campaigns and actions. We will talk about how to design actions that are newsworthy, how to do outreach to press, and how to use press and digital tools to create a buzz around your campaign. We will also cover media basics like messaging, press releases, media advisories, letters to the editor and op-eds. Facilitated by Naomi Dann and Trevor Smith, media strategists with the New York Civil Liberties Union.

Speakers
avatar for Naomi Dann

Naomi Dann

Media Strategist, New York Civil Liberties Union
Naomi Dann is a media strategist at the New York Civil Liberties Union. She has five years of experience working with grassroots organizations to amplify their campaigns in the news.
avatar for Trevor Smith

Trevor Smith

Media Strategist, New York Civil Liberties Union
Trevor Smith is a media strategist at the New York Civil Liberties Union. He brings communications expertise from his work for non-profit public relations group M + R and with the organization Pay Our Interns.


Friday April 26, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm
19C

1:45pm

Instagram for Organizers
Instagram is the #1 social media platform for teenagers, used by 72% of teens and even 59% of young adults. It isn’t just an image-sharing platform it’s a storytelling platform of increasing importance. Learn how activists and politicians are using Instagram to reach young audiences and even mobilize them.

Speakers
avatar for Kat Brezler

Kat Brezler

Public School Teacher, New York State United Teachers
Kat Brezler is a public school teacher and community activist who is just coming off a campaign for NYS Senate where, though unsuccessful, she helped shape the debate on important progressive issues like the environment, healthcare, public education, and campaign finance reform.Kat... Read More →


Friday April 26, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm
19B

1:45pm

Start MOBILE-izing Your Base: Getting Started with SMS for Campaigns
With 95% of Americans owning a mobile phone, organizations and campaigns without a mobile (SMS) program are missing key opportunities. Mobile is the best direct response tool to reach, engage and activate donors, supporters, volunteers & voters. With response rates 4X what we see on email, more organizations are integrating SMS into their digital and field programs. But, with so many different platforms out there it’s hard to make head or tails over which one is best for your needs. This training will cover why your campaign or organization should be investing in mobile (SMS), the differences between peer-to-peer and broadcast texting and how you can use both effectively.


Speakers
avatar for Sandi Fox

Sandi Fox

Founder, Smart As A Fox LLC
Sandi Fox is the founder of Smart As A Fox LLC, a digital strategy firm and CEO of Smart As A Fox Mobile Messaging, a broadcast text messaging (SMS) platform for small to mid-size organizations and campaigns. She has more than 12 years of digital strategy experience across multiple... Read More →



Friday April 26, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm
19th floor Conference Room

1:45pm

Social Media Tool-Kits for Events and Actions
As digital strategists we're constantly responding to constant threats to our communities and democracy. How do we build digital capacity with our partners while ensure that our messaging and communications spread far and why? Learn about best practices in creating Rapid Response Digital kits/guides for your campaigns and organizations and how Facebook ads can help expand and support your Rapid Response work. Digital kits/guides are essential components in any campaign and event production while they assist in expanding the digital footprint/brand. We'll share best practices, tools, templates and sample kits for you to use in your campaigns.

Speakers
avatar for Megan Jackson

Megan Jackson

Digital Campaign Strategist, Center for popular democracy
Megan joins the Center for Popular Democracy as a Digital Campaign Strategist after serving as the organization's first Digital Fellow. As Digital Campaign Strategist, she works closely with members of CPD's Public Affairs and Strategic Communications team to develop and execute robust... Read More →


Friday April 26, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm
18 B-D

1:45pm

Digital Security: a process, not a status
"Digital security" is comprised of physical security, operational security, and informational security. This session will outline security protocols to consider for each of these three dimensions. Additionally, we will discuss and compare the merits of various "active" and "passive" security protocols.

Speakers

Friday April 26, 2019 1:45pm - 2:45pm
18th Floor Computer Lab

2:55pm

Facebook Ads for Beginners
Facebook ads are easy and affordable. This beginner sessions will go over what the ads are, how you set them up, and best practices for online FB advertising. We’re not talking Cambridge Analytica stealing your data practices; this is how to easily and ethically target people on Facebook so that your message is seen by more people.

Speakers
AH

Asher Huey

American Federation of Teachers



Friday April 26, 2019 2:55pm - 3:55pm
18th Floor Computer Lab

2:55pm

An Organizer's Guide to Chatbots, Apps and Artificial Intelligence
Social justice organizations are using these new technologies to save time so they can focus on their missions. And no, YOU don't need to be a coder to use OUR tools. We'll show examples of live-streaming apps as well as describe how we make Chatbots -- AI programs which can answer user questions by simulating human conversation. Attendees will get a sense of how these tools can help orgs better serve their constituents, mobilize activists, and cultivate donors. We will be joined by Dan Schlademan, co-founder of OURWalmart.

Speakers
DS

Daniel Schlademan

United for Respect
avatar for Jason Van Anden

Jason Van Anden

Founder and CEO, Quadrant 2
Jason Van Anden is an artist, software developer, and a pioneering APPTIVIST. He is the founder and CEO of Quadrant 2 which pivoted in 2011 into the social impact space with the launch of “I’m Getting Arrested,” the world’s first Panic Button for mobile. Subsequently, he and Quadrant 2 have worked with a range of social justice organizations to help empower citizens and activists, including non-unionized workers, victims of police misconduct, as well as immigrants facing down ICE... Read More →



Friday April 26, 2019 2:55pm - 3:55pm
19th floor Conference Room

2:55pm

Choosing a CRM or Database
Everyone needs a Constituent Relationship Manager database,  platforms for sending emails and petition and other data management systems to keep their organizing data, well, organized. But how do you choose the right one for your needs? We'll offer an unvarnished look at the options and facts to consider when choosing a CRM or email provider.

Speakers
avatar for Charles Lenchner

Charles Lenchner

Executive Director, Organizing 2.0
Charles Lenchner is co-founder of Organizing 2.0.


Friday April 26, 2019 2:55pm - 3:55pm
19th Floor Computer Lab

2:55pm

Online to Offline: 5 Principles of Building REAL Digital Engagement
You can turn online petition signatures into rally attendance when you move supporters up the Ladder of Engagement. Learn how to use online organizing to grow your offline presence and use offline events to grow your email list, text list and more. We'll discuss how to integrate digital organizing into the organizing you do every day.

Watch a video of this presentation

Speakers
avatar for Elana Levin

Elana Levin

Co-Executive Director, Organizing 2.0 / New Media Mentors
Seeing the need for a digital skills training conference for labor unions and community organizations Elana co-founded Organizing 2.0 almost a decade ago. She now serves as Program Director for New Media Mentors, the training partner of the Netroots Nation conference, helping progressive... Read More →
avatar for Natasha Madison

Natasha Madison

Director of Community and Partnerships, New/Mode
At New/Mode, Natasha is building a strong and supportive ecosystem of empowered campaigners, technology providers, expert strategists and movement partners. Prior to joining New/Mode, Natasha was the Digital Director at cStreet Campaigns where she helped labour, NGO and political... Read More →



Friday April 26, 2019 2:55pm - 3:55pm
18 B-D

2:55pm

How Deep Canvassing helped flip Staten Island and may be key to flipping the country
Deep canvassing is the most effective form of voter persuasion ever measured. Yet organizations rarely invest in anything even close to it. Come learn how an organization of concerned citizens used deep canvassing to help tip the balance in one of the biggest congressional election upsets in the 2018 midterms, and is now building on that success by building an army of deep canvassers in battleground states. Come hear how this relational approach to politics may be central to taking back our gerrymandered country, and is an essential tool to keep in the progressive tool box. This workshop will include background information on what is deep canvassing, video footage of successful deep canvassing and some exercises on how best to prepare for it as a canvasser yourself.

https://www.thenation.com/article/the-conversations-democrats-need-to-be-having/


https://nowthisnews.com/videos/politics/deep-canvassing-helped-elect-democrat-max-rose-in-staten-island


www.ctctogether.org


Speakers
avatar for Adam Barbanel-Fried

Adam Barbanel-Fried

Founder and Director, Changing the Conversation Together
Adam Barbanel-Fried is founding Director of Changing the Conversation Together (CTC) an organization of concerned citizens using the evidence-based strategy of deep canvassing to combat the politics of hate and elect a qualified and compassionate president in 2020. After playing... Read More →



Friday April 26, 2019 2:55pm - 3:55pm
19B

4:05pm

Afternoon Plenary
Friday April 26, 2019 4:05pm - 5:05pm
18 B-D
 
Saturday, April 27
 

9:00am

10:15am

Digital Fundraising 101
Now more than ever, people across the country are looking for a way to participate in our political system and advocate for the issues they care about. By engaging small-dollar donors, you can build a movement that has the money and the community support it takes to win. In this training, grassroots fundraising experts from ActBlue, a nonprofit online fundraising platform, will teach you how to build a robust email list, some best practices for starting your digital fundraising program, how to engage small-dollar donors, and more.


Speakers
avatar for Adri Rosembert

Adri Rosembert

Nonprofit Outreach Manager, ActBlue
Adri is a Nonprofit Outreach Manager on the Outreach team at ActBlue. They joined the Nonprofit team after a few years of organizing, facilitating, and doing advocacy work focused on economic justice at a women's shelter in Boston, which was especially important to them as a Boston... Read More →
avatar for Sara Kerrigan

Sara Kerrigan

Email Director, ActBlue
Sara Kerrigan is the Email Director at ActBlue, where she oversees the email fundraising program. She previously worked as Deputy Email Director at the Democratic National Committee during the 2018 election cycle and is originally from Charleston, S.C.



Saturday April 27, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
18th Floor Computer Lab

10:15am

Panel: We've Integrated Digital Organizing Into Our Work and So Can you!
Community-based organizations and groups like the Bronx Defenders, New York Communities for Change and VOCAL-NY integrate digital organizing into their core organizing and communications strategies. Hear how they overcame organizational and skills-based barriers, managed these transitions and made a difference in their organizing work. Leave inspired to make the change wherever you work!

Speakers
avatar for Sol Freire

Sol Freire

Digital Director, New York Communities for Change
Sol Freire has been with New York Communities for Change since 2016, first as its Digital Organizer and currently as its Digital Director. In these roles, she helped to organize a national network of over 1,000 bank workers to successfully expose the wrongdoings of Wells Fargo, and... Read More →
avatar for Charles Lenchner

Charles Lenchner

Executive Director, Organizing 2.0
Charles Lenchner is co-founder of Organizing 2.0.
avatar for Andrea Bichan

Andrea Bichan

Communications and Development Director, VOCAL-NY
Andrea Bichan joined VOCAL-NY in 2016 and oversees all of its communications and development activities and strategy, including the party of the year–the organization’s annual gala. Under her leadership, VOCAL-NY's digital footprint has doubled and earned media has increased by... Read More →
avatar for Carmen Pineiro

Carmen Pineiro

Director of Organizing and Community Engagement, The Bronx Defenders
Carmen Pineiro was born and raised in the Bronx. She has been organizing communities for over 17 years particularly focused in the Bronx and East Harlem. She is fluent in Spanish and has an Associate’s Degree in Paralegal Studies from Bronx Community College as well as a Bachelor’s... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
19th floor Conference Room

10:15am

Using Facebook to Organize Workers (for advanced beginner & intermediate level FB users)
Facebook isn’t just for catching up with friends and family — we can use online organizing to quickly scale our campaigns and become more effective organizers. In this session, you will learn how to use Facebook to find the workers you are looking for and build a list of potential members ready to take offline action. We will cover the basics of Facebook ads, setting-up and growing a Facebook page, and creating Facebook group communities for the express purpose of worker organizing.


Speakers
avatar for Aneta Molenda

Aneta Molenda

United for Respect
Aneta comes to digital organizing via the labor movement. She has worked as a field organizer with the New York Taxi Workers Alliance and helped launched an alt-labor organizing program at Working America. She has consulted on digital strategy for various organizations including the... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
19B

10:15am

How to stay focused and fabulous: self care on the internet
Do you find yourself getting down after time online? drained by conversation/debates/ virtual rants? Join us for a lively interactive session on how to build more capacity and resilience for the road until the 2020 election and beyond. We'll share practical tips and tools for how to keep internet discourse from making you more stressed and miserable and ways to sustain yourself for the long haul.

Saturday April 27, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
19th Floor Computer Lab

10:15am

Iconic: Making Images that Make a Difference in your Campaign
Whether on screens or in the streets humans reactions, on an instinctive level, come from what we see. So why does so much of what we see at protests, on flyers or in social media look the same? We’ve all seen powerful examples of politically minded photography, graphic design and illustration that are truly inspiring. You can do it too!

The movements and moments that make a difference are built on imagery that connects with the people it seeks to mobilize. Understanding how images work is the first step to applying powerful visual language to your campaigns. The imagery we use to communicate our campaigns doesn't have to be the most polished but it does have to be strategic.

In this session we will examine iconic imagery, and and help you apply these strategies regardless of your artistic skill (or lack thereof). 

Speakers
avatar for Elana Levin

Elana Levin

Co-Executive Director, Organizing 2.0 / New Media Mentors
Seeing the need for a digital skills training conference for labor unions and community organizations Elana co-founded Organizing 2.0 almost a decade ago. She now serves as Program Director for New Media Mentors, the training partner of the Netroots Nation conference, helping progressive... Read More →
avatar for Ange Tran

Ange Tran

Visual Communications Strategist and Designer
Ange Tran is a visual communications strategist and designer with a wide range of creative and production experience. For over ten years she has served grassroot, labor, coalition and not for profit organizations (of diverse constituencies and with varied expertise on issues, state/federal... Read More →



Saturday April 27, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
19C

10:15am

X Marks the Spot: Power Analysis for Targeting Your Campaign
You've got an issue and a goal, now it's time to turn it into a campaign. How do we figure out who to target to get what we want? We'll discuss ways of power mapping your issue, criteria for targets, and how picking a clear target can shape your story and increase your power to win!

Speakers
avatar for Katie Unger

Katie Unger

Strategic Consultant, Katie Unger Consulting
Katie Unger is an independent strategic advisor and trainer for social justice and labor organizations and a fourth-generation activist based in NYC. She works with movement organizations to build capacity for strategic research, campaign design and planning, and leadership development... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 10:15am - 11:15am
18 B-D

11:25am

Devastating Emails! Write Emails Your List Will Want to Open
I bet you get at least 100 emails a day from different organizations and causes. But which ones do you open and click? In this session, you'll learn basic structure of writing an email, generating a great subject line, and explore different writing styles for effective engagement. We'll also cover fundraising tips & strategies to make it rain without burning your list.

Speakers
avatar for Sara Ackerman

Sara Ackerman

Senior Digital Campaigner, Working Families Party
Sara is the Senior Digital Campaigner at Working Families Party -- working to elect the next generation of progressive leaders and fighting for an economy that works for all of us. Sara has more than a decade of experience working for progressive organizations, companies, and campaigns... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 11:25am - 12:25pm
19C

11:25am

LiveStreaming
Facebook wants you to livestream your rallies and events-- your pages' fans want you to do it too! We'll talk about how to go live at a rally/protest and the top tricks to make your live stream get broadcast far and wide.

Speakers
EP

Ericka Persson

Working Families Party


Saturday April 27, 2019 11:25am - 12:25pm
19A

11:25am

ALERTA! Utilizing textos in English y Espanol to organize
Are you trying to turn people out to actions, get petition signatures, and/or drive calls to policy makers? Learn strategies and tactics for how to build your Spanish SMS lists and build with immigrant communities.


Speakers
avatar for Nancy Trevino

Nancy Trevino

Fair Immigration Reform Movement/ FIRM Action
Nancy Treviño is from Miami, FL where she began her community organizing work as a youth and labor organizer. Her passion is building power with communities directly impacted by structural racism to dismantle systemic oppression.



Saturday April 27, 2019 11:25am - 12:25pm
18th Floor Computer Lab

11:25am

Reimaging Voter Contact on Ocasio2018

Without corporate money, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's campaign relied on people power and grassroots energy. To harness that energy as effectively as possible, we invented a mobile app called Reach. By giving volunteers the ability to capture valuable data from every voter interaction (no matter when or where it happened), this tool enabled new options of canvassing that simply weren't possible before. This session will explore those new tactics and methods. We will work through the mechanics of the tools and the ideas behind the broader strategies, drawing lessons from dozens of campaigns which have been implementing them so you can apply them to your next field program and truly meet voters where they are.

Speakers
RC

Rapi Castillo

Reach Progress PBC
JD

Jake DeGroot

Co-Founder, Reach Progress PBC


Saturday April 27, 2019 11:25am - 12:25pm
19B

11:25am

The New Kids on the NYC Organizing Block
Get Organized Brooklyn? WHARR? Indivisible Nation BK? A revitalized Democratic Socialists of America? Who are these new organizations getting New Yorkers involved in political activism who've never been involved at the local level before? What can organizers both new and established learn from how they've mobilized support around wonky issues in previously low profile elections?

Speakers
MR

Maia Rosenberg

Organizing 2.0
avatar for Daniel Altschuler

Daniel Altschuler

Managing Director, Make the Road Action
Daniel Altschuler is the Managing Director of Make the Road Action (which operates in Connecticut, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania) and the Director of Civic Engagement and Research at Make the Road New York (MRNY).  Daniel is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Service of NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. He holds a doctorate in Politics and a Masters in Development Studies from the University of Oxford, where he studied as a Rhodes Scholar. Twitter... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 11:25am - 12:25pm
19th floor Conference Room

11:25am

Trouble in the Bubble: Workers organizing in tech
In NYC and worldwide, tech workers are organizing themselves to build power, improve workplace conditions, and change the narrative of the industry. If you want to get involved as a tech worker or ally, come to this session.

Speakers
SM

Sylvia Morse

Project Manager, Center for Family Life
Sylvia Morse is the Project Manager in Center for Family Life in Sunset Park’s Cooperative Development Program, where she has helped develop Up & Go/ upandgo.coop, a platform for home cleanings in NYC that is owned and controlled by domestic workers. Sylvia is an urban planner and a lifelong New Yorker... Read More →
AH

ann haeyoung

Tech Workers Coalition
Ann joined Tech Workers Coalition NY in February and has been active in the environment working group. This is her first experience with labor organizing. In the past, she's worked to form a responsible data use policy group internally at a large tech company to tackle issues of privacy... Read More →
RP

Ross Patton

Tech Workers Coalition
Ross Patton is a software engineer who joined Tech Workers Coalition (NYC) in October and worked on the HQ2 fight. Before that, he was active in NYC-DSA, working mostly on digital security issues and the Boycott B&H campaign.
avatar for Danny Spitzberg

Danny Spitzberg

Tech Workers Coalition
Danny Spitzberg is a sociologist and user researcher. He works on cooperatively-owned platforms, volunteers with Tech Workers Coalition in the Bay Area, and coordinates buytwitter.org, a campaign to turn Twitter into a public utility... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 11:25am - 12:25pm
19th Floor Computer Lab

11:25am

Building Power from the Ground Up: Distributed Organizing and Technology
Organizing is hard... and technology should not make it harder. In this session, participants will take join in a discussion about the opportunities and challenges in distributed organizing, and how technology -- including a new tool, Action Builder -- can be a part of that. 

Speakers
avatar for Shabab Siddiqui

Shabab Siddiqui

Action Network
Shabab is a Member Coordinator with the Action Builder team, where he provides training, onboarding, and support to help partners and their organizing programs. Prior to joining Action Builder, Shabab worked on statewide electoral campaigns in Virginia, Louisiana, and Nevada. Most... Read More →
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Dylan Easterday

Working Families Party



Saturday April 27, 2019 11:25am - 12:45pm
18 A

12:35pm

Lunchtime Plenary: "So, you aren't from around here": Engaging in Culturally Competent Organizing Practices
All too often organizers (often white), show up in communities they are unfamiliar with (often of color) without understanding all the systemic and structural barriers communities face day-to-day and over the long haul. Join us for a conversation on what organizers need to know to organize in a way that recognizes the full humanity of the communities they are organizing with and start to build towards more justice filled movements.

Speakers
DS

Dara Silverman

Strozzi Institute and Generative Somatics
Dara Silverman is a consultant, somatic coach and trainer with 20 years in with organizations and movements for social, racial, economic and gender justice. She partners with women of color to lead organizational change and leadership development initiatives centering racial justice... Read More →
avatar for Brittny Baxter

Brittny Baxter

The Principal Consultant, Ladders to Success, LLC
Brittny Baxter is a Maryland based Consultant and Organizer. The Principal Consultant for Ladders to Success, LLC, she works with C3 and C4 organizations to develop culturally considerate strategies, programs and trainings. Brittny has organized in various capacities over the past... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 12:35pm - 1:35pm
18 B-D

12:35pm

Memes Trump and the Future of Organizing
If President Trump has taught the left anything it's that Pepe the Frog may not have an army but he has voters. How do we understand this  and how can we compete. 

Speakers
avatar for Caleb-Michael Files

Caleb-Michael Files

Senior Digital Strategist, AFL-CIO
Caleb-Michael Files is a Senior Digital Strategist at the AFL-CIO. They have been with the federation for over a year, previously Caleb-Michael was a digital content + community, manager at Purpose in NYC. Caleb-Michael resides in Washington, D.C. with his husband, Gerardo and two... Read More →
avatar for Charles Lenchner

Charles Lenchner

Executive Director, Organizing 2.0
Charles Lenchner is co-founder of Organizing 2.0.



Saturday April 27, 2019 12:35pm - 1:35pm
19C

1:55pm

Photography for the Web
Photos are the currency of the internet most of us are taking these photos on our cellphones and most of us aren't pros. Learn how to take the best photos possible with your cellphone of protests, events and even those posed ones where people hold up signs that too often look like mug shots. We'll discuss what sorts of photos work best on the tiny cellphone screens and what setting to consider and more!

Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth McKenna

Elizabeth McKenna

Communications Director, Carpenters


Saturday April 27, 2019 1:55pm - 2:55pm
19th Floor Computer Lab

1:55pm

Training organizers & members on sticking to your campaign messaging
Our organizers and members are constantly being interviewed and making sure they stay on topic can be trying. So I will be using some of the mistakes I've seen (and made) and channeling it to positive work in the future. Training the trainers is an important step in making sure communicators for orgs aren't constantly running damage control when someone slips up.

Speakers
avatar for Ashleigh Strange

Ashleigh Strange

Communications Director, Make the Road PA
Ashleigh Strange was born in Fairbanks, Alaska and moved to the east coast in 2013. Currently she is the Communications Director at Make the Road PA (MRPA), the largest Latinx organization in PA, building power for justice through organizing. Strange has volunteered in organizations... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 1:55pm - 2:55pm
19B

1:55pm

Peer to Peer Texting and Your Volunteer Crew
Peer-to-Peer text messaging on programs like Hustle and Relay lets your volunteers mobilize huge numbers of supporters from online to offline while sitting at home. It also involves a lot of volunteer management to make it work right. Learn how to help your organization get started doing peer-to-peer texting without all the chaos. Or maybe just with less chaos. 

Speakers
AH

Asher Huey

American Federation of Teachers
DE

Dylan Easterday

Working Families Party



Saturday April 27, 2019 1:55pm - 2:55pm
19th floor Conference Room

1:55pm

Pivoting from a Toxic Progressive Workplace
Whether you’ve had a #MeToo moment, find yourself suddenly unemployed or just dread going to work every day, you know the toll that being in a toxic workplace can have on your career, your self-esteem and your life. It can feel even more intense when you have to give up what you thought was your dream job in the movement and stop working on the cause or with the candidate you love. While it may feel like you’ll never escape, there are key strategies you can use to pivot and move forward in a positive way without torpedoing your career, selling out to the man or ruining your life. Let’s talk about what to do when the unthinkable happens at work.

Speakers
avatar for Paula Brantner

Paula Brantner

President and Principal, PB Work Solutions
Paula Brantner is a leading progressive trainer on sexual harassment and toxic workplace environments and an attorney who has worked with harassment and toxic workplace issues her entire career. She has implemented the strategies proposed in large and small political and nonprofit... Read More →



Saturday April 27, 2019 1:55pm - 2:55pm
19A

1:55pm

Bottom Vs. Top. Strategic Polarization in the Populist Moment
In this session Jonathan Smucker will explore the populist moment, discussing how failures of the current social, economic, and political system set the stage for the ascent of Trump—but how there's simultaneously an unprecedented opportunity for progressive populist organizing. Jonathan will break down an anatomy of Trump's reactionary populism: how it functions through a combination of 'punching up' at social elitism and punching down at racialized scapegoats. Most importantly, he'll examine how an inclusionary populism that centers both race and class can succeed in this moment. Landing these theoretical concepts in their practical application, Jonathan will discuss organizing efforts in Pennsylvania with Lancaster Stands Up, digging into how this organization has been reaching alienated voters, mobilizing new volunteers, and building the kind of long-term political power needed to win.

Speakers
avatar for Jonathan Smucker

Jonathan Smucker

Director, Beyond the Choir
Jonathan Smucker is the Co-founder and Executive Director of Beyond the Choir and Co-founder of Lancaster Stands Up. Jonathan has worked for more than two decades in grassroots movements as an organizer, campaigner, and strategist. He has trained thousands of people in campaign strategy... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 1:55pm - 2:55pm
19C

1:55pm

Hyperlocal- expanding the electorate one neighborhood at a time
The 2020 elections will be all about hyper-local, authentic stories. Sincere messaging matters. A voter who doesn’t feel represented is a voter who may not make it to the polls.  2020 campaigns on both sides of the aisle are using hyper-local digital organizing as a path to an expanded electorate.  It doesn’t take a big budget to make a difference.
You can expand the reach of your canvass with very short videos from neighborhood activists targeted  to your canvass turf. Hear directly from a Milwaukee activist about getting involved in the midterm elections and how sharing her voting story made an impact on her whole community. 



Speakers
avatar for laura moran

laura moran

Digital Organizer, Service Employees International Union
avatar for Elizabeth Strater

Elizabeth Strater

Strategic Campaigns, Consultant
Elizabeth Strater is a strategic campaigns consultant and digital organizer, based in Los Angeles. Her work focuses on moving human narrative strategies for corporate governance, organized labor and progressive political campaigns. Currently working with the United Farm Workers- ¡Si... Read More →
avatar for Tautianna Stringer

Tautianna Stringer

Fight for $15 Activist
Tautianna Stringer is a product of 53206, the poverty stricken zip code in Milwaukee, WI that boasts the highest percentage of incarcerated Black males in America. Growing up in this neighborhood she has seen first hand the generational lack that a disenfranchised people often suffer... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 1:55pm - 2:55pm
18 B-D

1:55pm

Place Keeping - The Anti-Gentrification Tool-Kit
Community Organizer and Street Artist Alexis Mena and Nic Savvides, a Designer and Rapper come together to discuss how public art and green spaces can serve as powerful catalysts to fight profit-driven destabilization of our communities, or serve as spaces designed to supplement the displacement of people. Inspired by over 8 years of community organizing, public art planning , come unpack a tool kit for cultivating a community-led vision of the present and future utilizing tools and resources that are available to them today.

Speakers
avatar for Nicolas Savvides

Nicolas Savvides

Nicolas believes that strong, local communities can change the world. Nicolas' work is a practice of sustainable design and economic development.  Nicolas is an artist-entrepreneur working in the realms of real estate, education,  music, visual art and culture.
avatar for Alexis Mena

Alexis Mena

Alexis Mena is a two-spirited multidisciplinary artist, born in Brooklyn, NY and identifies as Afro-Taino. After graduating high school Alexis skipped college and obtained his real estate license and practiced both real estate and mortgage finance until 2008. In 2011, Alexis and a... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 1:55pm - 2:55pm
18 A

3:05pm

The Latest in Digital: What Advocates Need to Know
What's happening on the socials? How is digital fundraising evolving? What new opportunities have online platforms and apps created for advocates and political campaigns? What are the presidential campaigns doing, and should we care? In this session, we'll discuss the latest developments in digital advocacy and politics that may be relevant to your work. Come prepared to explore the good, bad and downright ugly of online and mobile campaigning. Bring your own ideas to share!

Speakers
avatar for Colin Delaney

Colin Delaney

Founder and Editor, E-Politics
Colin Delany is a twenty-two-year veteran of internet politics, a digital strategy consultant, the founder/editor of Epolitics.com and a columnist for Campaigns & Elections. Delany is the author of several ebooks, including the digital campaigning guides "How to Use the Internet to... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 3:05pm - 4:05pm
19A

3:05pm

Hub Spoken: Strategies for Leading Decentralized Movements
While every movement is unique, effective decentralized movements often share common patterns, passions, and problems to overcome. In this session hear from Black Lives Matter NY, Beyond the Bomb, and Brightest on how to build movements, not actions. We’ll cover best practices for generating synchronized national power within a distributed movement and how to operate within organizing systems and semi-structures that give movements effective ‘hubs’ and ‘spokes,’ flexibility and clarity.  

Speakers
avatar for Tristan Guyette

Tristan Guyette

Field Organizer, Beyond the Bomb
Tristan is a field organizer for Beyond The Bomb, where she leads volunteers across the country to mobilize and advocate for sane nuclear policy, wherever they are. Prior to joining BtB, Tristan organized in Ohio for four years to protect abortion access at one of Ohio's seven remaining... Read More →
avatar for Hawk Newsome

Hawk Newsome

Black Lives Matter New York
HAWK NEWSOME is an activist at the forefront of the New Civil Rights Movement and former County Committee Member of New York’s District 79. He has dedicated his adult life to the betterment of his community & our nation as a whole. The Bronx native was raised in a devout Christian... Read More →



Saturday April 27, 2019 3:05pm - 4:05pm
19C

3:05pm

From Jones Act to Maria - Digital Mobilizing in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico entered national headlines after Hurricane Maria as the storm exposed an island suffering from a humanitarian crisis that started long before the Hurricane hit. Immediately following the storm, activists and the media mobilized to cover recovery efforts on the ground. However, just as quickly as everyone mobilized, the national interest disappeared. Since then, organizers both in Puerto Rico and in the Diaspora have had to work diligently to make sure that Puerto Rico is not forgotten. In this workshop we will explore the ways in which people were able to mobilize effectively on these issues while also exploring ways that we can mobilize going forward in the digital space. We will set aside time to highlight some of the historical hurdles that Puerto Rico has to overcome and the challenges around organizing and informing a public who may not know the roots of Puerto Rico’s colonial status.


Speakers
avatar for Samuel Nemir Olivares Bonilla

Samuel Nemir Olivares Bonilla

Community activist and communications strategist
An award-winning communications professional, writer, speaker, photographer and artist from Puerto Rican and Dominican background living in NYC.  Samy is also a lifelong activist for LGBTQ, sexual and reproductive rights.  He focuses on diversity, social justice and human rights... Read More →
avatar for Priscilla Grim

Priscilla Grim

Digital Strategist and Activist, Occupy Wall Street Social Media
Priscilla Grim worked with the Puerto Rico based organization, Vive Borikén, in 2016, prior to Hurricane Maria, to consult on affordable digital options for island-based activists and organizations. Currently she serves as the Digital Marketing Manager for Library Journal and School... Read More →
avatar for Teresa Basilio Gaztambide

Teresa Basilio Gaztambide

Allied Media Projects
Teresa Basilio Gaztambide was born in Río Piedras, Puerto Rico and has been living and working in Brooklyn, NY for 20 years. She is the director of Resilient Just Technologies; a participatory research, community organizing, and communications justice project in collaboration with... Read More →
avatar for Christiaan Perez

Christiaan Perez

Manager of Advocacy and Digital Strategy, LatinoJustice PRLDEF
Christiaan Perez is the Manager of Advocacy and Digital Strategy at LatinoJustice PRLDEF. Christiaan develops collaborations with community advocates to raise awareness about a range of issues impacting the Latino community. These collaborations range from developing digital strategy... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 3:05pm - 4:05pm
19th floor Conference Room

3:05pm

Mapping the territory: the challenge of Israel, Palestine, and antisemitism to the progressive movement
We live in a society that has antisemitism, but also false charges of antisemitism directed against the left. Israel and Palestine, as a political issue in the US, is going through a generational, seismic change. What is that change? What has led to it? How do we address charges of antisemitism that are used to silence critique of Israel? And how do we incorporate a deep analysis of antisemitism into all levels of our political framework? Given that the coalition that defeats Trump will still need to include Democrats who support Israel, how do we navigate so that we strengthen the left on this issue, but not in a way that shrinks the coalition and helps the right wing.

Speakers
DS

Dara Silverman

Strozzi Institute and Generative Somatics
Dara Silverman is a consultant, somatic coach and trainer with 20 years in with organizations and movements for social, racial, economic and gender justice. She partners with women of color to lead organizational change and leadership development initiatives centering racial justice... Read More →


Saturday April 27, 2019 3:05pm - 4:05pm
19B