Dorthy Bolden Fellow/ We Dream In Black Organizer
For over a decade Allison organized domestic workers in NYC. She was part of the founding of NDWA at the U.S. Social Forum in Atlanta, GA in 2007; and was a key leader in the six-year campaign for the New York Domestic Workers Bill of Rights, that resulted in a successful, historic passage in 2010.
Andrea was an organizer at Mujeres Unidas y Activas (MUA) for eight years. At MUA she led the California Domestic Worker Coalition, which successfully passed a statewide Domestic Worker Bill of Rights into law and co-founded the National Domestic Workers Alliance.
Federal Policy Director
Elly Kugler leads the organization's federal policy work. She supports organizing and campaigns by and for direct care workers; and collaborates with national organizations and state stakeholders to impact and improve state implementation of protections for homecare workers.