| alicia sanchez gill | Amrita Wassan | Timothea Howard | Janel Quarless | Sylvia Robinson | Jessica Solomon | Jabari Zakiya
Jonathan Stith is the National Coordinator of the Alliance for Educational Justice, a national coalition of twenty-seven youth-led and inter-generational education organizing groups working for education justice.
has 16 years experience of working with youth and community organizations to address educational inequities in their communities.
begin as an Americorps*VISTA working with DC public school students to transform their communities through service.
In 2006, as the Executive Director for the Youth Education Alliance
organized students to win the School Modernization Campaign which created 3.2 billion dollars for school renovation and repair in the District.
He was also a steering committee member of the Justice for DC Youth Coalition that successfully organized youth and their families to win critical reforms in the city's juvenile justice system.
also helped to build and launch the Empower DC Youth Organizing Project in 2012.
Jonathan is an accomplished facilitator and trainer.
He is a certified trainer of Advancing Youth Development for the Children Youth Investment Trust, the Prudential Youth Leadership Institute, and the Center for Creative Leadership. (back to GT)
alicia sanchez gill works in the field of HIV/AIDS housing while always centering the voices of survivors of sexual assault.
She's worked at the DC Rape Crisis Center, DASH, The Women's Collective, volunteered at HIPS, and worked with Men Can Stop Rape and WEAVE on building anti-racist and LGBTQ, trauma-centered training curriculum and organizational systems.
A member of INCITE!
and co-founder of Grupo-Afrodescendiente
believes in the beauty of building connections right at our intersections.
As a former opera singer, (previously on stage, now in the shower) she
also values art as healing and story telling, transformation, justice and snacks. (back to GT)