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Hilltop Public Solutions

1000 Potomac Street, NW Suite 500

Washington D.C., District of Columbia 20007

United States

Company Description

In 2010, Hilltop managed the largest coalition in support of the Affordable Care Act. Composed of leading stakeholders in health care, labor and advocacy, the Hilltop-led coalition spent nearly $100 million on a campaign that included grasstops, grassroot ... more

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Employment History

Spokeswoman

Wal-Mart Free NYC

Free NYC Director

Wal-Mart Free NYC

Campaign Director

Wal-Mart Free NYC

Community Organizer, Political Strategist

The Center for Popular Democracy

Director of Capacity Building and Strategic Organizing Initiatives

The Center for Popular Democracy

Adjunct Professor of Social Work

NYU

Inter-school Coordinator

NYU

Adjunct Professor of Social Work

Hunter College

Senior Operative

New York State Senate Democratic Conference

Education

Sociology

Boston University

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Back with Linda Sarsour of the ...

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Back with Linda Sarsour of the Arab American Association of New York, Maria Fernandez of the Urban Youth Collaborative, Stephanie Yazgi of Hilltop Public Solutions, and Steve McFarland.


News Release: NYC Progressives Launch Podcast at Intersection of City Hall and Grassroots Organizing

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Stephanie Yazgi is an experienced community organizer, political strategist, and coalition-builder with a track record of winning issue and electoral campaigns. She is currently a principal at Hilltop Public Solutions, where she worked to lead the field and organizing operation on the historic UPKNYC campaign, which won an unprecedented $300 million from NYS to fully fund Pre K for all 4-year-olds in NYC. At her previous job with the Center for Popular Democracy, she focused on capacity building, campaign development, and strategic organizing initiatives on a variety of issues. She uses her experience in the field and to craft trainings and curricula for use by campaigns and membership based organizations across the country. Before that, she was the Campaign Director for Walmart Free NYC, a groundbreaking campaign, part of the UFCW International Union's Making Change at Walmart network, that defeated Walmart's multi-million dollar effort to enter New York City. Prior to that, Stephanie worked as a senior operative for the New York State Senate Democratic Conference managing a statewide operation to promote progressive legislation through issue organizing campaigns and constituency mobilization. Through her work with the NYS-DSCC, she managed electoral campaigns, with a focus in strong field operations, to elect Democrats to that house which tipped the balance of power in their favor for the first time in 43 years. She attended Boston University where she majored in Sociology, then went on to Columbia University School of Social work where she obtained her M.S.S.W. Over the years, she has authored and facilitated a number of trainings on community, political and electoral organizing and is an adjunct professor of social work at Hunter College and NYU.


The Black Institute Blog

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Walmart and Related had never confirmed that Walmart was being considered for the location, but local unions, some members of the City Council and community groups had raised alarms at the idea of the retailer’s gaining a foothold in the city. “Walmart’s withdrawal from Gateway II shows that when New Yorkers join arms, even the world’s richest retailer is no match for them,†said Stephanie Yazgi, a spokeswoman for Walmart Free NYC. A ShopRite supermarket is now expected to anchor the site.


"With such far-reaching failures on ...

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"With such far-reaching failures on sustainability, including financial support for climate change deniers, Walmart is already undermining Bloomberg's environmental reforms, and [Steve] Ross's green developments," Walmart Free NYC director Stephanie Yazgi said in a statement.


STEPHANIE YAZGI, Director of ...

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STEPHANIE YAZGI, Director of Capacity Building and Strategic Organizing Initiatives

Stephanie Yazgi is an experienced community organizer, political strategist, and coalition-builder with a track record of winning issue and electoral campaigns. At CPD, she focuses on capacity building, campaigns and strategic organizing initiatives on a variety of issues. She uses her experience in the field and to craft trainings and curricula for use by campaigns and membership based organizations across the country. Most recently, she was the Campaign Director for Walmart Free NYC, a groundbreaking campaign, part of the UFCW International Union's Making Change at Walmart network, that defeated Walmart's multi-million dollar effort to enter New York City. Prior to that, Stephanie worked as a senior operative for the New York State Senate Democratic Conference managing a statewide operation to promote progressive legislation through issue organizing campaigns and constituency mobilization. Through her work with the NYS-DSCC, she managed electoral campaigns, with a focus in strong field operations, to elect Democrats to that house which tipped the balance of power in their favor for the first time in 43 years. She attended Boston University where she majored in Sociology, then went on to Columbia University School of Social work where she obtained her M.S.S.W. Over the years, she has authored and facilitated a number of trainings on community, political and electoral organizing. She is an adjunct professor of social work at NYU and Hunter College.

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