Brian Kettenring

last updated 3/30/2018

Brian Kettenring

Co-Executive Director at The Center for Popular Democracy

Location:
449 Troutman Street Suite A, Brooklyn, New York, United States
HQ Phone:
(347) 985-2220

General Information

Experience

Deputy Director of National Operations - Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now Inc

Executive Director - Leadership Center For The Common Good

Education

BA - African and European Intellectual History , Carleton College

Affiliations

Board Member - Integrity

Recent News  

Staff | The Center for Popular Democracy

Brian Kettenring
Co-Executive Director Brian leads CPD's Economic Justice Campaigns including Fair Work Week, Fed Up, Minimum Wage, Paid Sick Days, Childcare, and Wall Street Accountability. Additionally, Brian oversees CPD's voter engagement portfolio, as well as CPD's new States Initiative and the Federal Advocacy and Campaigns operation. Brian served as Executive Director of Leadership Center for the Common Good prior to its merger with CPD in late 2013. During his tenure, Brian and his team built an organization that worked with partner organizations in 18 states and 45 cities nationally, and drove a wide array of economic and racial justice campaigns. During his 23-year organizing career, Brian has run or worked on dozens of organizing drives and issue campaigns, ranging from the campaign to stop racist predatory lending in California (1999-2002) to a minimum wage ballot initiative victory in Florida (2004), and more. Brian's first work in organizing came through the Midwest Academy training program in Chicago, IL. Later, Brian worked for the Rogers Park Community Action Network and the REACH project, both in Chicago. From 1995-2009, Brian worked for ACORN, initially in Chicago, and later in Oakland, Sacramento, Florida, the southern US, and in Washington, DC. Brian received a BA in African and European Intellectual History from Carleton College. Brian Kettenring Co-Executive Director Brian leads CPD's Economic Justice Campaigns including Fair Work Week, Fed Up, Minimum Wage, Paid Sick Days, Childcare, and Wall Street Accountability. Additionally, Brian oversees CPD's voter engagement portfolio, as well as CPD's new States Initiative and the Federal Advocacy and Campaigns operation. Brian served as Executive Director of Leadership Center for the Common Good prior to its merger with CPD in late 2013. During his tenure, Brian and his team built an organization that worked with partner organizations in 18 states and 45 cities nationally, and drove a wide array of economic and racial justice campaigns. During his 23-year organizing career, Brian has run or worked on dozens of organizing drives and issue campaigns, ranging from the campaign to stop racist predatory lending in California (1999-2002) to a minimum wage ballot initiative victory in Florida (2004), and more. Brian's first work in organizing came through the Midwest Academy training program in Chicago, IL. Later, Brian worked for the Rogers Park Community Action Network and the REACH project, both in Chicago. From 1995-2009, Brian worked for ACORN, initially in Chicago, and later in Oakland, Sacramento, Florida, the southern US, and in Washington, DC. Brian received a BA in African and European Intellectual History from Carleton College.

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Board | The Center for Popular Democracy

Brian Kettenring
Co-Executive Director, Center for Popular Democracy Brian leads CPD's Economic Justice Campaigns including Fair Work Week, Fed Up, Minimum Wage, Paid Sick Days, Childcare, and Wall Street Accountability. Additionally, Brian oversees CPD's voter engagement portfolio, as well as CPD's new States Initiative and the Federal Advocacy and Campaigns operation. Brian served as Executive Director of Leadership Center for the Common Good prior to its merger with CPD in late 2013. During his tenure, Brian and his team built an organization that worked with partner organizations in 18 states and 45 cities nationally, and drove a wide array of economic and racial justice campaigns. During his 23-year organizing career, Brian has run or worked on dozens of organizing drives and issue campaigns, ranging from the campaign to stop racist predatory lending in California (1999-2002) to a minimum wage ballot initiative victory in Florida (2004), and more. Brian's first work in organizing came through the Midwest Academy training program in Chicago, IL. Later, Brian worked for the Rogers Park Community Action Network and the REACH project, both in Chicago. From 1995-2009, Brian worked for ACORN, initially in Chicago, and later in Oakland, Sacramento, Florida, the southern US, and in Washington, DC. Brian received a BA in African and European Intellectual History from Carleton College.

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Board | The Center for Popular Democracy

Brian Kettenring
Co-Executive Director, Center for Popular Democracy Brian served as Executive Director of Leadership Center for the Common Good Prior to its merger with CPD in 2013. As the Director of Common Good, Brian and his team built from scratch an organization that works with partner organizations in 18 states and 45 cities nationally. Common Good and its partners played essential roles in campaigns for economic justice, Wall Street accountability, education reform, environmental justice, and much more. During his 18-year organizing career, Brian helped run four living wage campaigns, three campaigns against predatory lending, and a range of other campaigns, including: urban school reform, campaign finance reform, tenant legislative protections, adoption of a progressive federal budget, passage of a federal economic recovery package, and smart growth/environmental justice. Brian's first work in organizing came through the Midwest Academy training program in Chicago, IL. Later, Brian worked for the Rogers Park Community Action Network and the REACH project, an effort to leverage tenant deposit holdings for affordable housing. From 1995-2009, Brian worked for ACORN, initially in Chicago (1995-97), and later in Oakland (1997-99), Sacramento (1999-2002), Florida (2003-2008), the southern US (2005-7), and in Washington, DC (2009-10). Brian received a BA in African and European Intellectual History from Carleton College.

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