Meet Our Newest Movement Makers!

Meet Our Newest Movement Makers!

It is with great excitement that we introduce our newest Movement Makers!

Over the past several months, we’ve had the honor and the privilege of reviewing applications from innovative leaders across the country who are eager to be part of a bold effort to imagine a world in which we can all live up to our full potential and help chart the path forward.

From this incredible pool of talent, we’ve invited 20 activists to join the growing group of Movement Makers working together to transform themselves, their organizations and the movement to end violence against girls and women.

The incoming cohort embodies the principle that we all have a stake and a role to play in this effort by including activists who work with youth, boys and men, and faith leaders, those with deep expertise in creating change through community based organizing, policy and electoral politics, as well as those whose primary work lies economic justice and immigration reform. All of these leaders embrace the vision, pivots, and explicit commitment to racial and gender justice laid out by their Movement Maker peers in Cohorts 1 and 2. Together, they will pursue transformation in service of our collective liberation.

Meet all the extraordinary new Movement Makers here.

Trina Greene Brown
Trina Greene Brown
Resonance Network and Parenting for Liberation

Trina Greene Brown is a proud Black-feminist Mama-activist of two. She founded Parenting for Liberation for parents of Black children to envision a world where our children are free to be their most liberated selves. Joining the Resonance Network, Trina will lead, catalyze and cultivate cross-movement partnerships and collaborations that are both proactive and leverage emergent opportunities. As a faculty for Move to End Violence, Trina engages leaders within the violence against women's movement to build an inclusive gender and racial justice movement by fostering deep, authentic relationships in beloved community. Learn More

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