Casey Llewellyn

Casey Llewellyn is the Impact Team Organizer for Showing Up for Racial Justice where she organizes a team of SURJ ambassadors to raise the resources needed to organize increasing numbers of white people into the multiracial movements for justice. She

Belle Townsend

Belle Townsend is a white, queer person from rural western Kentucky, where they grew up in a complicated, politically divisive community of folks who took care of one another no matter what. They left their small town to study Political

David Steely

David Steely (he/him) is the Senior Donor Organizer at Showing Up for Racial Justice. In that capacity, David works with funders both individually and collectively to give boldly and in alignment with their values. At the core of his work

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Kristina Lear

As an organizer Kristina (she/her) works on issues ranging from a people-led county ballot measure increasing oversight of the Sheriff’s department and aimed at reducing the scope of the carceral system in Los Angeles to flipping Georgia in the 2020

Linnea Brett

Linnea (she/her) has been coaching SURJ chapters since 2017, and was an active leader in building the SURJ Buffalo chapter, which she called home for six years. She now lives in Minneapolis, MN. She grew up the youngest of six

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Mae Singerman

Mae loves brainstorming sessions, project plans, returning emails quickly and supporting individuals and teams to be themselves at work. Most recently, Mae was the Director of Operations at Caring Across Generations where she built systems from the ground up for

Misha Viets van Dyk

Misha (they/them, she/her) is a straddling working class queer femme who lives on Nipmuc and Pocumtuc land in Western MA and is from a small town in Northeastern PA. Misha started organizing around feminism and reproductive justice as a young

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Raffi Mercuri

Raffi Mercuri is the Data Director for Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ). Raffi joined team SURJ in 2022 as its first National Phonebank Director, and brings the experience of over a dozen progressive issue and candidate electoral campaigns including

Sarah Stockholm

Sarah is an organizer, popular educator, Theatre of the Oppressed practitioner and writer from rural working-class communities in South Dakota. Over the last 18+ years, she has worked on a variety of electoral, issue and direct action campaigns across many

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Taryn Hallweaver

Taryn has worked for 15 years at the local, state, and national level on a range of issues, from stopping oil pipelines, to raising the minimum wage, to passing harm reduction policies in response to the opioid epidemic. Whether working

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