Lindsey SmithBob Mendes Council-At-Large Campaign, Campaign ManagerMore
Lindsey is a young professional and dedicated community organizer that was born and raised in Nashville, TN.
She graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2016 with her Bachelor’s degree in Integrated Strategic Communication where she studied Public Relations and Marketing.
During her undergraduate career, Lindsey wanted to enhance her college experience abroad in the United Kingdom by studying International Media and Communication at Kings College London. While there, she visited the British Parliament—which initially sparked her interest in the political process. After graduating, she returned to Nashville where she became a legal assistant at the law firm Butler Snow LLP. As a legal assistant, Lindsey was inspired by the government relations department and decided to pursue her political curiosities. In 2017, she was strongly influenced by the Women’s March on Washington to get more involved in her community. Later that year, she became a member of the Davidson County Young Democrats. She wanted to influence her peers to become politically engaged and now serves on the board as Secretary. She also interned at the Tennessee Democratic Party where she spent most of her weekends volunteering and learning about grassroots efforts to fight for progressive values in Tennessee.
Recently, Lindsey worked as a Field Organizer on the Karl Dean for Governor campaign for the 2018 midterm election. On the campaign, she recruited, trained, and organized interns and volunteers to advocate for healthcare, education, and economic prosperity to raise awareness about the problems Tennesseans face every day. Lindsey is continuing her career in politics and recently accepted a position as a Campaign Manager for the Bob Mendes Council-At-Large campaign for the 2019 cycle. Through her enthusiasm and energy, Lindsey is the blue wave that Tennessee needs.Less
Ben WeinsteinA Step Ahead Foundation of Middle Tennessee, Development DirectorMore
Ben is currently the development director at A Step Ahead Foundation of Middle Tennessee, a reproductive healthcare nonprofit that provides free, voluntary long-acting reversible contraception (LARC). Ben is a member of the North American Men Engage Network’s policy advocacy committee and is training as a volunteer advocate at the Sexual Assault Center. Originally from NYC, Ben earned his master in public policy in 2018 from Harvard Kennedy School, focusing on leadership, gender, and violence prevention. He is passionate about transforming men’s role in perpetuating interpersonal and structural violence, a desire which stems from his time as a member of a fraternity in college. Over the past two and half years, he has facilitated monthly, community conversations for people of all genders to practice reflection and explore criticism of patriarchal gender norms. This work derived from a project begun in NYC in 2014 to engage men in feminist dialogue.
Professionally, Ben draws upon his experiences as an AmeriCorps VISTA, a CSA apprentice, and a grants/project manager with Safe Horizon, a victim services agency in NYC. Ideas that have inspired Ben have come from the writings of bell hooks and Dr. Judith Lewis Herman, and he draws heavily from training with the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, Participatory Budgeting Project, Boston-Area Rape Crisis Center, Anti-Violence Project, Merge for Equality, Center for Sexual Health and Pleasure, Black Lives Matter Cambridge, and Tennessee Alliance for Sexual Health.
In his spare time, Ben loves to read and write, take walks, play with his kitten Marty, listen to music, and cook. He is interested in further exploring circle practice and mutual support networks.Less
Brandon HIllOasis Center, Director, Mayor's Youth Council of Nashville/Davidson CountyMore
Brandon Hill is a community engagement professional with 17 years experience working in the Nashville community. Specializing in youth policy issues, Brandon currently serves as director of the Mayor’s Youth Council of Nashville/Davidson County which provides ongoing and direct input on government policies affecting youth and acts as the communication link between the metropolitan government and young people of Nashville. Prior to this role he served as National Program Director for the New Look Foundation, a youth-focused organization in Atlanta, GA founded by Grammy-award winning artist, Usher Raymond.
In addition to local and national consulting work, Brandon also serves as Community Engagement Coordinator of the Nashville Conflict Resolution Center a community-based nonprofit organization in Nashville, TN that empowers individuals and families to resolve conflict through mediation and restorative practices. In 2010, Brandon received the Emerging Leaders Award by the Tennessee Alliance for Progress, and in 2016 he was named one of Nashville’s “30 in their 30s” by the Center for Nonprofit Management.
Brandon has a B.S. from Tennessee State University and M.Ed from Vanderbilt University Peabody College.Less
Camila HerreraTennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition, Integration DirectorMore
Camila Herrera is originally from Colombia and as an immigrant and being directly affected by the dysfunctional immigration system, she decided to focus her career to be an advocate and join the immigrant rights movement. Camila is the integration director at the Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition. She joined the organization in 2014 and oversees legal services department. She works with local community-based organizations and attorneys to leverage and expand existing services and provide access to legal services to low-income individuals across the state. She has participated as a speaker in several panels at National convenings, currently serves on 2 boards and is part of a TN pro bono task force to create initiatives and opportunities to engage private attorneys to do pro bono work for the immigrant and refugee community.Less
Candis WhiteMetropolitan Nashville & Davidson County Public Defender's Office, Communications CoordinatorMore
Candis N. White proudly hails from Birmingham, Alabama, a city rich in Civil Rights history. This history was not lost on Candis, as a child, she was taught to use her voice and stand strong in her convictions. She grew up knowing and holding on to the fact that she stood on the shoulders of giants.
After graduating from Xavier University of Louisiana with her B.A. in English in 2005 she moved to Nashville, TN. Residing in Nashville for the past thirteen years Candis has made significant advancements. She earned her M.Ed. in Education Administration and Supervision from Tennessee State University in 2010 and her Ed.D. in Learning Organizations and Strategic Change from Lipscomb University in 2017.
Candis currently serves as the Communications Coordinator for the Metropolitan Nashville-Davidson County Public Defender's Office. She has a unique professional background that spans a broad spectrum from education to advocacy. Candis' passion for underserved and marginalized youth kindled her desire to pursue a career in advocacy and policy reform specifically centered around the school to prison pipeline. Her distinctive career path has afforded her the opportunity to study and advocate against this pipeline from both ends.
Although Candis has numerous goals, it is her heart’s desire to make a significant impact on her community through servant leadership. She firmly believes that to whom much is given, much will be required.Less
Charles Uffelman was born and raised in Erin, TN and recently graduated from the University of Memphis. He has been active in politics since forming a local Obama for America chapter in Houston County during the 2008 campaign.
Charles served as the youngest Tennessee delegate to the 2012 Democratic National Convention and has worked in local, legislative, and presidential races since then.
In his spare time, Chas enjoys working with cattle, fishing, and rooting for the Memphis Tigers.Less
Eli StanfieldUnited Campus Workers, East TN OrganizerMore
Eli Stanfield is a lifelong Tennessean committed to building the power of working people and people of color in Tennessee and the South. They graduated in 2017 with a B.A. from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in Geography; Global Studies; and Anthropology with a concentration in Disasters, Displacement, and Human Rights. They are the East Tennessee Organizer for United Campus Workers, Tennessee's higher education union, where they organize with faculty, staff, and graduate workers. They currently serve as the co-chair of Jobs with Justice of East Tennessee, a coalition of labor, faith, and community organizations dedicated to social and economic justice. They are a member of the core planning committee of the Knoxville City Council Movement, a movement to build the political power of working class people and people of color in Knoxville through electing candidates to the Knoxville City Council and organizing People's Assemblies.
Eli began their political work as a student organizing for radical sex education, diversity, and labor rights with Sexual Empowerment and Awareness at Tennessee’s Sex Week; the UTDiversityMatters coalition; and the UTK Progressive Student Alliance. They along with their fellow Sex Week organizers were condemned by the Tennessee General Assembly in a 2014 resolution.Less
Frank HundleyPolitical ConsultantMore
Frank Hundley is a native of Nashville but left this city many years ago to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. The acting bug eventually took him to Los Angeles, where he wound up catching the entrepreneurial bug, and ultimately attained a Masters of Business Administration from Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business, with an emphasis on entrepreneurship.
In 2016, Frank’s family tugged him back to his home city of Nashville, and in the months leading up to the 2016 election, Frank got involved with the Davidson County Democratic Party (DCDP), first by volunteering on State House and State Senate campaigns, and then by being elected as the DCDP’s District 5 Executive Committeeman. In 2017, Frank served as the Chairperson for the DCDP’s Annual Spring Breakfast with Congressman Jim Cooper, and is currently serving the DCDP as one of five Regional Vice Chairs for the 2018-2020 term.
In 2017, Frank took a position as Finance Director on Representative Vincent Dixie’s campaign for TN House District 54. After a hard-fought race against three opponents, including a two-term sitting city councilperson, Representative Dixie clinched the nomination for HD 54. Representative Dixie faced no general election opponent, and during the general, Frank moved into a Field Organizer position on Representative Bob Freeman’s campaign for TN House District 56, and was proud to be a part of a campaign that flipped a House Seat that had been held by a Republican for 30 years.
Frank is a life-long advocate for LGBT people, as well as people living with HIV/AIDS, and serves as a District Captain for the Tennessee Equality Project, an organization that advocates legislatively for the equal rights of LGBT people by lobbying the Tennessee General Assembly and local governments around the state.
In 2018, Frank accepted a position as Treasurer with the recently launched Tennessee Accountability Project, a 501(c)4 nonprofit advocacy group that aims to hold our state’s elected officials accountable to their voters.
Jayme BrunsonMiddle Tennessee State University, Coordinator of Library AdministrationMore
Jayme hails from Saegertown, Pennsylvania, but has called Murfreesboro, Tennessee home since 2010. She moved south to attend Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU), where she earned a B.S. in the Recording Industry program with a concentration in Audio Production and a minor in Electronics in 2014. Jayme is currently the Coordinator of Library Administration in the James E. Walker Library of her alma mater. She enjoys working in an academic environment where she gets to interact with a diverse assortment of personalities. Jayme is also pursuing a graduate certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies at MTSU.
Growing up in a rural community with limited opportunities for advancement, Jayme witnessed first-hand the struggles of the working class. For a young Jayme, living in the throes of poverty in an underserved area was simply day-to-day life. Since leaving this situation behind and finding greener pastures for herself, Jayme dedicates her organizational skills and professional pursuits towards improving conditions for marginalized people.
Since beginning work at MTSU, Jayme has found ways to channel her energy into bettering her local community. Shortly after starting work, she joined the Murfreesboro chapter of the American Association of University Women (AAUW). She is currently serving her second year on the planning committee for the Equali-TEA, an annual event held on Equal Pay Day to raise funding for two scholarships awarded to women at MTSU. She also serves as the 2018-2019 Communications Chair for AAUW of Tennessee. Early in 2017, Jayme joined the Middle Tennessee chapter of United Campus Workers (UCW), Tennessee’s higher education union. She is the Middle Tennessee Co-Chair of UCW’s Gender Equity Committee, which is working to advance workplace equity and justice for all gender identities in higher education. Jayme also recently joined the Diversity committee of MTSU’s President’s Commission on the Status of Women.
When she puts away her soapbox, Jayme serves as the Secretary for Boro Fondo, an annual music festival and bicycle tour in Murfreesboro. She also enjoys attending local concerts, traveling, and going on adventures with her husband, Jack, and beagle, Toby.Less
Judith ClerjeuneTennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, Policy OfficerMore
Born and raised in Fond-Des-Blanc, Haiti, from an early age Judith had a passion for developing her community. After migrating with her family to the United States in 2004, Judith fell in love with the rich activist history of the United States south and the fight for justice. She became committed to ensuring that immigrant communities in the South are able to grow, thrive and make this place home.
Judith Clerjeune is currently the Policy Officer at the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, a statewide, immigrant and refugee-led collaboration whose mission is to empower immigrants and refugees throughout Tennessee to develop a unified voice, defend their rights, and create an atmosphere in which they are recognized as positive contributors to the state. She works with the advocacy and organizing teams to monitor federal, state and local legislation that may impact immigrants communities as well as developing strategies to protect immigrant and refugee communities in TN.
Prior to joining the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition, she worked at the Healing Trust Foundation and the Jean Crowe Advocacy center in Nashville. She received in a B.A. in History and Africana Studies from Williams College in Massachusetts, and a Masters of Divinity from Vanderbilt University. When not working, she enjoys hiking and learning to sew.Less
Karla Coleman GarciaTennessee Higher Education Commission, Director of Strategic Alignment for Adult Learner InitiativesMore
Karla Coleman Garcia is the Director of Strategic Alignment for Adult Learner Initiatives for the Tennessee Higher Education Commission. In this capacity, Karla focuses on building partnerships with other state agencies and local organizations and centralizing information about supports and resources for adult learners pursuing degrees in Tennessee. Karla was formerly the Associate Director of Policy and Advocacy at Conexión Américas.
Karla was born in Mexico and raised in Texas. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Baylor University and a Master’s degree in higher education administration from Vanderbilt University Peabody College. Karla is the chair of the Nashville Community Education Commission, serves on the Steering Committee of Complete Tennessee and on the Immigrant Advisory Committee of the Nashville Public Library. Karla is a member of the 2018-2019 Mosaic Fellowship.
Additionally, she was a member of the Nashville Emerging Leaders 2018 cohort and of the Complete Tennessee Leadership Institute Class of 2017.Less
Kayla BrooksSeeding Success, Network ManagerMore
Kayla Brooks is an education advocate in her hometown of Memphis, TN. There she serves as at Network Manager for Seeding Success, a nonprofit whose mission is to ensure all students succeed from cradle to career. As a network manager, Kayla develops and leads training on facilitation, data literacy, and leadership development. In addition, she facilitates and consults with organizations on collective impact work in the education sector. Kayla holds a Bachelor of Science from Vanderbilt University in Human and Organizational Development with a focus in Community Leadership and Development.
While at Vanderbilt Kayla developed an interest in education, particularly the role that poverty and racist systems play in perpetuating poor outcomes for students of color. Shortly after, Kayla obtained a Master of Public Service from the Clinton School of Public Service in Little Rock. Her graduate coursework centered on how local and international communities are working to address the effects of poverty. She worked with the Arkansas Public Policy Panel, Nyaka AIDS Orphan Project, and the Arkansas Economic Development Commission.
Outside of work, Kayla volunteers with Setting the Standard, The Official Black Lives Matter Memphis Chapter, and Facing History and Ourselves. Kayla also participates in the local arts community as an actress.Less
Kelli XThe Village Church, Minister of Spiritual Guidance and AdministrationMore
Kelli X is the Minister of Spiritual Guidance and Administration for The Village Church, an African centered Christian church in Madison, TN. Min. X grew up on the South Side of Chicago and attended Tennessee State University, where she earned a B.S in Psychology (’02). Min. X became an active member of The Village Church in 1999, as it was first community of faith she encountered that celebrates its African heritage while loving Jesus and actively answering God’s call to fight for justice for of all of God’s creation.
After nearly a decade of working with children and families living with mental illness and maneuvering the foster care system, Min. X stepped deeper in her call to ministry by attending Vanderbilt University Divinity School where she earned a Master of Divinity (’12). Moved by Psalm 150 and Romans 12:1, Min. X has dedicated her life and inspires her congregation to live lives of worship of God and service to the world. Committed to speaking truth to power, Min. X has partnered throughout her ministry with organizations such as Nashville Organized for Action and Hope (NOAH), SisterReach, Planned Parenthood, Moral Movement Tennessee, Fellowship of Black Disciples Clergywomen, and Protect Our Care to seek justice for all God’s children.
Min. X is married to Rico X, with whom she shares two amazing children, Kijani and Asatira.Less
Nick CavinnaviHealth, Healthcare AnalystMore
Nick Cavin is a native Middle Tennessean and works as a Healthcare Analyst with naviHealth, improving patient care through complex data analysis, visualization, and modeling. As a community advocate, Nick focuses on issues of racial justice and equity through grassroots organizing, and more recently, electoral politics. He graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis with a B.A. in Economics, where he began his activism organizing students to protest against aggressive racial profiling by the campus police. After graduating in 2016, Nick moved back to Nashville and joined SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice) Nashville as a member of the Steering Committee.
Nick’s work with SURJ focuses on educating, training, and empowering white folks to dismantle white supremacy in their own communities. During his tenure with SURJ Nashville, Nick has organized dozens of educational meetings and direct actions while serving as the primary point of contact between SURJ and other local grassroots groups. Through relationships built and experiences gained while with SURJ, he was asked to join the Community Oversight Now coalition as a Core Organizer. After leading a successful ballot initiative campaign, Nick and the coalition are currently campaigning for a slate of candidates to be selected for the board.
While working on the Community Oversight Now campaign, Nick recognized the need for collaboration between the Democratic Party and grassroots groups and was appointed to serve on the Executive Committee of the Davidson County Democratic Party. He plans to continue to work with both the Democratic party and grassroots groups to foster collaboration and closer ties between the party and the Nashville community.Less
With over a decade of fundraising experience, Nicole works hard to make sure progressive campaigns and organizations have the resources they need to be successful.
A Wilson County native and a Western Kentucky University graduate with a B.A. in Political Science, Nicole began her career in progressive politics right out of college after being accepted into the Emily’s List Campaign Corp program. After that first campaign experience, she was hooked and has been working with progressive campaigns ever since.
Nicole most recently served as Finance Director for the Karl Dean for Governor campaign. Prior to working for Karl Dean, Nicole was based in Washington, DC and worked as a fundraising consultant with House and Senate campaigns across the country to help them achieve their fundraising goals. She also served as Deputy PAC Director for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee for the 2007-2008 cycle. After the 2016 election, Nicole felt strongly that her experience and talent could be better used in her home state.
Nicole is excited to be back in Nashville and is enjoying getting to know the city again. When not hard at work on a campaign Nicole enjoys spending time with her family, especially her amazing niece, who are all very excited to have her back in The Volunteer State.
Ray HollomanHCA Healthcare, Business Continuity AdministratorMore
Ray Holloman is a rare breed these days by being a Nashville Native. Living as black transgender male has given him unique experiences of seeing multiple sides of marginalized communities. He holds a Bachelors of Business Administration from Belmont University in Information Systems Management with a minor in Computer Science and a Masters of Science from Lipscomb University in Information Security. Currently, he is working on obtaining a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis on Healthcare from Tennessee Tech University.
Ray is currently a Business Continuity Administration for HCA Healthcare. His area of responsibility includes ensuring that all of the enterprise applications have Disaster Recovery protection, facilitating the test of the regional data centers, ranking the application impacts to the business as well as being a consultant to various lines of business throughout the company. His fascination for process improvement has allowed for him to be able to continuously be able to update and make process quick and efficient of teams across the company. A majority of his time is spent educating and training employees on all of the various Disaster Recovery processes.
The Nashville Technology Council recognized him in 2011 as being the IT Student of the Year, and Belmont recognized him for being the top Information System Student in 2012. Ray volunteers at John Overton High School by teaching student cybersecurity skills as the technical mentor for the Cybersecurity Club and chairing the IT Academy Advisory Board. In the past, he has worked with groups such as Tennessee Transgender Political Coalition, Trans Empowerment Project, Nashville Technology Council, and other various Middle Tennessee nonprofits on either a one time or continuous basis.
He currently sits on the End the Epidemic Task Force for HIV prevention for Metro Nashville, Vanderbilt University LGBTQ+ Advisory Board and Tennessee Department of Health HIV Prevention Transgender Taskforce. In his limited spare time, he enjoys sewing, quilting, and cooking.Less
Rhiana AnthonyThe Icarus Project, Self-employed, Healer/OrganizerMore
Rhiana Anthony (she, they, boo) is a queer black girl magician working toward collective liberation through community organizing, soulful facilitation, and healing justice. Growing up Black, woman, southern, and working poor, she hails from the Third Coast of Houston, TX. Rhiana holds a Bachelors in Psychology with a focus in human development from the University of North Texas and a M.Ed in Community Development and Action from Vanderbilt University.
In December 2014, Rhiana answered the call with about 15 other courageous spirits to co-found the Nashville chapter of Black Lives Matter. This new-found activism coupled with her passions around Black mental wellness and spirituality fostered a desire to develop community and cultural interventions that transform the material conditions of Black people. Rhiana activated this desire in a variety of roles, including Grief and Trauma Specialist for the Oasis Center at Pearl Cohn High School, community organizer for Cayce United, and most recently as the Southern Regional Organizer for the Black Lives Matter Global Network.
Rhiana currently works as a facilitator with the Icarus Project, a support network and education project that addresses mental health through a social justice lens. She is also an anchor partner for the Black Land and Liberation Initiative, a project aiming to reconnect Black communities to land, spirit, and collective economics. As a Black Southern organizer, abolitionist, and earth steward, Rhiana is dedicated to embodying an accepting and affirming home for all and cultivating radically loving and inclusive cultures that heal.Less
Sean ParkerCampaign Manager / Community OrganizerMore
Sean Parker has lived in Nashville most of his life. Born in Buncombe County, NC his early years were spent in the mountains outside of Asheville. Following graduation from Blackman High School in Murfreesboro, TN, he moved to Baltimore, MD.
There he began volunteering with Velocipede Bike Project. Inspired by the organization’s values of community service and environmental stewardship, he joined the board and was eventually elected to serve as president. His time with VBP inspired a lifelong commitment to safe, complete streets and robust, accessible commons.
Upon returning to Nashville, he helped found the Middle Tennessee chapter of Democratic Socialists of America, a community activist organization focused on supporting local frontline parter groups such as Worker’s Dignity, People’s Alliance for Transit, Housing, Employment (PATHE), and Community Oversight Now. He currently serves as the Lead Electoral Organizer for the chapter.
He is passionate about electoral politics, believing we need people both in the streets and in the seats to advance a progressive agenda. He has worked on numerous campaigns and most recently managed a TN state house race.
When he’s not pounding the pavement or making calls for a candidate or cause, you can find Sean trekking some stretch of rural highway on his bicycle or tinkering with a project in his electronics workshop.Less
Shantell HintonVanderbilt University, Assistant Chaplain & Assistant Director, Office of Religious LifeMore
Reverend Shantell Hinton is a native of Conway, Arkansas. She recently graduated with a Master of Divinity from Vanderbilt Divinity School. She also attended Vanderbilt University and received a Bachelor’s of Science in Electrical Engineering and Colorado State University for a Master’s of Science in Electrical Engineering, with a concentration in Controls and Robotics. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and the National Society of Black Engineers. She has worked as a Process Control Engineer and as a Bible teacher for various organizations. She is an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Rev. Shantell offers the gifts of creativity, writing, and pastoral care and enjoys engaging the intersections of faith, theology, and justice.
Currently, she serves as the Assistant Chaplain at Vanderbilt University. Shantell also serves as the Founder and Curator of The Kaleidoscope Project, a public theology collaborative connecting people’s stories to the narrative of God and bridging the gap between the Church and people of faith.Less
Tara HoustonNashville Software School, Program ManagerMore
Tara Houston is a non-profit professional and public servant interested in work that cultivates an inclusive and stronger Tennessee. In her current role at the Nashville Software School, Tara manages special programs geared at increasing tech education access to underrepresented communities.
Prior to joining Nashville Software School, Tara worked in local economic development, focusing on both small business growth for minority and woman-owned businesses and career advancement for immigrant and refugee families. Her enthusiasm for workforce development, education access, and economic inclusion mobilized her to serve her community so she sought election to the Executive Committee of the Davidson County Democratic Party. In this role, Tara works with the committee to get progressive leaders elected to all levels of office in Middle Tennessee. She currently serves as the Vice Chair for her region of the Davidson County Democratic Party.
Alongside working and campaigning, Tara is dedicated to demystifying local elections and mobilizing young people to vote. So dedicated, in fact, that she did something she said she would never do. She started a blog, named it “Tri-Star Tara” and plans for this to evolve into a media corporation one day. Stay tuned.Less
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