Ali KhaleelLearningWorks at Blake: A Breakthrough Program, Director of Curriculum & InstructionMore
Ali Khaleel has had the opportunity to teach and work in schools in Madison, Milwaukee, Chicago and now Minneapolis. He currently serves as the Director of Curriculum and Instruction of LearningWorks, the Minneapolis affiliate of the nationwide Breakthrough Collaborative. LearningWorks is a college access and teacher development program done in partnership with The Blake School and Minneapolis Public School. In his role, Ali directs programming and writes curriculum but the bulk of his duties involve recruiting, training, and supervising high school and college students through teaching fellowships.
At LearningWorks, Ali made representation in the classroom a primary focus. As a first generation Indian-American from a Muslim household, he never had a teacher who looked like him or was a member of his faith community. This led to an appreciation of the importance of representation, a major reason he pursued teaching as a career himself. Now he is working to address this issue at LearningWorks by cultivating new community partnerships and devising creative recruitment strategies to attract teaching fellows from communities that are underrepresented in the field of teaching.
Ali grew up in southeastern Wisconsin as the youngest of four brothers and earned his B.S. in Secondary Education from the University of Wisconsin. Outside of work, he has been a Big Brother with Big Brothers Big Sisters Twin Cities, and currently serves as a sexual assault advocate at the Sexual Violence Center. He has also been a counselor at the Badger Boys State summer camp, a selective leadership camp for rising high school seniors sponsored by the American Legion, since 2010. There, he co-led and wrote curriculum for a new program aimed at starting conversations about redefining masculinity for the camp’s young male participants. In his spare time, Ali enjoys reading, climbing rocks, and video chatting with his beautiful nephew.Less
Abdulrahman Wako’s definition of success is the striving towards an ideal goal. But the goal is not what he prizes or strives for. Abdulrahman Wako understands that the goal is already set; It's the growth and the process of the journey that Abdulrahman Wako strives for. A self-proclaimed poet and storyteller, Abdulrahman Wako uses his unique blend of words to impart knowledge and wisdom he has gained through the written and spoken word. He has performed live Poetry at the U of M twin cities, U of M Duluth and Saint Cloud State University. He has big plans to microphone ideas of inclusivity through electronic mediums. But it’s not all arts for Abdulrahman Wako, He is also avidly involved in his community.
Most recently, Abdulrahman Wako Campaigned in the midterms as a Field Organizer in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Canvassing in the most underserved and underrepresented districts in MN, Abdulrahman Wako and his Congressional District 4 team utilized creative ways to get out the vote and engage the community. Their creative work had noticeably contributed to the historical turnout all over Minnesota. Getting up front and personal with neighbors and community members has allowed Abdulrahman Wako to see the level of systematic neglect and disparity that is apparent in his communities. The feeling of powerlessness the left-out communities harbor has inspired Abdulrahman Wako to be involved in informing his communities on local politics and the pros and cons of engaging in local politics. During this time Abdulrahman Wako was part of the bargaining team that negotiated the first Coordinated Campaign union contract in MN. The ratified contract has earned the MN DFL Coordinated Campaign workers back pay, a raise and severance after the elections. Abdulrahman Wako, above all, wants to express novel ideas while simultaneously working to improve the systems and structures that govern the masses. Abdulrahman Wako deeply knows that he can live a comfortable and fulfilling life just by helping others live better lives. What really drives him is the idea that he must live in this world just the way it is; so why not toil to make it more livable for himself, his community and for generations coming forth.Less
Ahava Silkey-JonesPerpich Center for Arts Education, PrincipalMore
Ahava Silkey-Jones is an accomplished non-profit and education leader. She has a passion for building community through the arts locally and globally. She has worked to develop and implement high-quality programming, global education initiatives, and innovative models for school improvement in Chicago, Boston, and Newark. Ahava earned her Ed.M. in Arts in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and her M.A. in Educational Leadership from Roosevelt University.
Ahava is currently the Principal of the Perpich Arts High School, a statewide residential arts high school for 11th and 12th grade students. Ahava also serves on the National Arts in Education Advisory Council with Americans for the Arts. Prior to Perpich, Ahava worked as a school administrator in the Newark Public Schools and as the Director of Fine Arts for the University of Chicago Charter School. While in Chicago Ahava co-founded a non-profit organization, the Professional Theatre and Dance Youth Academy (PTDYA), which provides performing arts programming for over 600 students per year in under-resourced communities. She currently serves on the PTDYA board. In 2013 Ahava was recognized by the University of Chicago Urban Education Institute as Employee of the Year for her extraordinary service, exemplary practice, and stellar results.
Ahava is fiercely committed to working on system-level equity and policy initiatives, building school and community partnerships, and improving access to quality arts programming for all students.Less
Alex ReichMinuteEarth, Director/Writer/Editor/NarratorMore
Alex Reich believes that the solutions to humanity’s biggest challenges lie in our relationship with the natural world, and he has focused his work and life on understanding and improving that relationship. He has built his career as a communicator and advocate through storytelling, policy, and research. In 2013, Alex co-founded MinuteEarth, a science education YouTube channel. In 2015, he interned for the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, working on watershed management and monitoring and evaluation for an agricultural climate resiliency project. In 2016 he moved back to Minnesota, where he continues to make online videos, both through MinuteEarth and through Hot Mess, a PBS YouTube channel focusing on climate change that he helped start. During his Masters, Alex researched global food policy and sustainability, including writing policy briefs about the connections between climate change and agriculture.
Alex’s passion for this work has taken him to the Arctic for a year-long Watson Fellowship, during which he learned from Arctic indigenous peoples about how they were adapting to climate change, as seen through food and harvesting. Alex graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2015 with a Master’s Degree in Natural Resources, Science, and Management focusing on global food system sustainability, and from Grinnell College with a Bachelors in Biology.
Through NLC, Alex looks forward to returning to policy as a tool to address human and environmental challenges.Less
Asja KarićJeff Anderson & Associates, PA, Client Communications ManagerMore
Asja Karić is a refugee from Bosnia and Herzegovina and a first-generation college graduate. She holds a B.A. in Family Social Science from the University of Minnesota and a M.A. in Advocacy and Political Leadership from Metropolitan State University.
Asja was first introduced to the sexual and domestic violence movement through the stories of courageous rape survivors of Bosnia whose testimonies helped categorize rape as a war crime. Since being moved by these brave survivors, she has effectively advocated for trauma survivors for over eight years. She began her career as an advocate working with victim/survivors of sexual and domestic violence in hospital emergency rooms, shelter programs and courtrooms. Currently, she holds the position of Client Communications Manager for Jeff Anderson & Associates, a law firm that represents victim/survivors of sexual abuse in civil cases against individual offenders and the institutions that harbored them.
Asja has trained legal professionals, students, and advocates in trauma-informed advocacy, the ethics of self-care, and professional advocacy boundaries. She serves on the Board of Directors for Standpoint, a statewide agency providing immediate and free legal advice to victim/survivors of sexual and domestic violence. Asja is passionate about trauma-informed, ethical and sustainable advocacy, and believes in the resilience of the human spirit.
Azeib NigatuDHS, Human Resource SpecialistMore
Azeib Nigatu is a current Human Resource Specialist with the Department of Homeland Security. For the last two years she has been working in Customs and Border Protection recruiting and consulting division. There she works with placing veterans in federal positions across the country and consults with customers on recruitment and hiring plans.
As the daughter of refugee parents, Azeib knows firsthand the struggles and hardships that can be faced from leaving your homeland. Azeib is a Ethiopian-American and is passionate about connecting with first generation individuals who are in similar positions like her. She envisions using cultural values for ally development on numerous social justice issues.
Azeib is passionate about tennis and women's sports. She spends time playing/teaching tennis to the youth. Additionally, in her free time, Azeib enjoys music, traveling and spending time with family.Less
Dorothy SummersSarah Davis, Restorative Justice FacilitatorMore
Dorothy Summers is a restorative justice facilitator and Youth Advocate Attorney at the Legal Rights Center. In her role, Dorothy facilitates restorative Family Group Conferences where youth and families identify and focus on their strengths as they develop a support and accountability plan to enable youth success. Dorothy has a strong commitment to serving disadvantaged individuals, youth advocacy, and empowerment. Originally from the Bronx, NY, Dorothy was the first member of her family to graduate from college, earning a bachelor’s degree in History from Binghamton University. Dorothy went on to join the New York City Teach for America Corps and taught early childhood education in the South Bronx and Special Education Kindergarten in West Harlem while earning a dual Master of Science Degree in Early Childhood and Special Education.
Dorothy earned her law degree from the University of St. Thomas School of Law. At St. Thomas she served as the Senior Editor of the Journal of Law and Public Policy and the Community Liaison for the Black Law Student Association. Throughout law school Dorothy held different positions including: Law Clerk for Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid, Student Advocate and Skills Coach at Venture Academy Middle School, Research Assistant for Dr. Artika Tyner, and Judicial Extern to the Honorable Tanya M. Bransford.
Edwin CruzProdeo Academy, Director of Talent and Student RecruitmentMore
Edwin Cruz is the Director of Talent and Student Recruitment at Prodeo Academy, a network of charter schools closing the achievement gap in the Twin Cities. In this role, Edwin leads efforts to recruit and hire staff members to serve students at Prodeo’s network of three schools. He also manages Prodeo’s marketing strategies to reach and serve more families. Prior to this role, Edwin managed Teach For America’s recruitment campaigns at the University of Chicago and Notre Dame, leading each campus to be among the nation’s Top Contributors of corps members.
A first-generation college graduate from Phillips, Minneapolis, Edwin has seen how inequitable educational opportunities can affect life outcomes, and has spent his career ensuring students of color and low-income learners have access to great schools and excellent teachers. Before joining TFA’s recruitment team, Edwin served as a middle-school English teacher in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he worked on developing intrinsically motivated readers and critical thinkers capable of beating the odds. His time in the classroom taught him the unique assets of the East Vegas community, and it also exposed him to the institutional barriers that limit access to opportunity in low-income communities.
Edwin has a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities and a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Nevada – Las Vegas. After being away from home for 5 years, Edwin returned to the Twin Cities in April. Outside of work, he volunteers his time as a Founding Member of the Teach For America – Twin Cities Alumni Board. Edwin lives in St. Paul with his wife and 11-month old son, and enjoys playing futsal, visiting bookstores, and rooting for Minnesota sports teams.
Eric ArmacanquiChildren's Defense Fund - Minnesota, Policy & Legislative Affairs DirectorMore
Eric Armacanqui is currently the Policy & Legislative Affairs Director at the Children’s Defense Fund – Minnesota. He advanced to this role after successfully advocating for immigration and economic development legislation while at the Minnesota Council on Latino Affairs. Before his entrance into politics, he earned a Master of Public Policy degree at the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs. After graduate school, his award winning Master’s thesis brought him in front of the United States Department of State’s Counterterrorism Bureau, where he was asked to advise their senior leadership on ISIS policy. At the Minnesota State Capitol, Eric is known for his ability advance contentious pieces of legislation with bi-partisan support.
Originally from Madison, Wisconsin, Eric is the proud son of a Peruvian immigrant and an Iowa farmer. While growing up, he was surrounded by family members and friends from all walks of life and corners of the globe. This unique upbringing taught him important values: Hard work, mutual respect, decency, and to treat others the way you want to be treated. In his free time, Eric enjoys watching movies, cooking, going to live music shows and stand-up comedy performances, trying new restaurants, and exploring new cities throughout Minnesota.
Eric BrokerMinnesota Opera, Associate Communications DirectorMore
Eric Broker is an arts administrator, writer, and performer working to define and pursue a greater sense of justice in the world through art, media, and collaboration among people and civic institutions. Eric is currently the Associate Communications Director at Minnesota Opera where he develops strategic, multi-channel public relations plans that integrate artistic, marketing, and fundraising goals and chairs the environmental committee. He also serves on the planning team of Picnic Operetta, an organization that brings together classical music, horticulture, food, and storytelling into a celebration of the urban ecosystem. He was previously with the Walker Art Center and the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. In addition to his work with arts institutions, Eric is an arts writer for The Growler Magazine and an arts columnist at Twin Cities Pride Magazine.
Praised by the Star Tribune for his “smooth, articulate baritone,” Eric performed the title role in Menotti’s Amahl and the Night Visitors and sang in the world premiere of Stephen Paulus’ The Star Gatherer as a boy soprano. He has since appeared in engagements with Minnesota Opera, Mill City Summer Opera, Lakes Area Music Festival, Arbeit Opera Theatre, Metamorphosis Opera Theater, and Skylark Opera; in recital with songSLAM, Opera on Tap, and The Schubert Club; and as a concert soloist with the St. John’s Abbey Schola, The St. John’s Boys’ Choir, the Northfield Community Band, the Canon Valley Regional Orchestra, and The St. Olaf Choir. Eric received a first place award from the Minnesota National Association of Teachers of Singing and was second in the Schubert Club Scholarship Competition.
In his spare time, Eric volunteers with The Cedar Cultural Center and OutFront Minnesota and is an avid reader. A native of St. Cloud, Minnesota, he graduated summa cum laude from St. Olaf College where he received his Bachelor of Music in vocal performance.Less
Fatin OmerabiTarget, Social ManagerMore
Fatin Omerabi is a Social Manager at Target, driving the development of Target's social engagement strategy across various categories with experience in content production, campaign development, and community management. A graduate of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities with a degree in Business and Marketing Education, Fatin has gained a deep expertise of utilizing behavior, technology, and cultural trends to build marketing campaigns. While studying film at University of California, Berkeley, Fatin gained a passion for content production and storytelling. Later, her time spent living in Northern California further opened her eyes to disparities within our society, regardless of region, and fostered a deeper appreciation of progressive values.
The daughter of Muslim immigrants, Fatin dedicates much of her volunteering and advocacy efforts towards advancing the rights of immigrants, Muslims and gender issues. Fatin is thrilled to apart of the 2019 NLC cohort working with like-minded young professionals dedicated to fostering a progressive community.Less
Guled IbrahimMinneapolis, Complaint Investigation OfficerMore
Guled Ibrahim is a Somali American and a resident of Saint Louis Park. Guled came to the United States as a teenager in 2005. He is an energetic and self-motivated young leader who has distinguished himself as an exemplary leader among his peers. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in journalism and political science from the University of Minnesota. And in the last five years, he has worked and studied at graduate schools in the US, UK, and Australia. In 2016 he earned his Juris Doctor (J.D.) from Mitchell Hamline Law School and international MBA from BPP Business School in London. In 2017, Guled was selected for the prestigious Rotary Peace Fellowship by the Rotary Foundation. As a Rotary Peace Fellow, he completed a Master of International Studies in Peace and Conflict at the University of Queensland in Australia in 2018. Additionally, Guled was named as one of the Most Influential 100 People of African Descent in 2018 by MIPAD in support of the UN’s International Decade for People of African Descent.
Prior to receiving the Rotary Peace Fellowship, Guled worked for the City of Minneapolis’ Intergovernmental Relations department as an Urban Scholars and helped draft its 2017 legislative agenda. He also clerked for the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office and the United States Attorney’s Office for Minnesota in 2015.
During his time in law school, Guled was a Ferencz Fellow in Human Rights and Law with World Without Genocide, a human rights advocacy organization based in Minnesota. He also sat on the Board of Directors for the United Nations Associations of Minnesota and Minnesota Justice Foundation. In 2015, he was selected to participate the International Criminal Court’s Assembly of States conference in The Hague. And in 2016, he was chosen to participate One Young World Summit in Ottawa to represent the United States and Somalia.
Guled is an avid reader of international affairs and a travel aficionado who has traveled close to three dozen countries in five continents. Since returning to Minnesota from Australia, Guled hopes to continue being active in the community. He is passionate about education and empowering the youth through mentoring and leadership programs. Guled hopes to use his legal and business background to help address some of the issues New Americans face in Minnesota. Guled often says "if the human mind can conceive and believe, human ingenuity can achieve."
Haaris PashaUniversity of Minnesota Law School, StudentMore
Haaris is deeply committed to civil rights and to building an inclusive and equitable community. He also aspires to build a movement-based politics that places marginalized and underserved persons at the center of our political conversation.
He is currently a third-year law student at the University of Minnesota Law School. He serves as a research assistant at the Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice. He also served as a research assistant for a number of professors at the American University Washington College of Law, working on publications about race, poverty, and the law.
Haaris has worked at the Immigrant Justice Clinic in Washington D.C., defending immigrants in deportation proceedings and asylum case. He also worked at the Minneapolis City Attorney's office as a member of the Misdemeanor Prosecutions Clinic, and is a member of the University of Minnesota Law School Housing Clinic. He was a Summer Associate at Stinson Leonard Street LLP in Minneapolis. He currently serves as an extern with Representative Dave Pinto in the Minnesota House of Representatives.Less
Haroon Al HayderJasmin, InterpreterMore
Haroon Al Hayder is originally from Iraq and currently a student studying business administration at Minnesota State University Moorhea. He also works as an interpreter at Family Health Care and as Program Director at Chira Global Development Organization which serves new Americans.Less
Lillie BenowitzEnvironmental Initiative, Program Manager, EngagementMore
Lillie Benowitz is a convener, organizer, and relationship builder. She currently works as the Program Manager, Engagement at Environmental Initiative, a non-profit equipping leaders to work collaboratively at the intersection of a healthy environment, prosperous economy, and equitable society. Lillie leads the annual Environmental Initiative Awards, and focuses her efforts on centering relationships and equity throughout the organization’s events and engagement.
As the daughter of Jewish lesbian parents, Lillie realized from a young age that current societal structures did not allow the people she loves to exist fully. She now aligns her commitment to seek understanding of histories and power dynamics in order to ensure that those around her can exist fully. She believes that her liberation is bound up with the liberation of others and strives to build coalitions to make a more just world possible.
Prior to her work at Environmental Initiative, Lillie worked as Andrea Jenkins’ Communications Director during her campaign for Minneapolis City Council in 2017, notably managing her press and media coverage following her victory, and served as an Urban Scholar each summer from 2015 to 2017 at the Minneapolis Public Schools, Minneapolis Regulatory Services Department, and Minneapolis Civil Rights Department Equity Division respectively.
Lillie graduated magna cum laude from Mount Holyoke College with a double-major in Africana Studies and Politics, focusing on racial equity, resistance, movement building, and political theory. During her undergraduate career, Lillie completed an honors thesis analyzing workplace inclusion and organizational norms, entitled Justice at Work: Towards an Adaptable Workplace. Lillie is from Minneapolis, MN. She enjoys seeing live music and gathering people to share art and stories in her spare time.Less
Logan TootleMinnesota Indian Women's Resource Center, Safe Harbor Youth WorkerMore
Logan Tootle is an enrolled member of the Cherokee Nation and currently lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she works at the Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center as the Safe Harbor Youth Worker. She provides direct services, including individual case management and culturally specific support groups, to Native youth 24 and under who have experienced or are at risk of experiencing commercial sexual exploitation in the Twin Cities. Logan approaches her direct service work with a harm reduction strategy to provide support to all youth regardless of circumstance.
In addition to direct service, Logan engages in and facilitates a variety of trainings within the community, including organizing a three day conference in June of 2018 titled Bring Her Home: Creating Tribal Responses to Commercial Sexual Exploitation. She was recently featured in a Minnesota Native News special titled The Fight against Sex Trafficking.
Logan holds a BA in International Studies and Sociology from Macalester College. In her spare time, she enjoys searching for ways to score free points towards flights and trying new restaurants.Less
Meghna SohoniTeach For America, Manager, RecruitmentMore
Meghna Sohoni is a second generation Indian American woman who is passionate about driving systemic change for educational equity. After graduating Summa Cum Laude with a degree in political science from the University of Minnesota, Meghna joined Teach For America. She led a classroom of 5th graders in South Minneapolis. During her time in Teach For America, Meghna was a regional finalist for the Sue Lehmann Award which recognizes excellence in teaching. She currently works as a Manager of Recruitment at Teach For America where she leads a team of four and manages recruitment efforts across four Minnesota colleges. She has a deep commitment to bringing in our most promising and diverse leaders to tackle educational inequity in every system and sector.
In her time within the classroom, Meghna was selected as one of seven educators in the state of Minnesota to serve as a Legislative Advocacy Fellow with Educators 4 Excellence. In her role, she lead meetings with legislators to testify on policy issues, published an article in MinnPost about the disparities prevalent within Minneapolis Public Schools and helped write legislative policy memos on racial discipline disparities.
She also served as a Policy and Advocacy Fellow with Leadership for Educational Equity. In this role she analyzed innovation barriers principals faced in Chicago to inform action for Chicago Public Schools, created a manual to outline barriers principals faced within the Chicago district and planned an Innovation Showcase for over forty educators.
In her spare time, Meghna serves as a board member with The Collective, a Teach For America alumni of color association and also serves on the Twin Cities Teach For America alumni board. She loves to run, listen to podcasts, read historical fiction books, try new recipes in her instant pot, play endless amounts of board games and explore new restaurants in MinneapolisLess
Rachael JosephSurvivors Lead, Executive DirectorMore
Rachael got involved in the gun reform movement after her aunt Shelley was murdered in the courthouse shooting at the Hennepin County Government Center in downtown Minneapolis, MN on September 29th, 2003. The shooter had purchased a gun for $60 through a private sale at a gun show with no background check required by state law.
Rachael is a former Survivor Engagement Lead with Mayors Against Illegal Guns/Everytown for Gun Safety and former Director of Outreach and Communications at Protect Minnesota, both gun violence prevention groups. She currently volunteers at Lucy Craft Laney elementary, serves on the Board of Directors at the Minnesota Alliance on Crime, the Advisory Board for the Women’s March, the Board of Directors at Art is My Weapon MN, and is the current Advocacy Director at Women Against the Violence Epidemic (WAVE). Rachael has a background in electoral politics as a former volunteer for Senator Paul Wellstone, former Field Organizer for Representative Raymond Dehn's Mayoral campaign, former Campaign Manager for Neighbors for Sara Freeman, former Communications Director for Paul Thissen for Governor and Campaign Manager for Representative Jim Davnie. Rachael founded Survivors Lead with the philosophy that gun reform will be achieved through a more representative government by electing public servants that are also trauma survivors.Less
Shona RamchandaniLanguage & Culture Worldwide, ConsultantMore
Shona Ramchandani is an accomplished and resourceful equity and inclusion educator with 15+ years of expertise in national and international diversity issues; passionate about social justice advocacy through the arts. She offers years of experience in leading organizational change, building infrastructure and implementing high quality programming across educational and nonprofit institutions. She is a highly motivated, self-directed, organized and goal-oriented professional, skilled at leveraging resources to meet goals.Less
Yasmin YassinGraduate Student, Johns Hopkins UniversityMore
Yasmin Yassin is a researcher, storyteller, public health professional and recent transplant to the Twin Cities from the west coast of Canada. She is currently a graduate student at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with a background in genetics and microbiology from the University of British Columbia (UBC). Yasmin is passionate about tackling public health issues in innovative ways that improve health and wellness along the life course. Her interests include evidence-based community level programming/evaluation and determining the underlying social causes behind health disparities.
Previously she has worked in various public health capacities at the BC Ministry of Health in Canada, as a research manager for UBC, a field researcher working in Indigenous communities, an intern for the Baltimore City Health Department and in rural Nepal volunteering at a maternal and child health clinic. Yasmin is an alumni of the 2015 Banff Centre for the Arts and Creativity Science Communication Residency program and is interested in finding ways to effectively engage people through digital media. She also in a previous life worked in an epigenetics lab and was co-author of a paper in Science.
Yasmin has been volunteering for years in her community wherever she may be, and is most recently a volunteer for Cycles for Change and Hennepin County Public Health’s Health Care for the Homeless here in Minneapolis. In her spare time, she can be found documenting life with her camera, freelancing for various web + design projects, or with her little red road bike exploring the cities.Less
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