Boston, MAUSA 02108
January 6, 2013
I am an advocacy and media trainer, consultant, speaker and writer published in local and national venues. My recent book on effective advocacy is "Make Your Voice Matter With Lawmakers: No Experience Necessary." www.makeyourvoicematter.com.
I am a part-time advocacy consultant to the Concord/Action area Advocacy Network to End Family Homelessness. I also chair the Diversity Advisory Committee to the Superintendent of Schools in Arlington, MA. My primary social justice interests are poverty, immigrant issues, diversity and children's well-being. The daughter of refugees from Nazi Germany, I feel a special connection and commitment to eliminating hardship and inequality. I also write essays about personal issues and op-eds about social justice issues. I love hanging out with friends, sightseeing and reading.
Heard about Socializing for Justice from Jessica Critcher.