Board of Directors

Organizations are listed for identification purposes only.

Daud Abudiab - President
Islamic Center of Columbia
(Columbia)

Cesar Bautista Sanchez - Vice President
JUMP
(LaVergne)

Vinh Duong - Treasurer
Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP
(Nashville)

Mayra Yu - Secretary
Casa de Cultura Latinoamericana
(Nashville)

Zhegir Ali
Family Involvement Specialist, MNPS
(Nashville)

Arely Bravo
JUMP
(Nashville)

Cristina Condori
Comunidades Unidas por Una Voz
(Memphis)

Elizabeth Crews
(Chattanooga)

Bartolo Gonzalez
Comunidades Unidas por Una Voz
(Memphis)

Alejandro Guizar
Comite Popular de Knoxville
(Knoxville)

Rosendo Lozano
Comite Popular de Knoxville
(Knoxville)

Diana Montero
JUMP
(LaVergne)  

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Staff

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Tuesday
Feb012011

Leticia Alvarez 

Lead Organizer

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Wednesday
Jun012011

Rebecca Hall

Development Coordinator

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Friday
Jul012011

Lindsey Harris 

Interim Co-Director

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Thursday
Sep012011

Iris Mercado

West Tennessee Organizer

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Monday
Jan302012

Stephanie Teatro

Interim Co-Director

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Friday
Feb032012

Eben Cathey 

Communications Coordinator

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Tuesday
Dec182012

Karla Vazquez

Membership Coordinator

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Friday
Apr122013

Alysa Medina

East Tennessee Organizer

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Thursday
May082014

Elizabeth Kronk

Executive Assistant

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Wednesday
Jul022014

D. J. Hudson

D. J., born and raised in Jonesboro, Georgia, came to Nashville in 2006 to attend Fisk University. While there, she was inspired by the students in SNCC and their role in the Civil Rights movement, so much so that she became a community organizer in order to fight for justice and equality in the Southeastern US.  At Fisk, she studied student activism, began organizing with SNCC, was mentored by civil rights veteran James Lawson, and participated in the Jena 6 protests in 2007 and Students Against English Only in 2009. 

As a student at Vanderbilt Divinity School she continued her efforts to better understand social movements, where she participated in international conversations about nonviolent civil resistance and contemporary social movements unfolding worldwide. Her work has largely focused on empowering indigenous leaders to seek racial and economic justice for their communities, and she is passionate about working with youth. D.J. is elated to join our staff as the Multicultural Youth Organizer and engage in the the struggle for equality led by immigrant youth who inspire her as much as the students who led the movement for civil rights fifty years ago. Email D.J. at DJ@tnimmigrant.org.