I organize our scrappy and generous base of people who give money to CTUL — monthly donors, annual contributors, and organizational partners. I build worker power by organizing the money power that allows us to be flexible, dynamic, visionary, creative, and strategic in doing our organizing work.
I love working at CTUL because I have never worked somewhere before where it is so fully embraced that we all have a role to play in the movement. Our liberation is all intertwined, and I am humbled to be a part of the movement to free us all.
I envision a world where we wake up in the morning and feel glowing in our bodies, where we grow our food close by, and smell butter sizzling in the pan. We sit in circles and share stories and emotions. We all have what we need and we all can move in the ways we need and want to.
When I’m not organizing, I love to bop and wiggle to music, draw octopi and jellyfish, squeal about ridiculous life moments with my housemates, write letters, move my body, bike, and make pancakes.