Leadership

Vivian Nixon, Executive Director, College and Community Fellowship. Read bio.

Glenn E. Martin, Founder and Chief Risk Taker, JustLeadershipUSA. Read bio.

Marsha Weissman, Executive Director, Center for Community Alternatives. Read bio.

Alan Rosenthal, Co-Director of Justice Strategies, Center for Community Alternatives. Read bio.

Emily NaPier, Director of Justice Strategies, Center for Community Alternatives.

Staff

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 Liz Holliday is the Communications Associate at the Education from the Inside Out Coalition (EIO). She also helps coordinate communications efforts at College and Community Fellowship (CCF). Liz handles the day-to-day media operations of the organization and coordinates all internal and external communications. Liz comes to EIO after a long career as a Journalist, most recently in New York’s Capital Region where she helped to report on the state legislature, among other things. She holds a Master’s Degree in International Journalism from City University London, and has worked across all media platforms from TV, radio, freelance writing, even creating and running a website on the emergence of social media. A political junkie, Liz also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science and Communications from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon.

Liz Holliday can be reached at Eholliday@collegeandcommunity.org. 646-380-7783.

Co-Chairs

EIO Coalition  Working Group:

Lorna Woodham recently began working with Dignity in Schools Campaign.  She believes that the path to healing our communities begins with ensuring equal access to education. Lorna has participated in leadership positions at Osborne Association and Healing Communities.  As a dedicated social justice activist with much personal experience concerning the effect of incarceration on families, Lorna has spoken on panels at The Silberman School of Social Work, Osborne, Riverside Church, and Camp Promise, a camp for children with parents who are incarcerated.  Lorna holds a BA cum laude in Anthropology from Columbia University and is currently pursuing her M.Div./MSSW at Union Theological Seminary and Columbia School of Social Work.ts.

 

Amanda Brooke Rosenblum has been organizing with EIO since the summer of 2013.  As the co-chair of the The Education from the Inside out working group, she is looking forward to bridging her work in NYC public schools with the movement towards higher education for all.

Download the co-chair job description if you are interested in volunteering as a co-chair.