Stacy Kono is Network Director at Hand in Hand, which organizes employers of nannies, in-home housekeepers, and attendants towards workers rights at home! Previously Stacy worked with Rockwood Leadership Institute where she was responsible for oversight of trainings and fellowship programs. Rockwood continues to partner with Move to End Violence by providing training. Formerly the program coordinator for Asian Immigrant Women Advocates and a volunteer with San Francisco Women Against Rape, Stacy has worked on women’s issues for over 15 years.
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¡Estamos contratando en MEV! Buscamos añadir un/a/x Director de Comunicaciones y Estrategia de Medios Digitales a nuestro equipo. // We’re Hiring at MEV! We are seeking to add a Director of Communications and Digital Media Strategy to our team.
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