Director of Advocacy & Organizing 

Tatiana Hill (she/her) is a New York-based community organizer working to build political power with and for marginalized Black people, especially as it relates to ending mass incarceration and the systems that perpetuate it. Her advocacy work started as a labor organizer. She is one of the two original organizers that created the first union in any Verizon Wireless store in the country. Tatiana has worked as a constituent advocate for the progressive NY State Senator Jabari Brisport starting the radical project Community Conversations. Hill previously worked with VOCAL-NY, a grassroots power building organization where she organized and advocated for formerly incarcerated people in its Civil Rights Union helping to win a successful campaign for Bail Reform and organizing Occupy City Hall. She continues to advocate for Black and brown communities with fearless passion to change the system that is called just.

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