While the Tax March's success will depend on people like you hitting the streets on April 15, the following individuals are helping organize the event:
Anna Chu serves as the Vice President for Income Security and Education, where she oversees the Center’s work in lifting women and families out of poverty and eliminating barriers in education. Prior to joining the Center, Ms. Chu served as the Vice President of Policy and Research at the Center for American Progress (CAP) Action Fund, leading its economic justice advocacy work, and was previously the Director of CAP’s Middle Out Economic Program. Ms. Chu has also served as the Policy Director for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, and has spent time on Capitol Hill as Policy Advisor for the House Democratic Caucus. After attending the University of Southern California Law School, Chu began her career as a law clerk to former Chief Judge Jane A. Restani in her sittings before the U.S. Court of International Trade and in six different federal appellate courts. Following this, Chu spent time as an attorney at Paul Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP.
Delvone Michael is a Sr. Political Strategist for the National Working Families Party. He was the Founding Director of DC Working Families where he was architect of the DC for $15 initiative and headed groundbreaking civic engagement programs including Friends and Families and Talking Transition. Previously, Delvone worked for national labor, political, and nonprofit organizations, including SEIU, Mack Crounse, & USAction where he worked on state, local, & federal candidate development and on political and public education programs focused on workers issues and corporate accountability.
Ezra Levin is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Indivisible Project, a D.C.-based nonprofit working to empower grassroots advocates to resist the Trump agenda through local, defensive congressional advocacy. Previously, Ezra worked as a poverty policy wonk and advocate. He’s served as CFED’s Associate Director of Federal Policy, Deputy Policy Director for Congressman Lloyd Doggett, and an AmeriCorps VISTA in the Homeless Services Division of the San Jose Housing Department.
Gwen Snyder is a community organizer from Philadelphia, and the lead organizer for Tax March Philly. As the executive director of Philadelphia Jobs with Justice, she coordinates a coalition of student, labor, community, and faith organizations that runs direct action campaigns to win concrete victories for workers and their families.
Indivar Dutta-Gupta is Co-Executive Director at the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality where he works to develop and advance ideas that promote economic security and opportunity in the United States. His prior work includes positions as a consultant to foundations and nonprofits, at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and with the U.S. House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee. Throughout his career, he has work to advance research and policy that advance social justice.
Jennifer Taub is a Professor at Vermont Law School where she teaches courses in Contracts, Corporations, Securities Regulation, and White Collar Crime. A graduate of Yale College and Harvard Law School, prior to joining academia she was an associate general counsel at Fidelity Investments. Taub has researched and written extensively about the 2008 financial crisis, including the book, Other People’s Houses, which includes a chapter dispelling the top ten myths about the crisis. She is also the co-author of Corporate and White Collar Crime: Cases and Materials.
Maura Quint is a humor writer whose work has been featured in publications such as McSweeneys and The New Yorker. She was named one of Rolling Stone’s top 25 funniest twitter accounts of 2016. When not writing comedy, Maura has worked extensively with non-profits in diverse sectors including political action campaigns, international arts collectives and health and human services organizations. She has never been officially paid to protest but did once find fifteen cents on the ground at an immigrants’ rights rally and wanted to make sure that had been disclosed.
Nelini Stamp is the National Membership Director for the Working Families Party, she works with volunteer leaders across the country building their own electoral infrastructure. Nelini has been deeply involved in movement work around economic and racial justice across the country as a participant in Occupy Wall Street, a co-creator of the Freedom Side, and as one of the co-builders of the Resist Here project, which launched #ResistTrumpTuesdays.