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Wayne’s 60 years of working for Peace and Justice had its roots with his activist parents, Irvin and Anna Alt, and he was greatly influenced by his progressive pastors.

Former President of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union, Stuart currently serves as an Executive V.P. of the 1.3 million-member United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, as well as Director of the Legislative and Political Affairs Department. Appelbaum is a V.P. of the National AFL-CIO and a member of their Executive Council. He also currently serves as a V.P. of...

Celia Baldwin was moved to help RMM after listening to Richard preach at her church, Grace Episcopal on Hastings-on-Hudson in 2008. She joined the board in 2015. Celia is an educator at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. As a CSA member, avid home cook and farmer’s market patron, she is committed to supporting RMM’s advocacy for fair labor standards for all NYS farmworkers. Celia...

Nathan Berger is currently the Long Island Coordinator. Since September 2014 Nathan has been coordinating the Long Island JFW Legislative Campaign as well as Long Island farmworkers empowerment and outreach programs. Nathan graduated from Hobart & William Smith Colleges in 2013. During his time at the colleges he interned at RMM's Liturgia Worker Education Center in Western New York. His...

Jennifer is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Long Island University, Post (LIU Post). She received her PhD in Sociology at UC Santa Barbara in 2008. After completing her PhD, she was a Postdoctoral Scholar at the Center for Nanotechnology in Society at UC Santa Barbara. Her research today focuses on the relationships between food, technology, gender, and resistance in Latin America and...

Dan was ordained to the priesthood in June 2014 in the Diocese of California. He has served as Program Administrator at All Saints Company. A Masters of Divinity graduate from Church Divinity Schools of the Pacific (CDSP), he has been an active member of St. Aidan's Episcopal Church, San Francisco, Pastoral Associate at All Saints Episcopal Church, San Francisco and Vice President of Oasis...

Jasmin has been committed to RMM's Mission for decades, having grown up in the Overnight Leadership Camp as well as having graduated from the Youth Arts Group. Presently, Jasmin is a student at Orange Community College studying Child Development, and has been a Member of RMM's Board for over 10 years.

Sister Rosalie Carven is a Sister of St. Joseph of Brentwood (New York). During her 60 years of service, she has done varied ministries in teaching, social services, refugee services and congregational leadership. With a keen understanding of civic life and a talent for organizing, Rosalie has been doing justice for exploited and disenfranchised individuals with notable advocacy for recent...

Andrés Chamorro, artist / educator / activist, has led the Youth Arts Group of Rural & Migrant Ministry since 2004, where he guides young people in using the arts to create social justice. Prior to joining RMM, he spent 8 years at the Village of Arts and Humanities in Philadelphia, providing arts education to inner city youth, teachers, and adults. Mr. Chamorro also formed Art for Change,...

Jose is originally from the Rio Grande Valley in Texas and as a youth worked and traveled with his family as a migrant farmworker in the fields of the panhandles of Texas and Iowa. He graduated from Wesleyan University in Connecticut where he majored in American Studies with a concentration in Ethnic Studies. Jose worked as a paralegal and accredited representative focusing on immigration in...

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