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9to5 Georgia Chapter Staff

Erica Clemmons

Georgia State Director

Erica is a Community activist at heart, who believes that we should have full access to all civil and human rights equally. Her fight for economic and social justice started as a political organizer with The United Food and Commercial Workers Union. Erica has a passion and commitment to build Young People’s involvement in the movement of social and economic justice.

Erica@9to5.org // (404) 222-0001

Shanda Neal

Organizer II

Shanda’s passion for empowering others is rooted in a strong moral obligation to create a worthwhile legacy. As a teen mother who fought against adversity, she developed a mind state that allowed for the belief in the impossible. She is a firm believer that someone else’s opinion does not define you or what you can accomplish in life, if you are willing to fight. A graduate of Winston-Salem State University with a degree in Political Science, Shanda was a vanguard for grassroots organizing and politics. Collegiate activism lead to campaign work for city council elections in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. In collaboration with a small network of students, secured a victory for one of the youngest elected officials to city council, and a student of WSSU. She has worked in labor organizing for the purpose of improving workers’ economic status, working conditions through collective bargaining with the right to form a union. Shanda seeks to leave the world a better place, whether by given a voice to the voiceless, or redeeming social, political, and economic conditions that keep people oppressed.

Shanda@9to5.org // (678) 842-3682

Amna Farooqi

Organizer

Marilyn Lee

Organizer

Olivia Chalkley

Quaker Fellow

Olivia is a Quaker Fellow originally from Baltimore, MD, where she grew up surrounded by people involved in various movements for justice. She is recent graduate of Guilford College where she studied literature, religion, and social movements, and spent a lot of time organizing against racism and sexual assault on campus. She hopes to pursue a life in the labor movement this year and beyond.

olivia@9to5.org // (404) 688-0165

State Board

Gloria Smith, Org (Chair)
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Gloria Smith, Org (Chair)
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Gloria Smith, Org (Chair)
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Gloria Smith, Org (Chair)
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Gloria Smith, Org (Chair)
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Gloria Smith, Org (Chair)
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Gloria Smith, Org (Chair)
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Gloria Smith, Org (Chair)
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Gloria Smith, Org (Chair)
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Gloria Smith, Org (Chair)
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Gloria Smith, Org (Chair)
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Gloria Smith, Org (Chair)
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