Leng Leng Chancey
Executive Director (Georgia office)
Leng Leng Chancey is an activist, community organizer, and champion of equality. Her longstanding passions revolve around social justice issues concerning communities of color with “equitable access for all” as her motto. Leng Leng currently serves as Board Chair of Access Reproductive Care – Southeast, working at the intersection of reproductive justice issues that impact women of color, and is a Board member of the Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN), helping elevate the voices of immigrant communities that are most impacted by our failing immigration system. Born and raised in Singapore, Leng Leng came to the United States to attend college at Washington State University where she received her BA in History and Asian Studies.
Organizing Director (Georgia office)
Erica oversees 9to5’s organizing efforts in all the chapters. Erica previously served as the 9to5 Georgia State Director and was a Georgia chapter organizer before that. Her work fighting for economic and social justice began as a political organizer with the United Food & Commercial Workers union. Erica has a deep passion and commitment to build Young People’s involvement in the movement.
Development Director (Georgia office)
Nasreen joined the staff in 2005 and currently leads 9to5’s fundraising strategy and practice; she holds a master’s degree in nonprofit management. Before joining 9to5, she worked with Amnesty International to win rights for incarcerated women, and researched living wage legislation nationwide with Good Jobs First in Washington DC. Nasreen is first-generation American, raised in the southern US by parents from Pakistan and Germany.
Linda Garcia Barnard
Operations Director (Wisconsin office)
Linda oversees the finance, administrative and personnel divisions. Linda began as a member activist in the early 90’s, and was hired as Executive Assistant to Ellen Bravo in 1994. She moved into organizing welfare-to-work issues and led a nationally recognized temp agency testing project. She continues her policy work through support of the WI chapter. Linda holds a B.A. in Business Management, a MBA with a focus on Public Administration and studied at Marquette Law. She is a 2018 fellow of Wisconsin Women’s Network Policy Institute. Linda is married, a mother of five and grandmother of three.
Senior Advisor (Georgia office)
Cindia has worked for 9to5 since 1983. Her roles have included Atlanta Chapter Director, Southeast Regional Organizer and Co-Chair of the Georgia JobFamily Collaborative (led by 9to5), and National Organizing Director. She has a background in adult and labor education, with a BA in Economics and Labor Studies from Rutgers University.
Senior Financial Administrator (Wisconsin office)
Yaneth received her bachelor’s degree in Management Accounting from Alverno College on May 2005. She has focused for 13 years on the organization financial management, auditing and accounting services. Oversees benefits processing and supervision of finance interns. When not at work she enjoys hiking and traveling!
Senior Network Coordinator (Georgia office)
As part of our national team, Lindsey works with chapters in managing data and online tools and supports the volunteer-run California chapter. She moved to Atlanta in 2012 after studying anthropology at Grinnell College in Iowa. Outside of work, she puts her energies into collective living, queer community building, and caring for chickens, herbs and veggies.