Amanda Major is joining CLPP as a Program Coordinator of External Leadership Projects. Amanda will manage CLPP's national activist leadership network (New Leadership Networking Initiative) and provide support for CLPP's national summer internship program (Reproductive Rights Activist Service Corps). Amanda’s previous experience includes community outreach, public health communications, and sexual health education. Amanda recently graduated from Clark University with a degree in International Development and Social Change.
Amy is CLPP’s chief operations and finance officer. She is responsible for directing all internal operations to optimize organizational effectiveness and to support CLPP's mission and vision. She oversees personnel, administration, and the development and management of all financials, including budgets, endowment, investments, and internal and external financial reporting. Amy has a background in non-profit management in the areas of holistic and higher education. She has a master's degree in counseling psychology with a particular interest in the intersections between personal growth and development and movements for social change.
Johanna directs CLPP’s national leadership programs including the summer internship program and emerging activist leadership network. She has previously worked in labor organizing, sexual assault and violence prevention, and human rights education. She most recently served in the research and publications department of Cultural Survival and managed a student leadership development program at the University of Colorado-Boulder. She is a 2015 CoreAlign Generative Fellow, a member of the National Women Studies Association's Women of Color Leadership Project, and serves as a grants selection panelist for the American Association of University Women. Johanna holds a BA in Political Science and a MS in International Relations with a concentration in Non-profit Organizations.
Lucy joined CLPP in fall 2012 and manages the activist conference and student programming. She previously was Program Manager at the Barnard Center for Research on Women, where she organized programs bringing together feminist scholars and activists. Lucy attended Barnard College and received a BA in Women’s and Gender Studies. She is a birth doula and is a volunteer with the Prison Birth Project, as a member of their fundraising events committee.
Mateo coordinates CLPP's annual activist conference and provides support for campus leadership projects. He is an activist, organizer, and cultural worker with over 10 years of experience working in queer, racial, reproductive, and gender justice movements. Mateo holds a BA from Hampshire College and a certificate in Queer Studies from the Five Colleges. As a student activist in his hometown of Madison, Wisconsin, Mateo worked on grassroots and national organizing teams to create safer schools for LGBTQI youth.
Mia oversees the strategic interaction among program activities, fundraising, communications, evaluation and planning work. She has primary responsibility for creating and managing CLPP's strategic external relationships and oversight responsibility for all programmatic work. Mia previously worked as a staff attorney on a wide range of poverty law and civil rights issues at legal services organizations in Massachusetts and Michigan, engaging in litigation, legislative and administrative advocacy, and community organizing. Mia is a graduate of New York University School of Law and serves on the board of the National Women's Health Network, and the Legacy Council of Third Wave Fund.
Susan leads CLPP's individual fundraising efforts and communications work to increase our organizational profile and engage new constituencies. In her previous position as the Director of Communications and Development at the Public Conversations Project, Susan created the organization’s first fundraising event, launched social media planning, and significantly increased the number of new and major donors. Her work in nonprofit communications and fundraising has also included writing for Lahey Clinic’s print and online communications, and securing foundation funding for the Colorado AIDS Project. Susan has a B.S. in journalism, serves on MotherWoman’s Development Committee, and is the mom of two.
Teresa manages CLPP's database, internal systems, and website technology, and coordinates the administrative activities for CLPP and the Population and Development program to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency. A graduate of Smith College who majored in the Study of Women and Gender, Teresa received a RRASC grant in 2008 to work at COLAGE in San Francisco, where she created an internal database for the organization's media lending library, screened scholarship applications, and conducted outreach at Bay Area LGBTQ community events and through social media.