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.
Kayden provides office support for the 2013 CLPP conference. He is a Smith College graduate with a double major in the Study of Women and Gender and Government, as well as a 2008 RRASC recipient. He has interned with the NYC LGBT Community Center, the Pro-Choice Public Education Project, and Queers for Economic Justice.
Leticia helps mold the face of CLPP on the social media and Internet circuit. She officially joined the CLPP staff in December 2012 as the new Communications Assistant. A recent graduate of Hampshire College, Leticia was highly involved in CLPP programs throughout her Hampshire career. In the summer of 2009 she was a RRASC intern at the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health. She also participated in the CLPP student group and assisted the childcare committee, and in 2011 she was a CLPP Conference Student Coordinator. Before returning to CLPP, Leticia spent six months at the Highlander Research and Education Center in eastern Tennessee, helping organize and support youth in the south and Appalachia.
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.
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 boards of the National Women's Health Network and Third Wave Foundation.
Teresa manages CLPP's database and internal technology, and provides financial and general office support for CLPP and the Population & Development program. 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 library database, screened scholarship applications, and conducted outreach at Bay Area LGBTQ community events and through online media. Teresa was also a student manager for Educational Technology Services at Smith, providing faculty and students with equipment and software support.
Verónica directs CLPP's external leadership programs. She has worked to increase access to contraception and abortion, fought for paid sick leave, demanded access to safe public space for queer youth of color, and helped to lead social justice efforts in Wisconsin, New York City, and Texas. In 2008 Verónica obtained her Master’s degree in the Sexuality and Health program at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, and most recently she did policy analysis and research work at the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health. She currently sits on the boards of the National Coalition for LGBT Health and the National Network of Abortion Funds.