Appointed as Research and Communications Strategist, PowerSwitch Action


ACLS Leading Edge Fellowships

PhD field of study

PhD, American Culture Studies, Bowling Green State University

Position Description

PowerSwitch Action is a national network organizing to realize and build multi-racial feminist democracies in our cities, towns and regions. They are driving an agenda to bring the billions of dollars in local public investments under the oversight of the communities most impacted, to expand decision making and power to more of the residents in their regions, to support the building and growth of member- based organizations, and to fight corporate actors who use their power to extract and cause harm. The Research and Communications Strategist will support PowerSwitch Action campaigns by advancing narrative strategy through collaboration with its campaigns, communications and research team; explore and document cultural strategies and organizational culture that advance its vision of a multi-racial feminist democracy; and develop strategies, tools, and reports that support campaigns, programs and experiments, including audience growth and advancement of our network’s narrative within key spaces of debate and discourse.