NDWA's Ai-jen Poo Nominated for Top 100 Most Influential People of 2012 inTime Magazine
3.30.2012 | National Domestic Workers' Alliance
Time Magazine announced yesterday that National Domestic Workers' Alliance Executive Director Ai-jen Poo has been nominated as one of the 100 most influential people of 2012! Ai-jen was nominated for her work to win dignity, respect and labor protections for domestic workers with the National Domestic Workers Alliance.
The nomination is a tribute to the groundbreaking work of the National Domestic Workers' Alliance members across the country and the millions of domestic workers nation wide whose commitment has demonstrated the transformational power of collective action. From New York City to California, the NDWA's members have proven time and time again that bringing people together is a powerful tool to create real change.
It's not everyday that the transformational power of collective action gets recognized like this. Can you help us make sure that the whole nation knows about the NDWA's inspirational vision and our work together to win dignity and respect and labor protections for domestic workers? Will you vote for Ai-jen’s nomination to Time’s top 100 most influential people today? The voting just takes a moment.
Official voting ends on Friday, April 6, and the poll winner will be included in the TIME 100 issue. The complete TIME 100 list will be chosen by Time editors and revealed on TIME.com on Tuesday, April 17.