Executive Director, National Domestic Workers Alliance
Jenn Stowe is the Executive Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA), the leading national voice for dignity and fairness for domestic workers in the United States. Jenn is the granddaughter of a domestic worker, a progressive operative, and a sought after strategic visionary with years of experience leading national, progressive organizations. Jenn is also a Senior Advisor for NDWA’s sister organization, Care in Action.
Previously, Jenn was the Chief of Staff at NDWA where she led organizational development and operational strategy, and served as top advisor to Ai-jen Poo, President of NDWA. She has years of experience in leadership in progressive spaces, specializing in managing rapidly expanding and changing organizations with inclusivity and equity at the center. Prior to joining NDWA, she was Deputy Executive Director at Priorities USA, the primary presidential super PAC working to defeat Donald Trump. While at Planned Parenthood Federation of America and Planned Parenthood Action Fund, she led strategic creative direction for numerous of the organization’s campaigns including its popular “Stand With Black Women” framework and branding.
A natural coalition builder, Jenn is committed to making a better world alongside and for Black women, immigrant women, and women of color. Jenn currently serves on the boards of Priorities USA Foundation and Run for Something. An enthusiastic Southerner, she is originally from Atlanta, GA and now resides in Richmond, VA with her family.
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