Bronwyn (she/they) is a movement communications and engagement specialist who grounds her work in a commitment to building imaginative solutions. As Solidaire’s Digital Organizer, Bronwyn supports Solidaire’s donor organizers in amplifying the impact of our movement partners.
Before joining Solidaire, Bronwyn worked as the Director of Community Engagement for the North American Students of Cooperation (NASCO), a network of permanently affordable housing co-ops. At NASCO, Bronwyn facilitated relationship-building, hosted educational trainings and workshops, coordinated grassroots fundraising campaigns, and consistently uplifted the stories of housing and economic justice organizers.
Bronwyn lives in her hometown of New Orleans where she has worked toward building transformative community-led infrastructure connected to housing justice, disaster response, and worker ownership. She enjoys making art, camping, and hanging out with her one-year-old!
What Liberation Means to Bronwyn
Tell us why you do what you do.
I believe that social change is grounded in shifting consciousness, which is guided by the narratives we are exposed to and the stories we tell ourselves and others. Organizing communications for Solidaire allows me to uplift the big and small ways Solidaire members and movement partners are making a difference every day.
What’s most important to you about being part of Solidaire?
Two of the most important things to me 1) Solidaire is committed to fundamentally changing systems of oppression by centering frontline movements 2) The Solidaire community truly practices deep relationship-building and constant mutual learning.
What does liberation mean to you?
To me, liberation means community-led institutions, systems, cultural norms, and policies that are rooted in care for each other, the planet and past and future generations.