Community Engagement Director, ONE Community
She successfully brought the national nonprofit Feed My Starving Children to Arizona, leading the effort that grew the Mesa site into the largest packing facility in the country, where 1.12 million volunteers have packed more than 282 million meals. In her development role, she helped to dramatically grow volunteer donations and trained staff throughout the organization. The Tempe Sister Cities awarded her the Making a World of Difference Award in 2013 for her work.
After being awarded ONE Community’s Spotlight on Success Change Agent Award in 2016 for her role as a parent and LGBTQ ally, she joined their team in 2018 as the Community Engagement Director. She leads ONE Community’s conversations in the faith community, engaging with employee resource groups and developing partnerships with corporate leaders to drive the conversation toward true equality. She brings her experience with volunteers, fundraising, and training to her coalition building work with ONE Community.
Janine Skinner endorsed 2021-11-23 10:23:45 -0700
Equality and Fairness for All Americans Pledge - Individuals
The Equality and Fairness for All Pledge supports:
- Providing civil rights protections for all Americans in employment, education, housing, credit, jury service, and public accommodations, including members of the LGBTQ and faith communities.
- Banning conversion therapy, protecting millions of LGBTQ Americans from harm. This universally damaging practice has been condemned by every major medical association and many religious leaders.
- Reducing the minimum number of employees required for federal civil rights protections from fifteen (15) to zero (0), which would drastically expand the number of Americans protected against employment discrimination based on race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, color, creed, national origin and religion.
- Ensuring religious institutions continue to receive federal dollars for social services and education that are critical to our communities.