Fred Azcarate

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Federico (Fred) Azcarate began organizing as a student and was the first Asian American President of the United States Student Association. In 1992, Azcarate became Executive Director of Jobs with Justice, a national social justice network of labor, faith-based, community and student organizations. Under his leadership, the network has grown to 43 local coalitions in 29 states waging workplace and community campaigns that have secured workers rights, living wages, accountable development and improved access to health care. [1]

Married to Maria Roeper.

Letelier-Moffitt selection panel

The Institute for Policy Studies' 33rd Annual Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Awards, were awarded, Thursday, October 15, 2009.

Members of the selection panel were;[2]

Midwest Academy connection

The Gala Host Committee, for the December 10, 2014 Midwest Academy Awards Ceremony included — Fred Azcarate, Executive Director, USAction - Midwest Academy alumni .[3]

Kopkind Colony

The Kopkind Colony Program Advisory Committee, as of 2015;[4] The Kopkind Colony Honorary Board, as of 2015;[5] Angela Ards, Fred Azcarate, Jennifer Berkshire, Pamela Bridgewater, Francis Calpotura, Margaret Cerullo, Tim Costello, Kim Diehl, Heidi Dorow, Scott Douglas, Theo Emery, Laura Flanders, Ku‘umeaaloha Gomes, Joe Grabarz, Jennifer Gordon, Pronita Gupta, Muna Hamzeh, Amber Hollibaugh, Mary Howell, Janine Jackson, Si Kahn, Robin D. G. Kelley, KipuKai Kuali‘i, Brad Lander, Eric Mann, Nikki Morse, Scot Nakagawa, Debbie Nathan, Amy Newell, Rev. James Orange, Robert Pollin, Verandah Porche, Luis Rodriguez, Deb Schwartz, Barbara Smith, Makani Themba-Nixon, Jerry Tucker

National Leading From the Inside Out Alum

Fred Azcarate, USAction was a 2015 Rockwood Leadership Institute National Leading From the Inside Out Alum.[6]

NWF Board Members

New World Foundation leads by example. Our Board is made up of social justice practitioners, past and present grantees, movement thinkers, and leaders.[7]

Board members September 2018:

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