Josue Guillen

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Josue Guillen is the Technology Manager at The Praxis Project.[1]

Josue Guillen is Technology Director at the Texas Organizing Project, the leading statewide organizing group in Texas, advancing racial and economic justice through community and electoral organizing. Anchored in the three largest metro regions of the state, Houston, Dallas and San Antonio, TOP has a base of over 100,000 members and supporters who are reflective of Texas’ growing population – people of color, low-moderate income families. A proud alumni of the Center for Third World Organizing’s Minority Activist Apprenticeship Program, Josué worked as a labor and community organizer throughout the 1990s. A stint with the non profit internet service provider IGC started his shift into supporting movement work with their technology needs. The MayFirst Technology Collective, the Praxis Project, Avaaz and the Center for Popular Democracy have all made good use of his skills and expertise. Josué is a graduate of Wesleyan University and Hunter College High School.[2]

Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program

Josue Guillen is an alumni of the Movement Activist Apprenticeship Program.[3]

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