Marsha Niemeijer

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Marsha Niemeijer

DSA 2019 National Political Committee Candidates

Democratic Socialists of America 2019 National Political Committee Candidates

Austin GonzalezSauceTheresa AltSean EstelleDaniel MerrillDarby ThomasRussell Weiss-IrwinMichelle BruderZac EcholaJen SnyderJennifer BolenBlanca EstevezMarsha NiemeijerMarianela D'AprileTawny TidwellLloyd GoldsmithErika PascholdEmily CameronDan QuayleValerie SinclairNatalie MidiriRavi Ahmad HaqueJose G. PerezTim ZhuRachel ZibratAbdullah YounusMegan SvobodaMaikiko JamesKristian HernandezDavid PinkhamHannah AllisonJen McKinneyAustin Smith[1]

Bread & Roses NPC slate

DSA’s Bread & Roses caucus is thrilled to announce our slate for National Political Committee, Marianela D'Aprile, Marsha Niemeijer, Megan Svoboda, Natalie Midiri, and Rachel Zibrat![2]

DSA Women's Caucus Facebook group

Members of the DSA Women's Caucus closed Facebook group, as of August 25, 2017 included Marsha Niemeijer .[3]

NYC DSA Red Diaper Baby Group

Members New York City Democratic Socialists of America Red Diaper Baby Group closed Facebook group, accessed December 10, 2017 included Marsha Niemeijer.[4]

New New York DSA Facebook group

Members of the New New York City Democratic Socialists of America Public Facebook Group, as of June 27, 2018 included Marsha Niemeijer.[5]

Socialist Feminists (DSA) Facebook page

Members of the Socialist Feminists (DSA), closed Facebook group, as of September 30, 2017 included Marsha Niemeijer.[6]

DSA NPC meeting

Democratic Socialists of America National Political Committee Minutes of Meeting of July 21-22, 2018.

Approved August 13, 2018. Present: Ravi Ahmad, Ajmal Alami (Young Democratic Socialists of America Coordinating Committee), Theresa Alt, Dele Balogun, Christian Bowe, Allie Cohn, Zac Echola, Michelle Fisher (Young Democratic Socialists of America Coordinating Committee), Lisa Flores (Administrative and Office Coordinator), Jeremy Gong, Ella Mahony, Chris Maisano, Natalie Midiri, Chris Riddiough, Frances Rizo (Parliamentarian), R.L. Stephens, Maria Svart (National Director). Present by phone: Catherine Hoffman. Absent and excused: Joseph Schwartz. Visiting: from the Steering Committee of the Democratic Socialist Labor Commission (DSLC): Francisco Cendejas, Spencer Cox, John Kaderbek, Marsha Niemeijer, John Pearson, Paul Prescod, Meredith Schafer, Kari Thompson, Annabel Vera; also Austin Binns, and DSA member from Washington: Aaron Marks, Annie Shields (The Nation), Melissa Woods, Paula Brantner (by phone).

We met in the office of The Nation. Parliamentarian Frances Rizo chaired throughout.[7]

Structure of DSLC

In 2019 the Democratic Socialist Labor Commission is headed by a nine-person elected Steering Committee. Members of the current Steering Committee are:

  • Francisco Cendejas, Los Angeles, union staffer representing healthcare workers
  • Spencer Cox, Seattle, unrepresented labor activist in the private logistics industry
  • JP Kaderbek, Chicago, rank-and-file union member in the private sector
  • Marsha Niemeijer, New York City, union staffer representing healthcare workers
  • John Pearson, East Bay, rank-and-file union member in public sector healthcare
  • Paul Prescod, Philadelphia, rank-and-file union member in public education
  • Meredith Schafer, Metro DC & Northern Virginia, union researcher in building trades and transportation
  • Kari Thompson, Pittsburgh, union staffer representing workers in Labor and Education
  • Annabel Vera, Sacramento, rank-and-file union member in the public sector

At this time, the DSLC is further organized into five subcommittees: Education; Leadership Development; Mapping; Organizing the Unorganized; and Communications.[8]

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