Monica Kamen, Co-Director
Monica Kamen is a Co-Director of the DC Fair Budget Coalition. Before taking on that role, Monica served as the organization's Advocacy Coordinator, beginning in 2014. Prior to joining FBC, Monica worked as a community organizer for Jews United for Justice, where she was involved in a variety of local campaigns including raising the minimum wage and leading a campaign to win paid sick days for all workers in DC. Born and raised in the Philadelphia suburbs, Monica moved to the DC area in 2007 where she earned a B.A in Arabic Studies at the University of Maryland and joined the JUFJ staff in 2011.
You can reach Monica at 202-629-4922 or email@example.com.
Stephanie Sneed, Co-Director
Stephanie Sneed is a full-time mom and fierce advocate for racial equity. She is committed to building power in Black communities and dismantling systems of oppression. She joined the staff at the DC Fair Budget Coalition as Co-Director in January 2017.
Prior to joining FBC, Stephanie worked as a youth developer both in school and out of school settings. She has experience working at and with non-profits as a staff member, a volunteer and as a recipient of services.
You can reach Stephanie at 202-629-4922 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nkechi Feaster, Constituent Leadership Program Coordinator
Nkechi Feaster is a community organizer-activist, as well as a spoken word poet. The bulk of her work has been around advocacy for affordable housing. She has been involved in organizing through Fair Budget Coalition, ONE DC, Service 2 Justice and various other community projects for a number of years. Nkechi began her organizing out of necessity through personal experiences of being laid off in the Recession of 2007 which led to her experiencing homelessness as a single mother. Through the many failures of job placement programs and housing programs, Nkechi became involved in the fight to change the systems that upheld so many forms of oppression. Nkechi has been featured in the Washington Post, the City Paper, NPR and more discussing her continued fight for affordable housing in DC.
You can reach Nkechi at 814-408-9249 or email@example.com