Michal Rosenoer has spent her career working on political campaigns and policy issues across Colorado. She was previously the Field Manager for Conservation Colorado, during which time she worked on over seventy elections at the local and state level on both sides of the Divide. Before coming to Emerge Colorado, Michal also worked for Friends of the Earth in Washington D.C., was a full-time high school teacher, and organized communities on affordable housing and food access issues. She is also an elected city councilor in Edgewater, Colorado.
Before joining Emerge Colorado, Emma Piller served as a legislative aide for a year at the Colorado State Capitol. She has gained experience working with young people organizing civic engagement opportunities, building a coalition within the national movement to expand voting rights, and volunteering for local and state initiatives and candidates. Emma continues to stay engaged in her hometown of Lafayette, CO where she is a member of the Human Rights Commission. She is also proud to contribute to a new venture, Transformative Teach, an online platform working to equip educators with the tools to dismantle the school-to-prison-pipeline. Emma recently graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder. Email Emma at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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