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National Domestic Workers Alliance

The National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) is the nation’s leading voice for dignity and fairness for the millions of domestic workers in the United States.

Tara Polansky

Tara has campaigned for immigrant rights, quality education, social, economic and racial justice. She has organized with ACORN, New York Civic Participation Project, and American Jewish World Service. Based in Columbus, Ohio, she is building Hand in Hand’s mid-western presence.

Diana Morales

Diana is a California Native who moved to New York in 2013 to be with her now husband and stepdaughter. She has worked as a controller and office manager for a Green Energy Company and for the non-profit organization Fort Washington Collegiate Church (FWCC) of the Collegiate Churches founded in 1628. While at FWCC Diana

Stacy Kono

As the Network Director, Stacy oversees fundraising, leads organizational systems and planning, and partners with staff and the National Steering Committee.

National Domestic Workers Bill of Rights

NDWA members in Washington DC

We believe in the rights for the nannies, house cleaners, and attendants we employ. As people who hire nannies, house cleaners and home attendants, we personally experience the powerful contributions of domestic workers to our lives. They clean homes, care for our children, and ensure older family members or those of us with disabilities can

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