Netroots Nation: Speaker/Trainer Profile

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Stasha Rhodes

Managing Director of Campaigns
The Hub Project

Stasha Rhodes the Managing Director of Campaigns at The Hub Project and is Partner, Of Counsel, at Keefe Singiser Partners. Stasha is a proven leader with over 15 years of experience as a movement strategist, building grassroots power and shaping the national conversation around critical policy priorities. As a principal at Keefe Singiser Partners, she helps mission-driven organizations develop and execute impactful issue advocacy campaigns. Prior to joining KSP, Stasha was the Managing Director of Democracy Campaigns at The Hub Project, driving a team of changemakers who brought filibuster reform and D.C. statehood to the forefront of the movement through coalitions like 51 for 51, Fix Our Senate, Democracy For All 2021, and Just Democracy. Stasha also worked with Martin Luther King III and Arndrea Waters King to create a national campaign that made MLK Day 2022 a historic flashpoint in the urgent mission to pass voting rights legislation. Previously, Stasha served as the Director of Engagement at Giffords and Director of Advocacy for guns and crime policy at the Center for American Progress. There, Stasha facilitated a nationwide coalition of over 200 gun violence prevention organizations. In her home state of Louisiana, Stasha served as a State Director of the American Heart Association, and was the founder and principal of The Red Team, LLC, an advocacy firm specializing in issue-campaign management. Stasha is a respected voice on structural democracy reform and national politics, with commentary cited in the New York Times, Vox, Elle, the Washington Post, and more. Stasha is a graduate of Southern University and Southern University Law Center, and she currently lives in Washington, D.C. with her wife and three kids.

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