Julia Solow has been the Westchester County Community Organizer at Community Voices Heard since November of 2013. Ms. Solow was inspired to build a life in pursuit of justice by her grandparents' labor, community and political organizing. Before coming to Community Voices Heard, she had the privilege to work with students, labor leaders and community activists through positions at John Carroll University's Center for Service and Social Action, the AFL-CIO National Campaigns Department and the East Harlem-based Latino Leadership Institute. She is currently a member of the national training team at People's Action and is a co-creator of CVH's Ella Baker School of Community Organizing. Ms. Solow has a Bachelors in Social Work from James Madison University and a Masters in Social Work from Hunter College.