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Right now, we’re gearing up for the 2023 legislative session, where we’ll be fighting to win historic housing, healthcare, climate, and decarceration (and more!) No matter where you live or how much time you have, there’s a role for you to play in our fights!

FOR THE MANY TEAM UPDATES

WE’RE GROWING OUR TEAM!

Political Coordinator

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Daniel Atonna (he/him)

Political Coordinator

Dan is our Political Coordinator. In this role, he acts as For the Many's liaison with our allies in office and in other organizations. He also fills in when needed as an emcee, press contact, and comic relief.

Dan grew up the son of a working class single mom who immigrated from the Philippines. He got a job at 15 years old to help her pay the bills. At points in his life he's struggled with lack of healthcare, homelessness, and the crushing cost of college. He was inspired to join the fight for systematic change when he heard about the Bernie 2016 campaign.

Dan is driven by a determination to make sure that future families don't have to suffer the way his family did. As Political Coordinator, he helps push forward transformative bills that will improve the lives of millions of people.When he's not politically coordinating (to the extreme!) he is watching The Simpsons while reading the news.

Communications Lead

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Aaron Narraph Fernando (he/him)

Communications Lead

Aaron leads For the Many’s top-level communications strategy and messaging, including press and rapid response efforts. He was born and raised in Queens, educated in all public schools from elementary to CUNY. Growing up in a diverse immigrant neighborhood, Aaron has always sought out justice for overlooked communities like his. After the 2020 murder of George Floyd, he created a viral spreadsheet New York politicians taking contributions from law enforcement groups. Two dozen elected officials swore off “cop money” and redistributed more than $67,000 of donations.

Throughout college, Aaron volunteered on various local campaigns, working as field director in a 2021 City Council race. But as much as he adores Queens, Aaron couldn’t help but fall in love with the Hudson Valley the first time he visited Kingston. When he was offered an opportunity in the area as part of For the Many, he didn’t hesitate.You can usually find Aaron knocking doors, biking, drafting tweets, watching Star Trek/Wars, or making a mean spreadsheet—sometimes two at the same time.

Student Organizer

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Emma Kang-Rosenthal (she/her)

Student Organizer

As the Student Organizer, Emma works to recruit and manage student volunteers and interns, and also build community among our student members. She started with For the Many as a fundraiser her freshman year in college, and continued to become more and more involved each semester as she quickly realized the importance and urgency of grassroots organizing work. She’s incredibly excited for this full-circle moment to work with students and help facilitate their personal growth and political consciousness, just as she experienced when first introduced to our work. 

In her free time, Emma loves to hike, explore the beautiful Hudson Valley, cook meals for her loved ones, and teach and practice yoga!

The impact of everyday people

Improving the lives of our neighbors

Without you, we wouldn’t be able to win concrete changes in people’s lives.

Now more than ever, we must come together to take care of each other and struggle for a better world. Your gift fuels the outreach, voter engagement, and leadership development we need to grow the movement for social and economic justice from the ground up.