Meet our staff and organizers
I am the Data Manager for Metropolitan Congregations United, where I am responsible for collecting, developing, and organizing data and research for MCU’s community campaigns and initiatives. Also, I am the pastor for Zion United Church of Christ in Florissant, MO.
Emmaline is excited to join the MCU team as the new Environmental Justice Organizer. Emmaline is working on building a base of local congregation leaders to stimulate faith-based dialogue around the impacts of environmental racism throughout our communities. She is also working to support clergy leaders to unite our mutual power and spearhead a local environmental justice movement. The environmental justice movement, led by people of color, demands that environmental racism be dismantled, that all people have the opportunity to live a safe and healthy life, and the voices of the most oppressed be heard and equitably addressed by decision-makers.
Welcome new staff member, Dana Kelly. Dana will be working with Demarco Davidson in developing and leading our Sacred Votes campaign. Look for Dana in your congregation this summer!!
I am the organizer for EXPO. I will be organizing formally incarcerated people to advocate and press for change in legislation and institutions that support the disenfranchisement of the formerly incarcerated. Currently, I am working on Unlock the Vote campaign aimed at restoring voting rights to those on probation and parole once released from prison.