Colleen Kennedy is Supermajority’s national organizing associate. With almost two decades of experience in advocacy, political organizing, and electoral campaigns, Colleen focuses on the amplification of stories of people facing systemic exclusion from conversations and accountability of institutions actively harming communities. They are overjoyed to be part of the Supermajority team, working to advance the Majority Rules. Some of their past projects include communications strategy to protect the Affordable Care Act from repeal, the advancement of #MeToo legislation in the PA General Assembly, numerous electoral campaign victories up and down the ballot, and racial justice accountability efforts, including in the public education equity and police accountability spaces. They train fellow activists in their spare time on power analysis, open records research, community and electoral organizing, and strategic messaging. Colleen is a 2018 graduate of the Campaign School at Yale University.