Mohini joined Metro Justice as staff in March 2017 after engaging in the Fight for $15 and a Union as a volunteer. She is a native of Rochester and graduated from SUNY Binghamton with a degree in Human Development and Sociology, with a minor in dance. Her experiences bartending and serving tables, as well as struggling with poverty while being a full time student, drive her dedication to build intersectional worker movements. After being the Rochester organizer for the NYS One Fair Campaign for tipped workers, Mohini is now leading several campaigns within Metro Justice. She is currently the primary staff person supporting Metro Justice's efforts around criminal justice, universal healthcare, and Rochester City School District student organizing with other coalition partners.
Just Leadership USA and FREE NY Organizer
For the last 5 years Ashley has worked in the heart of the social justice movement first as an organizer with B.L.A.C.K. Currently she serves as chair of the Advisory Board for the YWCA of Rochester where she works with families directly affected by homelessness, addiction, and domestic abuse. Most recently, Ashley became Co-leader and Diversity Chair for Action Together Rochester where she fights for progressive causes through collaboration, education, equity and advocacy in our community. She strives everyday to love mercy pursue justice and walk humbly before her God.
Fundraising and Membership Director
Andrew is a former middle and high school social studies teacher and adjunct professor who changed careers to practice the kind of civic engagement that he has been preaching to students for years. Andrew was a volunteer on the Metro Justice Education Campaign, along with other non-profit organizations, prior to coming to work for Metro Justice.
Jay first became a Metro Justice member back in 2006, mostly out of a burgeoning curiosity about local progressive movements. Within a couple of years he was becoming heavily involved with local environmental and community development causes. In early 2015 he was hired as the part-time Metro Justice bookkeeper, and two years later moved up to the position of full-time office manager. When he’s not working he’s most likely hanging out with his 3 amazing kids.