Marley Pulido is a movement builder based in the DC area. He is a Director, Worker Resources and Training at where he helps tech workers organize at the intersection of socially responsible tech and worker’s rights. Marley’s movement work has been broad and impactful: He’s managed a binational advocacy program to help ease U.S. trade restrictions on Cuba, taught an experiential learning class at the intersection of immigration and labor at George Mason University, led crucial voter engagement and partnership development work in several electoral cycles in Virginia, and built local campaigns to fight wage theft. He co-founded La Luchita Project, which facilitates exchanges between community organizers in the US and Cuba.

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