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About Ai-jen Poo

Ai-Jen Poo's Portrait

Portrait by Robert Shetterly courtesy of Americans Who Tell the Truth.

Ai-jen Poo

Organizer of Domestic Workers : b. 1974

The twenty-first century way to create social change is to determine where we can create win-win-win situations around our values. These values are simple: ensuring we can take care of ourselves, our families, our communities, and future generations to come.

  • 2000: Co-Founded Domestic Workers United
  • 2010: Passage of Domestic Workers Bill of Rights
  • 2010: Became the director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance
  • 2011: Recipient of Independent Sector's American Express NGen Leadership Award
  • 2012: Named to Newsweek's 150 Fearless Women list and TIME's list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World

Learn more about Ai-jen Poo on the Americans Who Tell the Truth website. 

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