Darlene Lombos

Executive Director, Community Labor United

Darlene started with Community Labor United (CLU) in 2006 as a Senior Organizer, became Organizing Director then Co-Director in 2008, and finally Executive Director in 2011. Darlene has been organizing around various community issues since 1996, including police accountability and home daycare justice at Direct Action for Rights and Equality in Providence, RI as well as transportation equity, gentrification and displacement, and education reform at Sisters in Action for Power in Portland, OR. She brings eighteen years’ experience in community and youth organizing, leadership development and coalition-building to this work. Recently, she was elected as the first woman of color Vice President of the Greater Boston Labor Council.

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