Terry Angelotti is the Executive Director of the Centreville Immigration Forum, which provides funding and direction for the Labor Resource Center. She has experience in community development, issue-based advocacy relating to poverty issues, administration of grant programs and program management. Angelotti was a founding member of the CIF Board of Directors and chaired the Finance/Fundraising Committee before being hired as Executive Director. She has volunteer experience in fundraising for other non-profits and schools, and has served on a variety of non-profit boards and committees. She holds a BA in Politics/Art from Wake Forest University (Winston-Salem, NC).
Jasmine Blaine is Director of Centreville Labor Resource Center, with primary responsibility for day-to-day operation of Center including support for job negotiations, workforce development, quality control and record-keeping.
Jasmine is a graduate of Santa Clara University, CA, with degrees in environmental studies and economics; and she completed her Master’s degree in Public Administration at Bowling Green University, OH. She served 3 years with the Peace Corps in Panama, where she worked with farmer organizations to strengthen sustainable agriculture. She also worked as a volunteer with educational projects in Mexico, and with a fair trade coffee project in Peru. In Ohio, she led presentations on workers’ rights in migrant worker communities, and worked with the Center for Regional Development.
Johnatan Cano (John) is the CLRC Organizer, and is staff for the wage theft project, the Commission on Labor Justice. As organizer John learns to know the concerns and needs of the community, and helps the Center respond with activities and programs. Two major organizer responsibilities are leadership development, and education in workers’ rights. John provides worker rights education both formally and informally, to individuals and to groups.
John is a graduate of Ferrum College, and he brings to CLRC his experience managing a small business, and his work as field director for a political campaign.
Wynne Tysdal is Volunteer Coordinator for the CIF and CLRC. Wynne advertises , sets up training, and works to find the best place for volunteers. She comes to us through the Ignatian Volunteer Corps which provides spiritual support for Catholic senior volunteers. Wynne is a retired librarian and brings lots of experience in organizations and volunteer work. Anyone interested in volunteering can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.