OUR Team

Staff Name

Staff Title he/him/his
(Spanish)
Email: brendan@eastcolfaxcc.org
Phone: (919) 360-2920

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Staff Name

Staff Title he/him/his
(Spanish)
Email: brendan@eastcolfaxcc.org
Phone: (919) 360-2920

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Staff Name

Staff Title he/him/his
(Spanish)
Email: brendan@eastcolfaxcc.org
Phone: (919) 360-2920

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Staff Name

Staff Title he/him/his
(Spanish)
Email: brendan@eastcolfaxcc.org
Phone: (919) 360-2920

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Staff Name

Staff Title he/him/his
(Spanish)
Email: brendan@eastcolfaxcc.org
Phone: (919) 360-2920

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Staff Name

Staff Title he/him/his
(Spanish)
Email: brendan@eastcolfaxcc.org
Phone: (919) 360-2920

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Staff Name

Staff Title he/him/his
(Spanish)
Email: brendan@eastcolfaxcc.org
Phone: (919) 360-2920

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Staff Name

Staff Title he/him/his
(Spanish)
Email: brendan@eastcolfaxcc.org
Phone: (919) 360-2920

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Staff Name

Staff Title he/him/his
(Spanish)
Email: brendan@eastcolfaxcc.org
Phone: (919) 360-2920

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Staff Name

Staff Title he/him/his
(Spanish)
Email: brendan@eastcolfaxcc.org
Phone: (919) 360-2920

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

OUR Board of Directors

Board Name

Board Member he/him/his
(Spanish)

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Board Name

Board Member he/him/his
(Spanish)

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Board Name

Board Member he/him/his
(Spanish)

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Board Name

Board Member he/him/his
(Spanish)

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Board Name

Board Member he/him/his
(Spanish)

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Board Name

Board Member he/him/his
(Spanish)

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Board Name

Board Member he/him/his
(Spanish)

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.

Board Name

Board Member he/him/his
(Spanish)

Brendan Greene is a Co-Founder of the EC3 who was raised in the East Colfax Corridor who has built his career around creating grassroots models of community-centered decision making.

Brendan graduated with a degree in Latin American and Latino Studies from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a Masters in Public Affairs from the Lyndon Byron Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas, Austin.

Trained as an organizer in the farm worker movement as the National Boycott Director for the United Farm Workers in California (2000-2004) and the Farm Labor Organizing Committee in North Carolina and Monterrey Mexico (2004-2007), Brendan brings more than 24 years of community organizing experience that focuses on challenging power to create space where impacted leadership is respected and in control of decision-making power over campaigns and policies.