Edgar Ndjatou, Executive Director
Workplace Fairness Announces 4 Additional Members Elected to Board of Directors
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WASHINGTON (January 26, 2021) –Workplace Fairness is pleased to announce the election of four new board members: Jenni Klock Morel, Dr. Phoenix Mourning-Star, Justin SindelarandEva Zelson. “The addition of these Board members reflects the spirit and mission of Workplace Fairness and brings important and valuable skills, knowledge and enthusiasm to the organization,” said Edgar Ndjatou, Executive Director of Workplace Fairness.
The Workplace Fairness Board of Directors comprises professionals from the nonprofit and for-profit sector who are dedicated to the organization’s mission of workers’ rights advocacy. Serving on the Workplace Fairness Board of Directors is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual who is passionate about advocating for workers’ rights.
More About New Board Members Elected in December 2020
Jenni Klock Morel
San Diego, California
Jenni Klock Morel serves on the board of Workplace Fairness, bringing expertise in nonprofit development and operations and a background in law. Jenni is a writer, nonprofit leader, consultant, and Social Justice Law Scholar. Previously, Jenni practiced law mostly helping people file for bankruptcy and in consumer protection, using state and federal statutes to shut down abusive practices by creditors. She also has a background in workers’ rights and a passion for workplace fairness and advocating for the rights of employees against abusive, discriminatory and harmful employment practices. Jenni left the practice of law to wield the power of the pen and pursue a career in and for the nonprofit sector.
To the Workplace Fairness Board of Directors, she brings a background in prospect research, grant writing, development, nonprofit management and years of experience in legal writing and content creation for law firms around the nation. Jenni holds a J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law and is recognized as a Public Interest and Social Justice Law Scholar. She holds two B.A. degrees from Michigan State University in Political Science and English, and a Grant Writing Certificate from San Diego State University College of Extended Studies.
More at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennimorel/
Dr. Phoenix Mourning-Star
Dr. Phoenix Mourning-Star serves on the board of Workplace Fairness to add his expertise in workplace rights research. Phoenix is a Sr. Science Advisor and Founder of Result International Research & Consulting. He is also a Visiting Professor of Mathematics & Statistics at Colby College. His efforts in employment fairness began in 2006 as a researcher studying the National Employee Survey investigating disproportionate punishment in the workplace.
Phoenix holds his doctorate in Ecology with Chemical & Biological Engineering and is a multi-disciplinary strategist and scholar leveraging his degrees in Mathematics (BS), Biostatistics (MS), Epidemiology (MS), Environmental Law (LLM) and International Science, Technology & Space Policy.
More at https://www.colby.edu/directory/profile/phoenix.mourning-star/
San Jose, California
Justin Sindelar serves on the board of Workplace Fairness to add his expertise in digital experience design and nonprofit digital organizing. He is a Digital Experience Specialist at NVIDIA, where he designs unique and integrated digital experiences informed by UX research, information architecture and usability. Justin also brings special expertise in accessible design, having led several pilot accessibility programs in the private and nonprofit sector. His professional background began with several student-led nonprofit organizations, where he developed web properties and provided long-term digital organizing strategy. Justin graduated from San Jose State University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with concentration in Marketing.
More at https://www.justinsindelar.com and https://www.linkedin.com/in/justinsindelar/
Eva Zelson is an attorney at Zeff Law Firm, where she focuses her practice on representing the rights of employees and victims of police brutality. She also works with the Social Justice Law Project to provide representation and advocacy in various racial justice matters. As a longtime follower of Workplace Fairness, Eva looks forward to drawing on her knowledge of the changing needs of workers to ensure that Workplace Fairness continues to be an important resource for employees. Eva graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and International Studies and from William & Mary Law School.
More at https://www.zefflawfirm.com/about-us/eva-zelson/
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Workplace Fairness is a national nonprofit organization that provides information, education and assistance to individual workers and their advocates nationwide and promotes public policies that advance employee rights. The organization’s mission is to educate workers and their advocates about workplace rights and options for resolving workplace problems and so that policymakers, members of the business community and the public view the fair treatment of workers as both good business practice and sound public policy.
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