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Katie Unger

Katie Unger Consulting
Strategic Consultant
Brooklyn, New York
I've been an activist since my first protest at 2 weeks old. By college, I gave my union-leader parents their best gift ever by getting arrested for the first time at a sit-in for campus workers on their wedding anniversary. Now with deep experience developing impactful strategic campaigns in labor, NYC government, and activist and advocacy groups, I'm working with leaders and organizations to build capacity and ask the tough questions to target, plan, and execute campaigns based on rigorous power analysis and clear focus. Let's talk about how to get past your roadblocks, aim sharper, and bring your organization into alignment around core strategic decision making.

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Katie Unger is an independent strategic consultant for labor and social justice organizations and a fourth-generation New York labor activist. Katie Unger is an independent strategic research consultant and trainer for social justice organizations. Her clients have included Color of Change, New York Communities for Change, the Advocacy Institute, the National Employment Law Project and others. She has spent more than a decade developing organizing campaigns in the fast-food, laundry and other industries, including as Deputy Director of Strategic Affairs for the Change to Win labor federation. Katie recently served the City of New York working with communities on progressive policies as a Deputy Commissioner of the Mayor's Community Affairs Unit. Katie also organizes with Showing Up for Racial Justice and Jews for Racial and Economic Justice and has written about work and the new economy for City Limits.. @KungerNYC

Talk to me about:
*Research
*Strategic Planning
*Tactics and Escalation
*Capacity Building and Training
*Developing coordinated comprehensive campaigns
*How Research can best work with Communications, Organizing, and Politics