Harmony Goldberg is the Director of Programs at the Grassroot Policy Project and a founding editor of Organizing Upgrade. She is a political educator and facilitator who has worked closely with social movements around the United States for more than twenty years. She was a founder and former Co-Director of SOUL: the School Of Unity and Liberation, a social justice movement training center based in Oakland, California. She has provided political education, strategic facilitation and writing support for a number of local organizations and national organizing networks, including the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Social Justice Leadership, the Right to the City Alliance and, most recently, with People’s Action. She worked closely with the Bertha Foundation for several years, which exposed her to models of political education used by social movements in the global South. In 2015, she completed her PhD in Cultural Anthropology at the City University of New York’s Graduate Center. Her research focused on organizing among domestic workers in New York City, focusing on the work of Domestic Workers United.