Jen Soriano is a writer and movement builder based in Seattle. She is a leader in the field of social justice communications, with more than 20 years of experience training new justice communicators and building the narrative power of social justice groups at the local, national and international levels. Jen has helped shift national debates on issues ranging from immigration and climate to environmental justice and the economy. Working with the National Domestic Workers Alliance, Jen helped shift the 2013-2014 immigration narrative away from criminalized individual workers to focus on women and workers who are part of families. Years after the 2008 financial crisis, she worked with the Right to the City Alliance, the Center for Story-Based Strategy, Rainforest Action Network and other groups to help reignite national coverage of the ongoing foreclosure crisis and its impacts on families of color. Jen loves to eat, and is proud to be an advisory board member of 18 Million Rising and a co-founder of the organizations currently known as MediaJustice and ReFrame.