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Erika Bernabei

Erika Bernabei is a leader in the strategic design and implementation of whole organization and collaborative work to achieve equitable results in low-income communities and communities of color. Through Equity and Results, she works with small and large non-profit, philanthropic and public organizations nationally and internationally to use a racial equity results driven process to build the capacity of leaders and communities. Erika uses an antiracist lens, developed by the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, and Results Based Accountability (RBA) to look at how organizations and collaboratives can work differently to do systems change work and strategically disrupt 'business as usual'. Erika’s deep knowledge of community-based participatory processes encourages accountability with formal, informal and community leaders so that there is buy-in at all points in the work.


Marz Saffore

Marz Saffore was born and raised in Richmond, Virginia. In 2015, she graduated from University of Rochester with a B.A. in both Studio Art and Film & Media Studies and a minor in Psychology. After undergrad, she moved to New York City with her partner. May 2017, she received her M.F.A. in Studio Art from New York University Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Marz is a member of MTL+ Collective, a group of artists, writers, and educators who combine research and aesthetics in political action. MTL+ Collective founded and facilitates Decolonize This Place, a collaboration between cultural producers and grassroot organizers across struggles and borders. Currently, Marz is an adjunct professor at NYU Steinhardt teaching advanced video production through the lens of collective, movement-generated art making.