Board Members

Meet our Board of Directors who works with our staff to fight for equity and justice.

Amandeep Sohi - Interim Board Chair

Raised in Oregon City, Amandeep has called the Portland-metro region home for most of their life. They are passionate about building bridges between marginalized communities, community-based organizations, and government agencies. In their role as a community engagement coordinator at the nonprofit organization Verde, Amandeep is grateful for the opportunity to do just that: build relationships and connections, all while creating more equitable spaces. Prior to joining Verde in 2022, Amandeep held positions at the regional government agency Metro and at youth-led non-profit organization Momentum Alliance.

Juliana Minn

Born and raised in Honolulu, HI, Juliana moved to Portland, OR in 2008. Eager to pursue a career in social justice, Juliana graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School and is now the director of the school’s Small Business Legal Clinic (SBLC). Prior to directing the SBLC, Juliana was in private practice and was a staff attorney at the SBLC. Though a lawyer by trade, Juliana is a musician and is active in Portland’s beat-making community, often participating at local events.

Lisa Hubbard

Lisa learned the value of solidarity growing up in a union family and has spent more than 30 years as a strategic campaigner, organizer, communicator and movement builder with low wage workers in unions, community organizations and worker centers across the U.S. A resident of East Portland since 2017, her joys include weaving labor and community organizations together to build power and tending to the native plant ecosystem in her back yard.

Mayra Ledesma

Mayra is an attorney at the Northwest Workers' Justice Project. As the daughter of migrant parents, Mayra learned at a very young age the injustices that many low-income workers face. She developed a strong interest in the legal aspect of workers' rights, ultimately paving her path to attend law school. Mayra is a member of the Oregon bar.