Board Members

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

Carlina Arango

Carlina is currently a bilingual sustainability analyst in Clackamas County where she supports Spanish-speaking businesses to be more sustainable in their operations and also helps them to be more connected to support services in the community. Carlina's main passion is approaching justice from an intersectional perspective. She has worked and volunteered for various community organizations that develop and implement this approach. Contact:

Jesús Godoy

Jesús is from Venezuela. He emigrated to the USA in 2018. Since then, he has worked as a day laborer in different trades. He has been a Voz member since 2019 and was Vice President of the Day Laborer Committee and now part of Voz’s Executive Committee. Jesús’ goal is to contribute ideas and effort to improve the conditions and opportunities of the Voz day laborer community in Portland. Contact:

Sandra Amolo

Sandra was born and raised in Nairobi, Kenya and migrated to the United States when she was a teenager. She has spent more than 10 years working in nonprofits, serving in communications, sustainable agriculture, youth education, human rights observation, community organizing, and nonprofit administration. She currently works at RVC Seattle to strengthen the health and sustainability of nonprofit organizations led by people of color. She is passionate about building community power that provides the tools to fight inequity, racism, and injustice. Contact:

Will Layng

Will works with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Education and Support Fund to develop training programs for real estate service workers. He was the Executive Director of Portland Jobs With Justice from 2017 to 2021 and lives in Northeast Portland. Will is bilingual in English and Spanish. Contact:

Adriana Cazorla

Originally from Michoacán, México, Adriana lives in Vancouver, Washington and is an active advocate for the rights of immigration women and domestic workers through the National Domestic Workers Alliance. Adriana has advocated for statewide and national Domestic Workers' Bill of Rights and for the extension of VAWA (the Violence Against Women Act) at the federal level. Contact: