Jennifer Hill

 Jennifer Hill

Jennifer Hill

Jennifer Hill is an organizer and lawyer who has worked for many years in intersectional advocacy around worker, women’s, and immigrant rights. She worked for many years as an organizer in the South, leading both new and internal organizing programs with SEIU, UE, the AFL-CIO, and ACTWU and serving on the boards of international solidarity organizations STITCH and U.S./Labor Education in the Americas Project. She then attended the University of Michigan School of Law and received a Skadden Fellowship to start the Workplace Justice Project at Americans for Immigrant Justice. At AIJ, Hill worked primarily with domestic workers and hotel housekeepers in advocacy and organizing to address wage theft and human trafficking. She taught for three years at the University of Miami School of Law and currently teaches Social Impact Advocacy as an adjunct there. She founded Advocacy Partners Team as a women-focused legal project to partner with Miami Workers Center and other community groups on immigration, employment, and families issues. She is co-editor of a Latino Critical Theory (LatCrit) social justice course book, to be published by West Publishing, and co-chair of the Law and Policy Interest Group of the National Women’s Studies Association.

 

 

 

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