Organizations Filed Purposes:
Educating, organizing, and mobilizing our members (key stakeholders) to advocate for an accessible, affordable, and well-staffed public higher education system in Massachusetts.
PHENOM Campus Chapter Initiative- In partnership with the Massachusetts Teachers Association (MTA) PHENOM provides stipends to MTA members and student organizers to build PHENOM Campus Chapters on several Public College Campuses across the state. These chapters engage the campus community in advocating for accessible, affordable, and well-funded public higher education through involvement in statewide and campus-based education, organizing, and advocacy.
PHENOM continued to build public support for better funded, more affordable and more accessible public higher education on and around public campuses across the state. This involved lectures, presentations to classes, meetings with campus and community organizations, letter-writing campaigns.
In February 2018, PHENOM joined with the March for Our Lives Boston as its fiscal sponsor. The March for Our Lives Boston is a youth-led movement to end gun violence that started after the Parkland shootings. In 2018, PHENOM and MFOLB coordinated the Boston March for Our Lives, which over 100,000 people attended.
Executives Listed on Filing
Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing
|Name||Title||Hours Per Week||Total Salary|
|Isaac Bears||Executive Director||40||$51,250|
|Sydney Little||Organizing Director||40||$36,400|
|James Cordero||Vice President||1||$0|
|Victoria Dzindzichashvili||Communications Team Leader||1||$0|
|Erika Civitarese||Organizing Team Leader||1||$0|
|Gillian Mason||Fundraising Team Leader||1||$0|
|Ken Haar||Legislative Team Leader||1||$0|
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