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Before joining the national staff of Jobs With Justice in January 2012,
Mackenzie served as the director of D.C.Jobs with Justice from 2002 to
2011. During her nine years in leadership, D.C. JWJ helped win union
recognition and good contracts for thousands of D.C. area workers and
led campaigns to pass Living Wage and Paid Sick Days laws in theDistrict, to keep ICE out of D.C. jails, and to organize day laborers to combat wage theft. During her time on national staff, Mackenzie has served in a number of roles including field organizer, deputy field director, senior organizer for network capacity, and was recently named deputy director. Mackenzie studied history at Yale University and has been involved in both student and faith based movements and as a rank and file union activist and
elected officer.