Tina brought with her over ten years of organizing experience with immigrant communities and unions in Washington D.C. and New York before unions and immigrant communities before becoming NDWA’s gig economy organizer. As the gig economy organizer, she is working to understand and improve the working conditions of care and cleaning workers in the gig economy through research, organizing, and advocacy. Her goal is to reach the many domestic workers that are moving to online platforms to find “gig” jobs and to build community and power.