Orlando Chapter Captain
Allison lives in Orlando, Florida and works for a community based, non-profit nutrition resource center, tackling issues of food security and food justice through comprehensive nutrition education programming. Her dream is to dismantle industrial agriculture. Having closely followed many national activists groups for years, she was drawn to the message of Women’s March and decided it was time to take action and jump into a new movement headfirst. When not working, Allison typically spends time reading, running, stomping around the house yelling about an unjust world, or watching Netflix with her longtime girlfriend and four dogs.
Lisa Santorini Cromar
Orlando Chapter Co-Captain
Lisa Santoni Cromar is a proud Latina, knitter, and social justice warrior. Kicking a successful corporate IT career to the curb to become a domestic violence victim’s advocate, brought a better understanding to what it means to be poor, disenfranchised, unseen, and unheard. She is an unabashedly liberal NPA, who passionately believes that health care (e.g. medical care, healthy food, clean water), education, body autonomy, LGBT & disability rights, as well as physical and emotional safety, etc. are human rights and must be fought for. She believes that the road to these things is through education, and voting. We must change who sits in the seats of power. With that in mind, she has worked for progressive candidates (local and national), and against voter suppression (e.g. gerrymandering, felons voting rights, etc.). After taking time off to raise her kids, she is now back in the fight.