Alfonso Saldaña, Co-Director
Alfonso Saldaña (he/him) is a Co-Director of Move to Amend. He began work with the Move to Amend National as an intern, soon joining the staff team as the Online Communications Coordinator.
Alfonso is a former student from the University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley where he earned a degree in English concentrating in creative writing with a minor in literature. In consequence of reading about the corrosive implications that come with wealth accumulation throughout the ages, Alfonso is now together with Move to Amend on a mission to get money out of politics and end corporate constitutional rights.
When not fighting evil conglomerates, he enjoys reading and writing horror and dystopian stories, taking long walks with his partner, and trying new vegan recipes.
Greg Coleridge, Co-Director
Greg Coleridge (he/him) is Co-Director of Move to Amend. He previously worked for more than three decades with the American Friends Service Committee in Ohio where he educated, advocated and organized on a range of justice, peace, environmental and democracy issues -- including helping coordinate Move to Amend activities in the Buckeye state.
He is the author of The Depth of Change: Selected Writings and Remarks on Social Change (2022), Citizens over Corporations: A Brief History of Democracy in Ohio and Challenges to Freedom in the Future (2003), writer of the documentary CorpOrNation: The Story of Citizens and Corporations in Ohio (2003), and contributed several articles to the anthology Defying Corporations, Defining Democracy - A Book of History and Strategy (2001). He currently maintains and distributes via email a weekly REAL Democracy History Calendar and Monetary History Calendar.
Greg is a Board Member of the Alliance for Just Money (AFJM). He previously served an elected term on the national governing board of Common Cause and was a Principal with the Program on Corporations, Law & Democracy (POCLAD).
He loves camping, hiking, walking and swimming – especially with his wife, daughter and son-in-law -- and almost everything else outdoors!
Jessica Munger, Co-Director
Jessica Munger (she/her) is Co-Director of Move to Amend, the coalition working to dismantle corporate power through grassroots movement building in support of the 28th amendment. She is also an organizer and facilitator for the project “Toward A People’s Constitution” in an effort to nurture the potential for democratic constitutional renewal. She serves on the Oregon Human Rights Commission on Sex Work and is engaged in other grassroots efforts to decriminalize. She is a member of many communities but is currently living in unceded Southern Paiute and Chemehuevi land called Las Vegas, NV where she practices mutual aid and feeds people her home-baked sourdough bread.
Jennie Spanos, Co-Director
Jennie Spanos (she/her) is National Co-Director of Move to Amend. Her involvement with Move to Amend began almost a decade ago as a volunteer with Pensacola and Mendocino Affiliates.
She has worn many occupational hats but it was as a journalist that she observed the immense stranglehold corporate power exerts over our government and communities. This experience shaped her perspective and fostered a deep passion and focus in her organizing work on environmental and social justice issues that has led her to collaborate with various intersectional grassroots movements building for a just and sustainable future.
The power reaped from the insane notion of corporate constitutional rights exists in tandem with structural oppression, environmental degradation and is found as a cause of so many injustices. Move to Amend and the #WeThePeopleAmendment strikes at the root of that reality, so she is honored to serve the coalition.
She continues to live a fairly nomadic life and receives immense pleasure from spending time with her clan, creating and cultivating things, hiking and soaking in natural springs.
Millicent Harmon, Co-Director
Milly Harmon (they/she) is a Co-Director of Move to Amend, working toward the vision of legalizing democracy through grassroots movement building and the passage of a 28th amendment to abolish ALL corporate constitutional rights. They began work for Move to Amend in 2013 with the Mendocino California affiliate, transitioning to staff in 2017.
Growing up in rural Arizona, they witnessed the immense influence of the private prison industry on the passage of immigration legislation that incentivized racism, detention, and terror of people and families.
After moving to Northern California, they got involved in local environmental justice work. In this new space, they continued to observe corporations and big industry making decisions to the detriment of the land and the human and plant communities who depend on it.
Milly believes that the passage of the #WethePeopleAmendment can be an important tool to dismantle corporate rule and the larger systems and institutions that were founded upon the marginalization and oppression of people, as well as the exploitation of earth and destruction of communities.
They are a mom to one kiddo, three chickens, two dogs, and a horse. They currently reside in central Arizona, on colonized Yavapai-Apache territory.
Shelly Williams, Co-Director
Shelly Williams (she/her) has been the Operations Coordinator for Move to Amend since April of 2015, and works out of the national office in Sacramento, CA.
She spent her early adulthood years in the service industry, bartending, waiting tables and working customer service, before deciding at age 29 to seek a degree in social work. She graduated top of her class from Indiana University School of Social Work at 34, worked as a case manager for pregnant and parenting teens during her sophomore and junior year, and worked a paid senior year practicum with an organization that helped create permanent supportive housing for people experiencing chronic homelessness.
Her working-class background, time spent in university and in the nonprofit industrial complex, helped her see that we are all fighting for the same small pile of scraps - and our work as helpers is too often akin to putting bandaids on cancer. This, of course, depressed her very much - existential crisis style.
Then she saw an ad for this position, in the Middle-of-Nowhere CA, to help this movement against corporate rule and money in politics, striking the root of what stands between us and everything we care about - environmental, social, racial, gender and economic justice. So she waddled in with her big pregnant belly, and the rest is history.
Shelly is known as "Mama" to a rad toddler, and two sweet cats.