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Nadia Marin-Molina
Co-Executive Director of NDLON

Nadia Marin-Molina is the Workers' Rights Program Coordinator at the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON). In her position as Program Coordinator, she developed the "Rebuilding Together" project in response to Hurricane Sandy – through which network organizations carried out volunteer cleanup brigades throughout the region, trained more 2000 day laborers about the hazards that they face and their rights on the job, and provided personal protective equipment to these workers in New York and New Jersey.

Before joining NDLON staff, Nadia was the Executive Director of the Workplace Project, one of NDLON's member organizations. She received her J.D. from New York University School of Law, where she was a recipient of a Public Service Scholarship in recognition of her work with the Latino community. She received the prestigious Gloria Steinem Award for building the leadership and advocacy skills of Latino immigrant domestic workers, empowering them to challenge exploitative employers, on-the-job abuse, and substandard pay. She has also been awarded multiple recognitions due to her role in the Workplace Project's defense of the human rights of day laborers and other immigrant workers.

As part of a new Worker Institute-NDLON partnership, Nadia and her NYC-based colleagues are currently working from the ILR School's NYC office and are collaborating on new research on precarious workers and low wage work.