Stacy Suh , Network Director

Stacy Suh is the Network Director at CMJ, growing the power of the Media Action Grassroots Network (MAG-Net). She is an organizer and an abolitionist with roots in the immigrant rights, racial justice, anti-imperialism, and anti-violence movements. Previously, Stacy worked at the California Immigration Policy Center, where she executed successful local and state campaigns to disentangle local law enforcement from deportations and worked within several coalitions to advance immigrant rights, taking on roles of policy advocate, educator, community organizer, and strategist. Stacy is also a co-founder of Survived and Punished, a national coalition organizing against the criminalization of gender-based violence survivors. She has led a number of successful freedom campaigns for incarcerated survivors and is currently focused on the coalition's #FreeThemAll campaign demanding the mass commutation of criminalized survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
(510) 698-3800 ext 410

Steven Renderos , Organizing Director

Steven is CMJ’s Organizing Director and came to the organization from the Main Street Project, a MAG-Net anchor member. He brings more than seven years of community organizing and training experience, and more than ten years of filmmaking and media production experience. Prior to joining Main Street Project, Steven served as Project Coordinator of the Minnesotano Media Empowerment Project, an initiative focused on improving the quality and quantity of media coverage and representation of Latinos in Minnesota. He currently serves on the boards of Organizing Apprenticeship Project and La Asamblea de Derechos Civiles. Steven (aka DJ Ren) also hosts a show called Radio Pocho at a community radio station and spins at venues in NYC.
510-698-3800 x411

@stevenrenderos