Welcome to the 20th Annual Allied Media Conference!

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Meghan Sobocienski

Grace In Action Collectives
Meghan Sobocienski is the CoFounder and Director of Grace in Action Collectives, a network of worker owned and youth run cooperatives and collectives in Southwest Detroit. Meghan is a 4th generation Detroiter, though she has lived in both the city and the suburbs. Living and loving people on both sides of metro Detroit has defined Meghan's life by living the realities of equity, race, and opportunities that systematically do and do not exist in both places. Through Community process, critical question asking and democratic decision making Meghan has lead Grace in Action Collectives through its current development and growth. Formally, Meghan has a BSW from Capital University in Columbus Ohio and an MDiv. from the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley California. Meghan has worked as a community organizer with the PICO Network for 5 years and as a consultant for the ELCA national offices as a Community Organizer.