GLHW Council Member
Equity and Transformation
Richard is the founder and director of Equity and Transformation (EAT), an organization which fights for social and economic equity for Black workers in informal work and those who have been formerly incarcerated. EAT is involved with research, advocacy, policy development, community organizing, and podcast production. He is currently the board president at Working Family Solidarity. Prior to working at EAT, he worked with the Workers Center for Racial Justice and Chicago Workers Collaborative.