Aaron Bryce Lee will join the Action Lab, an emerging movement home for organizers, artists, activists, policymakers and community leaders to come together to strategize and build a high-functioning and inclusive multi-racial democracy in the U.S. and globally. At the Action Lab, Aaron will partner with labor-oriented organizations and coalitions in the tri-state area to provide organizing and legal support, hold collective action trainings, and coordinate physical and virtual space for intra- and inter-workplace collaboration between essential workers who lack access to institutional power and representation by long-established unions. A graduate of Yale Law School and UC Berkeley, Aaron has previously advocated on behalf of undocumented immigrants and supported efforts to organize and empower workers in unions and worker centers. He wishes to build a strong skillset to be deployed by working-class people in the larger movement for racial and economic justice that they lead.