Carinne Luck is an organizer and strategist working with groups to design effective strategies and campaigns, and build healthy and leaderful organizations. 

Carinne’s current work includes co-leading the Rooted in Resilience Mapping Project with Faith Matters Network (read the first Rooted in Resilience report here), supporting resistance organizing with members of the Momentum community, and training organizers and activists on frameworks for political struggle. She is also working with activists from the UK and the US on combatting the weaponization of antisemitism.

In 2018, Carinne spent time in the Southwest supporting the visionary organizing of Latinx/Chicanx organizing hub Mijente, led communications work for Ganamos Con Garcia! with the Maricopa County Chapter of the Working Families Party and Equality Arizona, and provided organizational development support to New York and national organizations.

For five years, Carinne worked closely with Hand in Hand, a partner of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, to unite care consumers and employers of domestic workers in the movement for quality care and quality care work, including the design, development and launch of the Sanctuary Homes campaign and the Fair Care Pledge. In 2016, Carinne was part of a design team at the Colombe Foundation tackling the question of how to build a peace movement for the 21st century. Carinne was a founding staff member and Vice President for Field and Campaigns at J Street. She has also worked for and Amnesty International. 

Carinne is board member of If Not Now and Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (JFREJ).

In addition to organizing and strategic development, Carinne practices and leads meditation, and participated in The Interdependence Project Meditation Teacher Training Program as well as the Buddhist Peace Fellowship's “Block Build Be” program. 

From 2015-2017, Carinne was the primary care manager for her father during his struggle with ALS. She has been writing about this experience and weaving personal, spiritual, and political narratives to illustrate how our collective political and economic future is intimately tied to the way we care for our aging, dying, and sick. 

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