Carmen Rojas

Co-Founder and CEO, The Workers Lab

Carmen Rojas is co-founder and CEO of The Workers Lab, an innovation lab that invests in entrepreneurs, community organizers, and government leaders to create replicable and revenue-generating solutions that improve conditions for low-wage workers. Previously, she was acting director of collective impact at Living Cities, director of strategic programs at the Mitchell Kapor Foundation, taught in the Department of City and Regional Planning at University of California at Berkeley, and was coordinator of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency’s Taskforce on African American Out-Migration. Rojas’s board service includes the Marguerite Casey Foundation, Neighborhood Funders Group, General Service Foundation, JOLT, and Certification Associates and the advisory boards of Fund Good Jobs and Floodgate Academy. 

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