Gillian Mason is a Former Lecturer at Boston University College of Arts & Sciences. Lives in Boston, Massachusetts. She is a Fundraising Team Leader at PHENOM. Gillian Mason is the co-executive director of Massachusetts Jobs with Justice, where she also organizes around higher ed issues and student debt. Prior to joining the JwJ staff, Gillian was active in the Massachusetts JwJ coalition as the coordinators of MoveOn.org's Boston Council and the Jamaica Plain Forum, a project of the Institute for Policy Studies. Before devoting herself full-time to organizing, Gillian was an adjunct professor of English, Women's Studies, and American literature and culture for ten years, teaching at Suffolk University, Boston University, and the University of Massachusetts Boston. She has a Ph.D. in American Studies from Boston University.
Former Lecturer at Metropolitan College, Boston University Former Lecturer at American Studies UMass Boston
- Former Coordinator at Jamaica Plain Forum
- Former Event Organizer & Office Manager for NE Regional Office at Institute for Policy Studies
Solidarity Project with the People of Mexico
Mary Jo Connelly September 6 2019·
Don't miss the chance to join us next Sunday Sept. 15 from 4-6pm for food and conversation with Prof. Javier Bravo, a representative of Mexico's MORENA Party (the party that elected AMLO, a left-progressive President of Mexico).
It's a great opportunity to hear what's happening in Mexico with the astounding election of progressive Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO), and to talk about what we can do on both sides of the border. For fellow left-electoral geeks, there's a lot to learn from AMLO and MORENA experience. See the attached flier for more information. — with Mike Connelly, Ben Echevarria, Shana Berger, Amanda Achin, Andre Green, Rae Axner, Matt Taylor, Will Mbah, Gabriel Mireles, Garret Virchick, Matthew Miller, Pennie Taylor, Vicki Jane, Lily Huang, Becca Tumposky, Ben Bradlow, Payton Corbett, John Fitzgerald, Greg Hill, Rene E. Mardones, Juan Pablo Blanco, Joe Teixeira, Genevieve Leigh, Camilo Vive, Brian Connelly, Thomas Estabrook, Joe Ramsey, Colleen Fitzpatrick, Donald Cronin, Linda Liu, Consuelo Perez, Van Hardy, Mary Regan, Amy Colwell Todd, Zac Bears and Gillian Mason.