Linda joins IDP as Senior Policy and Campaigns Organizer working to identify and implement strategic organizing and advocacy responses to advance IDP’s mission, to change the narrative on criminalization of immigrants and to build power in the field. Before joining IDP, Linda was a Senior Organizer at Centro de Trabajadores Unidos working to advance systemic change for immigrant and low-wage workers through grassroots organizing and community-led policy at the local, state, and federal levels. Linda has over seven years of organizing experience fighting at the intersection of immigrant, Indigenous, and labor struggles in Chicago and the DMV area. Linda Flor’s commitment to the movement for liberation is rooted in building collective power and cross-movement solidarity to dismantle systems that uphold border imperialism and criminalize racialized communities. She received her Master of Public Policy from the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy. Linda Flor is the proud daughter of the Kichwa Cañari.