Saadia Van Winkle
Saadia runs communications strategy for several organizations in the economic justice space. Before starting her own firm, she led communications for the Economic Security Project — overseeing media strategy around guaranteed income pilots, cash policies and narrative change. Her prior advocacy roles span immigrant rights, global health and the UN Refugee Agency. She is a former television reporter and current writer, with regular bylines in publications including Ms. and TIME Magazine, and is finishing a memoir about her family’s experience immigrating from Pakistan and the related domestic violence case that changed the U.S.’s spousal rape laws.