Social Action and Racial Justice

Come and Meet Emily Jones at our next District Event!

Emily works as the executive for racial justice at United Methodist Women, a national, faith-based women's membership organization. She leads United Methodist Women’s campaign to interrupt the school-to-prison pipeline. 

Prior to her current position, Emily served as the director and lead organizer for the Rhode Island Interfaith Coalition to Reduce Poverty. She has also worked as a program manager for an education non-profit and as a lay associate pastor for discipleship at a new church plant in Chicago, IL. She began her career as a labor organizer with the healthcare employees' union in Connecticut.

United Methodist Women are involved in Social Action covering all the following areas:
Global Migration
Domestic Violence
Climate Change
Gender Justice
Racial Justice
Economic Justice
Health Care
Food Justice
Christian Social Action at CCUN
The Church Center for the United Nations - owned and operated by United Methodist Women - is home to most of our advocacy offices as well as partners and often hosts important events related to the UN.

phone: 202-488-5660
e-mail: [email protected]