Edwith Theogene is the organizing director for Generation Progress. In this role, Edwith works to develop and lead national organizing efforts that translate the experiences of young adults into concrete actions that advance progressive policies and increase voter turnout.
Prior to joining Generation Progress, Edwith served as the campaign manager of Act for Women at the Center for Reproductive Rights, a national campaign that unites organizations and individuals for the advancement of the Women’s Health Protection Act, federal legislation designed to protect reproductive rights. In this role, she led targeted strategy to build congressional support and scaled up the scope and impact of coalition collaboration. Previously, Edwith served as the national campus program coordinator for the Choices Campus Leadership Program at the Feminist Majority Foundation, where she worked with campus and community organizers across the country to mobilize around progressive issues. In addition, she served as a 2018 Rockwood Leadership Institute Reproductive Health, Rights, & Justice fellow and from 2015-2018, served on the board the Women’s Information Network, a professional development organization for young Democratic women beginning their careers in Washington, DC.
Edwith received a Bachelor of Arts in liberal studies with a minor in anthropology and sociology; a minor in labor studies; and a certificate in law, ethics, and society from Florida International University. She is a South Florida native and proud Haitian American who is a lover of people, fried plantains, astrology, and pop culture.