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DSA or DSA Fund
75 Maiden Lane, Suite 702
New York, NY 10038

If you have questions, please check our FAQ page!
Membership FAQ is at the top.

For questions about dues/donation status please contact: 
DSA Fund is also reachable at the DSA office.
Press & Media:
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The elected National Political Committee leads the implementation of DSA's major political and organizational goals. These are broadly defined by delegates to the National Convention every two years.

Click here to read more about DSA's structure and national leadership.

The DSA and DSA Fund national offices in New York City and Washington D.C. have eight full time staff members, two part time. The staff does not set DSA's political goals. Rather, staff helps to fulfill the goals set by DSA's elected volunteer leadership.

National Director, Maria Svart, coordinates with staff to carry out the basic work of the organization and the strategic plan developed by the convention delegates and National Political Committee.

Operations Director (part time), Sasha Hammadensures our compliance with regulatory rules and improves our general efficiency.

• Check out the Chapter Incorporation Kit, or for questions about forming a nonprofit: incorporation(at)

Financial Manager (part time), Fatou Camara, manages our books, enters income and expenses, and provides reports.

Field Organizer, Hannah Allison, supports and organizes DSA chapters and organizing committees including coordinating national leadership trainings for DSA members.

Field Organizer, Ryan Mosgrove, based in Washington, D.C. office, supports and organizes Young Democratic Socialists of America chapters.

Field Organizer, Anna Bonomo, based in Washington, D.C. office, organizes Young Democratic Socialists of America chapters.

• Questions about YDS and campus chapters: yds(at)

Grassroots Fundraising and Member Engagement Coordinator, Claudia Cahill, oversees renewals and other fundraising campaigns, internal communications, and digital organizing.

Database Coordinator, Eileen Casterline, oversees our membership database and its use in chapter organizing and fundraising/renewals.
Program Associate, Lawrence Dreyfuss, supports all aspects of national DSA’s work including swag, new chapter organizing, Zoom call accounts, and NYC office volunteers to send new member letters, etc.

• Questions about swag: swag(at)
• Questions about volunteering: volunteer(at)

Administrative and Office Coordinator, Lisa Flores, makes sure everything in the office runs smoothly and responds to member inquiries or connects members with the appropriate staff.

• Questions about DSA which are not answered by our FAQ: info(at)
• Questions about membership status or donations: membership(at) 

Staff do all-hands-on-deck planning and carrying out major events: the national convention every two years, the annual YDSA winter outreach conference, the annual YDSA convention, quarterly NPC meetings, etc.





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New Member Call, June 24

June 24, 2018

9pm ET/8 CT/7 MT/6 PT

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You've joined DSA - Great! Now register for this New Member Orientation call and find out more about our politics and our vision. And, most importantly, how you can become involved.

Questions or Comments? Contact: 

Sam M

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**Note: this page originally had the wrong date listed. The Correct date is Sunday the 24th**

M4A Chapter Activist Training Call: How to Pass a Medicare for All City Council Resolution

June 30, 2018

Saturday June 30th at 4pm ET/3pm CT/2pm MT/1pm PST

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In March, Philadelphia DSA members showed up in droves with healthcare workers, community members, and elected leaders to pass a Philadelphia city-wide resolution supporting the Medicare for All Act of 2017 and affirming universal access to healthcare as a human right. This victory showed that in a city where the poverty rate is over 26%, city council leaders learned where to stand when it comes to universal healthcare. To move a national campaign to win Medicare for All, we need to build support from a broad range of cities and municipalities across the country. With some research, planning, and lobbying, you could work with city council members to pass a resolution of support in your city too!

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