Laura Camberos has been a member of MUA since 2002 and joined MUA’s staff 3 years ago as a Program Coordinator. Laura is responsible for coordinating MUA’s Support Groups, Political Education workshops, and Childcare Programs for both San Francisco and Oakland. As the supervisor of our Childcare Program she ensures that MUA’s Childcare Providers receive the preparation they need for their role and that the childcare MUA offers during meetings, trainings, and events is safe and educational for the kids of our members. Laura also supervises and coordinates a team of Community Organizers who are responsible for facilitating 4 weekly meetings at our offices and reaching out to other agencies to present informational workshops at MUA. Laura is a graduate of MUA’s Leadership and Unity for Community Power and has been an active participant in our campaigns for domestic worker and immigrant rights. Through MUA she received her Domestic Violence Advocate certification and has volunteered at Ruby’ Place, a local shelter, providing linguistically and culturally appropriate support to Spanish speaking survivors. She has also graduated from MUA’s Caring Hands Childcare and Adult Care job training programs. Laura is originally from Jalisco, Mexico and the mother of three children. She loves her family and enjoys spending time with them..