Donna Red Wing, Executive Director
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Donna Red Wing served as Executive Director of Grassroots Leadership and as Chief of Staff at Interfaith Alliance, Walter Cronkite’s organization in Washington, D.C. She was one of three members of the Obama’s kitchen cabinet on LGBT concerns and was Howard Dean’s outreach liaison to the LGBT communities. Red Wing has also held leadership positions at the Gill Foundation, the Human Rights Campaign and the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. While directing the Lesbian Community Project in Oregon, Red Wing was featured in a Sundance Award-winning film about the 1992 struggle against the anti-gay Ballot Measure 9.
Red Wing was the first recipient of the Walter Cronkite Award for Faith & Freedom. In contrast, during the Dean campaign the Christian Coalition called her “the most dangerous woman in America.”
Matty Smith, Director of Communications & New Media
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Matty came to One Iowa during the 2010 election cycle first as a volunteer, and then joined the staff full-time as Field Organizer shortly thereafter. In summer 2011, Matty was promoted to New Media Coordinator, until accepting the position of Director of Communications and New Media in summer 2013. Matty brings with him a degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from Drake University.
Keenan Crow, Outreach Coordinator
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Keenan has been active in Iowa politics since 2010 when he interned with the Chris Hall for Iowa State Representative campaign. Since then, he has been involved with several non-profit organizations including Planned Parenthood of the Heartland and Cedar Valley Citizens for Undoing Racism. Keenan obtained a BA in Political Communications and a Master of Public Policy degree from the University of Northern Iowa.
Daniel Hoffman-Zinnel, LGBT Health & Wellness Coordinator
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Daniel Hoffman-Zinnel has joined One Iowa as the part-time Health and Wellness Coordinator. Daniel brings 7 years of non-profit experience. Currently he is Chair of the LGBT Health Initiative of Iowa and has been a coalition member since 2008. In addition, he is Co-Chair of the Health Equity and Disparities Committee of the Iowa Cancer Consortium, and has worked with the Iowa Cancer Consortium on the Iowa Community-Based Cancer Prevention Project. He was the Karen Packer Spirit of Collaboration Award recipient at the 2012 Iowa Cancer Summit. Daniel received his Master of Arts in Health Studies from the University of Alabama and is a Certified Health Education Specialist.