Destiny Lopez (she/her)
A respected strategist, communicator and thought-leader in reproductive justice, Destiny Lopez co-leads All*Above All’s efforts to restore and sustain insurance coverage for abortion. Local governments, state legislatures, and Congress continue to make significant positive change toward ensuring that all people, no matter their income or type of insurance, have abortion coverage. Out on the streets, in City Hall and the halls of Congress, and in the press, Destiny and Silvia Henriquez elevate the efforts of young people and women of color working to lift the bans that deny abortion funding.
Destiny was previously a principal at the communications firm ConwayStrategic, where she led innovative campaigns for the Ms. Foundation, the COMS Project, and other clients, and led federal policy efforts for All* Above All. Prior to that, she served as director of Latino engagement for Planned Parenthood Federation of America, where she led the organization’s efforts to engage Latinos in all aspects of its mission and work as patients, advocates, and supporters. From 2006–2009, she served as the executive director of ACCESS Women’s Health Justice, a grassroots reproductive justice organization in Oakland, California. Destiny has also served as an account director at Fenton Communications and vice president of programs at NARAL Pro-Choice New York. She is past chair of the Board of Directors of the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health and previously served on the boards of the California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom, Forward Together and Planned Parenthood South Atlantic.
Destiny was recently named to the 2016 cohort of Rockwood Leadership Institute’s Fellowship for Leaders in Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice. She previously received the Outstanding Young Professional Award from the American Public Health Association and was honored by the National Women’s Health Network on its 30th anniversary.
She earned a Masters in Public Administration from New York University and a Bachelor’s degree in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.
Silvia Henriquez (she/her)
An award-winning advocate, a savvy coalition leader and a respected authority in reproductive health and justice, Silvia Henriquez works relentlessly for those without a voice in society.
Silvia is the Co-Director of the All* Above All campaign, a multi-year effort with a public education campaign, a federal agenda, state advocacy efforts, and a cross-movement commitment to building a stronger base in support of abortion coverage. This coalition is comprised of over 100 national, state and regional partner organizations committed to restoring federal funding for abortion.
Prior to assuming the role of full-time Co-Director of All* Above All she was a principal at ConwayStrategic where she worked with numerous clients on a variety of reproductive justice issues.
Previously, Silvia led the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health for 8 years as its executive director. Under her leadership NLIRH developed a national policy agenda, a successful organizing and leadership training model, built state and national reproductive justice coalitions and elevated NLIRH to be the leading organization working to advance the reproductive health and rights of Latinas.
Silvia has worked with a variety of reproductive rights organizations including the National Abortion Federation and the Feminist Majority
Silvia has been the recipient of the Ms. Foundation Woman of Vision award and the Lani Shaw Award in Pursuit of Courage and Compassion for Reproductive Justice.
She currently sits on the Groundswell Action Fund Board and on the board of the Guttmacher Institute.
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Affairs and a Master’s degree in Women’s Studies from George Washington University. She lives in Montclair NJ with her husband and two children.
Jodie Lawton (she/her)
An accomplished social impact strategist, relationship builder, and community enthusiast, Jodie is dedicated to creating a more equitable society and joining her voice with others who have historically not had one. As All* Above All’s Managing Director, she oversees internal operations, including finance, administration, and compliance as well as staff recruitment, retention, and development. She also works closely with our fiscal sponsor to ensure seamless integration of our internal operating system.
Jodie’s career has included positions in program development, project management, fundraising, community engagement, and strategic partnerships. She is also very active in her community. Currently, Jodie is a Board Member for the Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce, Grantmaking Committee member for the Asian Giving Circle, Gold Award Scholarship Committee member for the Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago & Northwest Indiana, and is a member of Chicago Women in Philanthropy (CWIP) and the Professional Women’s Club of Chicago (PWCC).
Jodie holds a bachelor’s degree in human development and social relations from Kalamazoo College and a master’s degree in social work from Washington University in St. Louis.
Kelsey Ryland (she/her)
Kelsey Ryland is the Director of Federal Strategies for All* Above All. Kelsey manages All*’s federal strategy and works closely with abortion coverage champions on the Hill on both proactive and defensive legislation. Before joining the All* Above All team, Kelsey worked at URGE: Unite for Reproductive and Gender Equity. Kelsey graduated cum laude from Seattle University School of Law and received her B.A. in Sociology from Seattle University.
Morgan Hopkins (she/her)
Morgan Hopkins is the Director of Political Strategies for All* Above All and the All* Above All Action Fund. Morgan develops and implements political, electoral, and movement-building strategies to expand access to abortion. Previously, she volunteered with the Lilith Fund and worked at the National Network of Abortion Funds. Morgan has a B.A. with Honors in Psychology from Hobart and William Smith Colleges and a Masters in Psychology with a certificate in Women’s Studies from the University of Houston-Clear Lake.
Daniela Ochoa Diaz (she/ella/elle)
Daniela Ochoa Diaz is the Federal Strategies Manager at All Above All, where she works with coalition partners and the Hill to advance the EACH Woman Act and defend agains the expansion of abortion coverage bans. Daniela joined the All* team with a scope of experiences that encompass a strong knowledge of the abortion care and provider community through her work with the Allentown Women’s Center, the National Abortion Federation and most recently as the Assistant Director of Public Policy with Physicians for Reproductive Health. Prior to entering the Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice space Daniela worked on issues of integrity, governance, corruption and whistle-blower protection via the Organisation of Economic Development and Cooperation (OECD). Daniela graduated from Lafayette College where she studied international affairs and earned a Master from the American University of Paris.
Ravina Daphtary (she/her)
Ravina Daphtary is the Director of State Strategies at All* Above All. She oversees the campaign’s State and Local Labs, sites that develop and launch innovative strategies for abortion coverage advocacy that include organizing, communications, and proactive policy advocacy. Prior to her time with the All* Above All campaign, Ravina helped advance reproductive rights, health, and justice in Arkansas and Mississippi, where she advocated against a number of threats to reproductive autonomy and organized youth in both states. She holds a B.S. in Economics from New York University and an M.A. in Communication from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Winnie Ye (she/them)
Winnie Ye is the State Strategies Manager at All* Above All. In this role she collaborates with campaign partners to increase access to abortion for low-income communities at the state level through proactive policy advocacy, culture change, and organizing. Winnie comes to All* Above All with a strong background in policy, politics, and organizing from her time at the National Institute for Reproductive Health and as a member of the National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF) New York City’s Leadership Committee. Winnie earned a Master in Public Policy and a Bachelor’s degree in political science and history at Stony Brook University.
Aimee Martinez (she/her)
Aimee Martinez is the Digital Manager at All* Above All. She manages the digital strategy for federal and state priorities. Previously, she worked as a Senior Digital Campaigner at Everytown for Gun Safety where she led the digital strategy for legislative campaigns on gun reform in the South and Northeast region. Prior to that, she worked on digital campaigns on election reform, voting rights, and media and democracy issues for Common Cause.
Aimee has a B.A. in Political Science from Macaulay Honors College at Baruch College and a Masters in Human Rights with a focus on Women’s Rights from Columbia University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Kelsey Woida (she/her)
Kelsey Woida is the Development and Special Projects Coordinator at All* Above All. Previously, she worked at the Defender Association of Philadelphia as a social worker, where she supported people with serious mental illness who were incarcerated in the county jail system. She was a fellow at the ACLU of Pennsylvania Clara Bell Duvall Reproductive Freedom Project. She volunteers as an abortion doula at a Philly clinic, and an abortion chauffeur with her local practical support network. Woida has a Masters in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania, and a B.A. in Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies from Macalester College.
Meagan Ginyard (she/her)
As the Administrative Associate for All* Above All, Meagan primarily assists with administrative and financial tasks, manages the logistical aspects of All*’s meetings and events, and contributes to campaign-wide projects that require all team participation.
In her commitment to participating in mission-driven work that aligns with her own values, Meagan has previously worked with the American Society of Hematology and American Heart Association, and volunteered with Words, Beats & Life and Food & Friends.
Meagan earned her Bachelor’s degree in Community Health from the University of Maryland- College Park.