Morgan Hopkins (she/her)

Morgan Hopkins is the President of All* Above All and All* Above All Action Fund, leading All* Above All’s work to achieve abortion justice and build the political power of voters of color. She has more than a decade of experience in the field of abortion rights and justice, with expertise in grassroots organizing, policy, coalition-building, and political strategy.

Prior to becoming President, she served as All* Above All’s Interim Executive Director of Campaigns and Strategies and Political Strategies Director. During her tenure with All* Above All, Morgan has been dedicated to building and strengthening partnerships, moving bold, innovative policy initiatives, shaping narrative, and building cross-movement support for access to abortion care. 

She is a frequent commentator in the media on politics and abortion rights and has been featured in outlets like Vox, USA Today, and Politico. Previously, she worked at the National Network of Abortion Funds and volunteered with the Lilith Fund and the Eastern Massachusetts Abortion Fund. Morgan has a B.A. 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.

Jodie (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 Vice President of Sustainability, she oversees fundraising, finance, administration, human resources, and compliance as well as staff recruitment and development, values in action, and equity and inclusion. 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 active in her community. Currently, Jodie is a Board Member for the Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce and Grantmaking Committee member for the Asian Giving Circle, a fund of the Chicago Community Trust.

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.

Nourbese Flint (she/her)

Nourbese currently serves as the Vice President of Strategy at All* Above All and All * Above All Action Fund. Prior to coming to All* she was the Senior Director of Black Engagement at Planned Parenthood Federation of America, where she worked on the strategic partnership to strengthen Planned Parenthood’s relationships within existing racial justice, reproductive justice, Black serving and civil rights organizations.

Before coming east, Nourbese Flint served as the founding Executive Director of Black Women for Wellness Action Project, the first Black women’s reproductive justice 501c4 organization in the Country. Black Women for Wellness Action Project is a sister organization to Black Women for Wellness, an over 25-year-old reproductive justice organization based in Los Angeles. Nourbese served as the policy director of Black Women for Wellness, where she successfully wrote, shepherded, and moved policies that address historic disparities experienced by Black women at the State level. This includes passing the first of its kind implicit bias bill targeting perinatal providers and administration in the country; as well as an omnibus bill targeting Black maternal health disparities, including the first all publicly funded guaranteed income program for pregnant people in the United States. In addition to policy, Nourbese also led BWW’s civic engagement to be the first Reproductive Justice organization to reach over 10k contacts in a geographic area. As the Executive Director of Black Women for Wellness Action Project, she successfully led campaign efforts to get progressive candidates into office as well as created innovative cultural change campaigns targeting Black women and girls. Nourbese is one of only a handful of Black women working on the intersection of assisted reproductive technologies, reproductive justice, and cultural ethics.

Before joining BWW, Nourbese studied women’s health in both Spain and Cuba and journalism in Scotland. Nourbese’s communication background includes serving as Communication Director for the Center of Women’s Health and Human Rights, as well as reporting for KPFK evening news. In addition, Nourbese has a Masters of Arts in Women’s Health from Suffolk University, where she specialized in health disparities as it relates to media influence. Nourbese’s undergrad includes a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism and Bachelor of Arts in African American Studies from San Jose State University.

Nourbese is a founding member of Trust Black Women; a national coalition dedicated to increasing respect and support of Black Women and was the co-chair of girls policy for the California Women’s Agenda an organization that intersects International issues of women and girls and the United States – with the mission to ratify CEDAW.

Nourbese is one of the founding members of the Black Women’s Democratic Club and served on the board as the membership chair and director of communications. She formally was a board co-chair for policy with the Black Los Angeles Young Democrats and a former board member of the California Chapter of the National Organization for Women Political Action Committee. Nourbese also participated with Planned Parenthood 2020 Presidential endorsement committee.

Nourbese is a huge science fiction fan, and has a deep love for Marvel and DC comics, Star Trek and Bob’s Burger. She considers herself a typography evangelist, a staunch feminist, a wanna be graphic designer, trap music and old school R&B head, and a lover of colorful pens and doodling. Nourbese is a native Los Angeleno and a proud Boy Mom to a talkative cutie pie Leo child.

Myeong (they/them)

Myeong serves as the Head of Operations for All* Above All. Myeong is an enthusiastic maker and breaker of technologies for social justice. They have a passion for teaching and learning across fields and movements to build our skills and toolboxes for fighting for and sustaining just ways of being.

Myeong joined All* Above All in 2023 and brings 20 years of work experience in social justice and human rights spanning work as a photographer, organizer, technologist and digital security advisor with activists organizing for peace, women’s and gender rights, lgbtqi+ rights, immigration justice, digital and privacy rights. They have had the privilege of collaborating with activists and human rights defenders in many regions and countries.

Prior to joining All* Above All, Myeong served as the Special Projects Director at Hyphen where they led the White House Community Violence Intervention Collaborative’s (CVIC) national training and technical assistance program. Myeong was a co-founder of the technology cooperative Research Action Design ( with whom they led digital privacy and security programs with the New York Public Libraries and the New York City Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs.

They are committed to Korean Peace and Reunification movement and find inspiration and wisdom in working alongside others with the deep understanding that our liberation is linked. Myeong holds a BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2003) and an MA from University of California Berkeley in Information Science (2010). They were a 2017-2018 Fellow with Data and Society and a 2017 Digital Integrity Fellow with the Open Technology Fund.