Santana Moreno, CFRE (They/Them/Theirs) is a philanthropic organizer dedicated to reclaiming reparative-aligned resources for communities living at the margins and towards progressive organizations - throughout their career, Santana has redirected over $40M in resources from philanthropy toward movement organizations. Based out of Brooklyn, NY, Santana is a Certified Fundraising Executive® and is thrilled to be joining Funders for Reproductive Equity as its first Development Director. Most recently, Santana served as Senior Manager of Philanthropic Partnerships at Jobs With Justice (JWJ), an economic justice organization that combats inequality by expanding organizing and collective bargaining rights for workers, in particular Black and brown workers in low-wage jobs. Prior to working at JWJ, Santana worked at the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice, the only national reproductive justice organization dedicated to advocating for the rights of Latinxs at the intersections of reproductive, immigrant, and economic justice. Santana believes deeply in advancing their theory of change for philanthropic organizing and has previously spoken at events for the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Cause Effective, and was recently a plenary speaker at Nonprofit New York's 2021 Best Nonprofit Conference in a session called "Disruptive Fundraising". As a growing thought leader in this field, Santana’s theories around philanthropy have been published and reshared by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy, and other philanthropic media channels. Outside of their career, Santana is an artist/artivist, classical clarinetist, skateboarder, and proud dog parent to Ponyo.