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Maya Miracle (she/her) serves as the Wage Slavery Abolitionist Lead at the Sustainable Economies Law Center where she is the project manager for the reboot of, a free online legal resource library that demystifies the legal issues facing the founding, conversion, and operations of cooperative enterprises. Maya's dedication at SELC is directed towards enhancing the accessibility of legal tools crucial for establishing solidarity economies and alternative ownership models. 

Maya's commitment to economic and racial justice, collective ownership, and joyful social movements is deeply rooted in her upbringing in Asheville, NC—a historic center for southern cooperatives. Prior to joining SELC, Maya honed her passion for community and food as a head cook at various community-centered restaurants. In this role, she furthered her understanding of work as a significant political platform for driving broader social change. Maya enjoys spending time at home crafting, dancing with friends and eating Ethiopian food. 

Maya has a B.A. in Community Studies - Economic Justice from UC Santa Cruz where she has experience volunteering at multiple co-ops, labor unions and mental health crisis hotlines.

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  • Mwende Hinojosa
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