Michelle Erenberg has worked as a policy advocate, community organizer, and coalition coordinator for more than a decade. Her past work experience includes community organizing for Planned Parenthood in New Orleans, coordinating a diverse coalition of environmental, community and faith-based organizations across the Gulf Coast in response to the 2010 BP oil spill, and analyzing and educating the public about policies and public engagement opportunities related to ecological and community recovery and restoration. Since 2009, she has volunteered as a board member with the National Council of Jewish Women Greater New Orleans Section and has served as NCJW’s Louisiana Policy Advocate, a nationally appointed position, as well as Vice President of Public Affairs and Education. In these roles, she represented NCJW with a variety of coalitions in Louisiana advocating for reproductive rights, economic justice and civil rights. Erenberg has a B.A. in Psychology from Loyola University New Orleans and an MPA in Nonprofit Management from the University of New Orleans.
Statewide Outreach Coordinator
Robin Barber, has been a indispensable member of our reproductive health, rights and justice community since moving to New Orleans after Katrina in 2005. She previously worked with Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast where she served as Community Engagement Manager and Public Affairs Specialist. Robin has spent most of her career working to engage communities, whether through health education, neighborhood development or disaster assistance. She is the proud mother of a daughter, Lindsay, and grandmother to 3 grandchildren.