Monique Tú Nguyen is a passionate change-maker on the leading edge of social justice. She is the Executive Director of Matahari Women Workers’ Center which is making strides in advancing rights for low-wage workers, women, immigrants, and their families and is largely known for their leadership in passing the Massachusetts Domestic Workers Bill of Rights in 2014. As a skilled facilitator, strategist, and community organizer she has spoken on women’s leadership and empowerment, community base-building, workers’ rights, racial justice, and immigrant rights at events and in the media. She recently received the 2021 Immigrant Hero Award from Immigrant Learning Center, selected as a 2020 Roddenberry Foundation Fellow, a 2018 Move to End Violence Movement Maker.