MARGRETTA GETAWEH is a reproductive justice advocate working to dismantle systemic barriers that limit access to resources and information. She has over 15 years of experience in community engagement, strategic partnerships, program design, implementation, and evaluation. Margretta recently served as director of community engagement for Planned Parenthood North Central States, advancing their mission through strategic collaboration and developing a comprehensive engagement plan for their community education programs. She co-founded the African Immigrant Professional Development Conference to help underemployed immigrants network and navigate the workforce development system to achieve economic mobility. Margretta holds a B.A. in Global Studies and Social Justice from the University of M.N. and an M.A. in International Development and Service from Concordia University, Portland, OR.
Brooklyn Center leaders are focused on building trust and partnerships with residents across all spectrums of diversity, ensuring they are viewed as decision-makers in co-designing city processes and policies. To support this work, the City Manager’s Office will partner with a FUSE Corps Executive Fellow for one year to design and implement a community engagement action plan focused on advancing racial equity.