Non-profit

Working America Education Fund

Location:

WASHINGTON, DC

Tax ID:

20-2035052

Tax-Exempt Status:

501(c)(3)

Budget (2016):

Revenue: $4,305,207
Expenses: $4,305,207
Assets: $1,245,787

Also see Working America (labor union)

The Working America Education Fund is the charitable arm of Working America, the left-of-center “community affiliate” of the AFL-CIO labor union federation. [1] Founded in 2003, Working America is a labor organization that supports left-of-center labor policies and advocates on behalf of non-unionized workers to advance the public policies supported by the AFL-CIO. [2]

The Working America Education Fund provides organizing, research support, and education campaigns to support Working America’s left-of-center policy goals. [3] The two organizations frequently work in tandem, and all public campaigns are published under the name “Working America.” The Education Fund also provides funding for Working America projects. [4] The Working America Education Fund has supported left-of-center policies including increasing the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour, raising corporate taxes, mandating paid sick leave, promoting the use of social welfare services, and rejecting free trade agreements. [5] [6]

The Working America Education Fund has received support from a number of prominent left-of-center donors, including George Soros. [7] The Fund has also received donations from organizations including the Tides Foundation, the AFL-CIO, the Open Society Foundations, the Bauman Foundation, the Arca Foundation, and the Barbara Lee Family Foundation. [8] [9] [10] [11]

Despite being ostensibly nonpartisan, the Working America Education Fund board includes a number of Democratic political operatives and other left-of-center activists. Board president Rodell Mollineau previously worked as the staff director of the Senate Democratic Communications Center and as a senior advisor to left-of-center Super PAC Unite the Country. [12] The board has also included left-of-center activists Jane Fonda and Ai-jen Poo, former Obama administration staffer David Medina, and former Laborers’ International Union of North America (LIUNA) vice president Edward R. Smith. [13]

Relationship to Working America

Working America Education Fund initiatives are not directly listed on the Working America website, nor are there any initiatives publicly sponsored by the Education Fund. Instead, the Education Fund acts behind the scenes to support initiatives publicly sponsored by Working America. This includes working in low-income communities to build support for left-of-center economic policies through public education campaigns and canvassing to build public support for left-wing labor initiatives. [14] The Fund is active through grassroots organizing in low-income communities, online education campaigns on labor issues, and strategic research to provide labor activists with an intellectual backing for left-of-center ideals. [15]

Working America has not publicly affiliated any of its public actions with the Education Fund, but rather groups all its initiatives under the “Working America” banner. In a 2008 interview, Harvard Professor Richard Freeman noted that the Education Fund frequently funds Working America’s programming. [16]

Advocacy Work

The Working America Education Fund alleges that working Americans have been “left behind” by American economic growth and offers an alternative to free market policies, which the Fund calls “right-wing economic populism.” [17] The Fund provides research and public education initiatives to support left-of-center AFL-CIO and Working America policy campaigns. [18]

Economic and Labor Policy

Working America and the Education Fund allege that “corporate greed” is destroying the American economy and have advocated for large-scale, left-of-center economic regulation to correct it. [19] The organization has advocated for a range of left-wing policies, including a near doubling of the federal minimum wage, mandatory paid sick days and family leave, and increased corporate taxes. [20] [21] The Working America Education Fund also supports Working America’s efforts to oppose right-to-work legislation that permits non-members of unions to refuse to fund union operations and to prevent the development of new free trade agreements. [22]

The Working America Education Fund has also rejected all efforts to privatize retirement programs, claiming that the proposals are led by “profiteers” and accusing “Wall Street and the financial marketeers” of having “destabilized” the American economy. [23]

The Working America Education Fund frequently acts to encourage individuals to take advantage of left-of-center social benefit programs, especially unemployment. In 2009, the Working America Education Fund developed the Unemployment Lifeline. [24] The Lifeline compiled a searchable database of more than 50,000 unemployment resource centers across the United States to help unemployed workers claim government benefits. [25] The Education Fund accompanied the launch of the database with an article advocating for increased financial regulation, universal government-funded healthcare, and increased unionization. [26]

Left-of-Center Social Policy

The Working America Education Fund supports Working America’s left-of-center labor union-aligned activism on education policy. Working America has taken a harsh stance against charter schools, accusing them of being state plans to “outsource our public schools to private corporations” that “take resources away from public schools.” [27] The Education Fund also supports Working America’s efforts to increase public school funding, mandate universal pre-kindergarten education, and increase public funding of postsecondary education programs. [28]

The Working America Education Fund has also worked on behalf of left-of-center healthcare policies supported by Working America, including universal government-funded healthcare. [29] Working America supported the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), but argues that it did not go far enough, instead claiming that universal Medicare should be adopted and that Medicare should be able to negotiate lower prescription drug prices. [30] The Education Fund has also supported Working America’s efforts to mandate paid sick leave in states across the United States, including Massachusetts, Washington, and Oregon. [31]

Activism during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Working America and the Education Fund released several education campaigns during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, encouraging workers to follow government restrictions related to social distancing and mask-wearing. In April of 2020, Working America contacted 2.6 million people whom it alleged were not following safety procedures to persuade them to follow protocols set by the Center for Disease Control (CDC). The outreach campaign also encouraged individuals to make use of publicly funded social programs, and then provided information to help individuals access government-funded healthcare and unemployment benefits. The campaign also provided contacted individuals with information to contact their state and federal representatives to advocate in favor of left-of-center relief policies. [32]

In 2020, Working America conducted a research report, likely through the Education Fund, detailing the use of unemployment benefits by African-American workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. [33] Working America launched a digital canvassing program which contacted 3 million people per week to learn how COVID-19 had impacted African-American workers. [34] The report alleged widespread issues of accessing unemployment using anecdotal evidence, claiming that the unemployment system was too difficult to navigate or otherwise inaccessible. [35] Working America then used the report to advocate in favor of increased utilization of taxpayer-funded unemployment benefits, contacting 100,000 workers to help them access unemployment. [36]

Financials

In 2018, the Working America Education Fund received nearly half of its $2.1 million in revenue from grants from Working America. [37] Working America made a $1,049,844 gift to the Education Fund, in addition to providing a $2.34 million grant to the Education Fund to cover nearly all of its 2018 expenses. [38]

In 2018, the Working America Education Fund reported $2,371,105 in expenses. The Fund reported its largest expense as salaries, spending $1.3 million on staff in 2018 when accounting for benefits and payroll taxes. [39] Despite reporting research as one of its main functions, the Fund spent just $94,539 on research in 2018, less than 4% of its total annual expenses. [40] Working America also spent a combined $48,252 on promotion, meetings, and education, despite listing education campaigns as one of its main initiatives on the Working America website. [41]

Outside Contributions

In recent years, Working America and the Working America Education Fund have sought to increase contributions from left-of-center mega-donors, rather than relying on member contributions and support from the AFL-CIO. In 2013, the AFL-CIO provided just 40% of Working America and the Working America Education Fund’s total funding, as opposed to the 93% it provided when the organizations were founded in 2003, due to a spike in donations from outside sources. [42]

In 2015, a leaked Working America document in Politico revealed a list of detailed profiles of prominent donors that the organization was targeting to solicit funding, including ActBlue partner Ian Simmons and Paul Egerman, an activist linked to U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). [43] The group also targeted Democratic mega-donor Tom Steyer, who admitted to being in conversations with Working America and the AFL-CIO. [44] In 2012, a pair of foundations in billionaire financier George Soros’s Open Society Network donated $600,000 to an arm of Working America, while anonymous sources told Politico that Soros himself had donated $550,000 to Working America. [45]

The Working America Education Fund has directly received donations from a number of organizations in the left-of-center fundraising community. In 2008 alone, the Tides Foundation and the Open Society Foundations gave $1,169,000 to the Working America Education Fund. [46] Between 2008 and 2015, the left-of-center, Democracy Alliance-connected Bauman Foundation gave over $2.05 million to the Working America Education Fund. [47] The Working America Education Fund has also received an undisclosed amount of funding from the Barbara Lee Family Foundation, specifically to assist the Education Fund in canvassing on behalf of left-of-center initiatives in New Hampshire during the 2008 elections. [48] In 2008, the left-of-center Arca Foundation provided a $100,000 grant to the Fund. [49]

People

The Working America Education Fund board includes high-ranking Democratic operatives and left-of-center activists.

Rodell Mollineau

Current Working America Education Fund president Rodell Mollineau previously worked as a top aide to former Senate Democratic Leaders Harry Reid (D-NV) and Tom Daschle (D-SD). [50] [51] Mollineau also worked as communications director for former U.S. Senator Mark Pryor (D-AR) and former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack (D), who later served as U.S. Secretary of Agriculture in the Obama administration. [52]

Mollineau also worked as staff director of the Senate Democratic Communications Center to spin political messaging in favor of the Senate Democratic Caucus. [53] Mollineau has also worked in political campaigning, working as senior advisor to Unite the Country, a left-wing PAC formed to support former Vice President Joe Biden’s 2020 Presidential campaign, and as president of American Bridge 21st Century, another Democratic super PAC. [54]

Frances Schreiberg

Frances Schreiberg sits as secretary-treasurer of the Working America Education Fund. [55] Schreiberg has worked with a number of California state labor organizations, including the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board, the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA), and the State Building and Construction Trades Council of California. [56]

Schreiberg currently works as an attorney in private practice but frequently provides pro bono support for labor unions. [57] In advance of the 2018 midterm elections, Schreiberg was featured as a speaker at “Rock the Congress,” an event sponsored by the left-of-center Rock the Congress PAC aimed at uniting support for far-left candidates in 2018. [58]

Karen Nussbaum

Karen Nussbaum is the founding director of the Working America Education Fund. [59] Nussbaum was the previous founder and director of 9to5, National Association of Working Women, and the former president of District 925 of the controversial Service Employees International Union (SEIU). [60] Nussbaum also worked within the AFL-CIO as special assistant to president John Sweeney. [61] Under the Clinton administration, Nussbaum sat as Director of the U.S. Department of Labor Women’s Bureau. [62]

Other Board Members

Actress and left-wing activist Jane Fonda sits on the board of the Working America Education Fund. [63] Fonda’s left-of-center grantmaking organization, the Fonda Family Foundation, awarded a $30,000 grant to the Working America Education Fund in 2018. [64] Fonda is known for her left-wing activism, especially in the contemporary environmentalist movement and the anti-war movement in the 1970s. [65]

Glenn Harris also sits on the Working America Education Fund board. [66]  Harris is the president of Race Forward, a left-of-center organization that advocates in support of identitypolitics. [67] Harris has previously worked with the Local and Regional Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE) and managed the City of Seattle Race and Social Justice Initiative (RSJI) on combatting “institutionalized racism.” [68]

Board member David Medina is the co-founder and chief operating officer of Results for America, a policy organization that supports increased public funding of various projects. [69] Medina also has a long history in Democratic politics. Medina worked as the national politics director on former U.S. Senator John Edwards’ (D-NC) 2008 Presidential campaign and as a legislative assistant to U.S. Senator Carol Moseley-Braun (D-IL). [70] Medina has also been involved directly with the Democratic Party, working as deputy CEO of the Democratic National Convention Committee and as policy director of the Democratic National Committee. [71] Medina also worked as former First Lady Michelle Obama’s Deputy Chief of Staff. [72]

Edward R. Smith, another member of the board, is president and CEO of Ullico Inc., an organization that provides insurance and other benefits to labor unions and union employers. [73]  [74] Smith previously worked as vice president of the Laborers’ International Union of North America and as assistant to the general president. [75]

Labor activist Ai-jen Poo formerly sat on the board of Working America Education Fund. [76] Poo is the executive director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) and is associated with a number of left-of-center foundations and organizing groups. Poo sits on the advisory boards of MoveOn.org, MomsRising, and the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. [77] Poo also launched the left-wing Caring Across Generations campaign to advocated for “Universal Family Care,” a platform to federally fund child care and family leave. [78]

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Directors, Employees & Supporters

  1. Patricia Bauman
    Board Member

Associated Organizations

  1. Working America (Labor Union)

Coalition Memberships

  1. Blueprint NC
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Nonprofit Information

  • Accounting Period: June - May
  • Tax Exemption Received: November 1, 2005

  • Available Filings

    Period Form Type Total revenue Total functional expenses Total assets (EOY) Total liabilities (EOY) Unrelated business income? Total contributions Program service revenue Investment income Comp. of current officers, directors, etc. Form 990
    2016 Jun Form 990 $4,305,207 $4,305,207 $1,245,787 $1,145,787 N $4,304,730 $0 $477 $104,894
    2015 Jun Form 990 $5,190,490 $5,190,490 $495,821 $395,821 N $5,189,291 $0 $1,199 $103,280 PDF
    2014 Jun Form 990 $6,359,604 $6,359,604 $1,253,149 $1,153,149 N $6,357,743 $0 $1,861 $130,421 PDF
    2013 Jun Form 990 $4,706,567 $4,706,567 $1,668,569 $1,568,569 N $4,678,577 $25,000 $2,990 $100,767 PDF
    2012 Jun Form 990 $6,015,753 $6,015,753 $2,836,542 $2,736,542 N $6,014,088 $0 $1,665 $101,732 PDF
    2011 Jun Form 990 $4,289,792 $4,289,792 $772,113 $672,113 N $4,286,590 $0 $3,202 $97,222 PDF

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