Raybblin Vargas has a strong background organizing in grassroots, nonprofits and labor. As a grassroots organizer, she has worked on local and national social justice campaigns that include immigration, education, and criminal justice reform.
Her nonprofit work includes grant writing, research and policy analysis, and capacity building. As a union organizer, she has led legislative and political campaigns for 1199 SEIU/Healthcare Education Project and TWU Local 100.
She is a graduate of the Green Worker Co-op Academy and has launched Bits and Bites Tech Café in 2015. Currently, she serves on the Board of Green Worker Cooperative, and is the Co-op Academy Teaching Assistant, while she and her team work on growing Bits and Bites Tech Café.