Stasha Rhodes, JD, has been a long-term partner of ANR/F in her previous work on tobacco control in Louisiana, one of ANR/F’s priority states. Ms. Rhodes continued to connect the lessons learned from the tobacco control movement to other social issues, like gun control, and in her role on the ANR/F Board will help to create connections between our movement and the larger issues of equity and health equity.
In January 2022, Ms. Rhodes became a partner at Keefe Singiser Partners (KSP), a boutique all-women owned public affairs and government relations firm serving national progressive non-profits, coalition campaigns, and business clients.
Prior to this, Ms. Rhodes was Managing Director at The Hub Project, where she developed and managed large scale advocacy campaigns that shifted the conversation around top progressive policies. She previously worked at Giffords; Center for American Progress; The Red Team, LLC; American Heart Association; and 51 for 51 in a variety of roles to promote grassroots organizing, public health campaigns, and public health issues.
She is a graduate of Southern University and A&M College and Southern University Law Center. She currently lives in Washington, D.C. with her wife and three kids.
Ms. Rhodes joined the ANR Foundation’s Board of Directors in 2021.