Moné Holder

Senior Program Director of Policy, Advocacy and Research, New Florida Majority

Moné Holder is the Senior Program Director of Policy, Advocacy and Research at NewFM. Moné has led the organization in the fight for voting rights on the local, state and national levels and develops strategies to build black political power in the state. She currently serves as Vice President of the Board of Directors for Friends In Need Children’s Center, Inc.; a non-profit organization carrying out educational enrichment programs, dedicated to improving the academic and social development of minority children and their families. She is an active member of the Junior League of Jacksonville, Women’s Giving Alliance and a 2017 Delores Barr Weaver Fellow. Moné has been featured on numerous media outlets, providing commentary on civil rights issues that affect communities of color.