On September 12, 2019, a member of the Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship, Immigration/Farmworker activist and Executive Director of Community to Community Rosalinda Guillen received RE Sources Environmental Hero award.
Farmworker justice leader and food system activist. Among many other things, Rosalinda Guillén is a widely recognized farmworker justice leader working to promote food sovereignty, immigration reform, and farmworker rights in Northwest Washington. As the founding executive director of Community to Community Development (C2C), a grassroots organization led by women of color, she and her team work to strengthen local and global movements toward social and environmental justice, amplifying the voices of farmworkers on immigration issues, labor rights, and trade agreements. She also works to strengthen cross-border alliances for immigration reform and fair agricultural policies.