Meet The Team
We offer tutorials, peer-to-peer support, skill-sharing, volunteer opportunities,
networking with other organizers, and toolkits for organizing locally.
Founded in 2020, Count Me In To Win is a data-driven, creative team of organizers. Our mission is to engage immigrant voters with innovative in-language outreach in key battleground states. We target voters by developing effective messaging, creative social media content, buying digital ads, and collaborating with organizers working in the field.
Annabel Park is the Managing Director of Count Me In to Win Action. She is a progressive activist and a documentary filmmaker (9500 Liberty, Story of America). She has launched several online communities including the Coffee Party, Bridge the Divide, Facing Humanity, America Welcomes Refugees, and The Talk on Main Street. She studied philosophy and politics at Boston University and then at Oxford University. Her writing has been published in the Washington Post and on CNN.
Margie Roswell is a nutrition educator and founder of Healthy Campaign. Her goal is to bring to life her vision of healthy eating as the norm in every progressive campaign, supporting campaign workers’ well-being, and fueling political victories. Margie also builds interactive visualizations for activists, including legislative scorecards, endorsement maps, and congressional vote maps. She is the creator of three nutrition science and policy websites: SugarWars.com, ExcellentNutrition.org, and FarmBillPrimer.org.
Andy Hart is a self-taught marketing consultant and graphic designer who assists with media projects, visual material, and branding. His iconography and typography work has been used by major political campaigns, hit television shows, giant companies, and small businesses around the world but his passions revolve primarily around activism, building community, mental health, nutrition, gardening, and international worker solidarity.
After a decade in television, award winning producer, writer and multimedia artist Emmett Williams started Mission Man Media, a company that has produced dozens of inspiring and educational documentaries, web series, podcasts, and short films around the world that live at the intersection of social justice and intimate storytelling.
Williams has told the story of grieving mothers who have lost their sons to police brutality in Brazil, produced a television show about climate change in Africa, documented threatened fishing communities in Alaska, documented illegal logging in the Amazon, created a Black Lives Matter web series, been part of large scale art performances in Europe and filmed protests from Standing Rock to Washington, DC.
Peter Lin-Marcus, a resident of Boston’s Chinatown, has served his entire career as a community organizer and civic leader. He campaigned as a candidate for the Boston City Council to guarantee that all students graduate, all residents have a pathway to home ownership and to end all violence. As an alumnus of AmeriCorps national service, he has worked to strengthen our schools and neighborhoods and empower youth leadership.
As a community organizer, Peter helped a neighborhood eliminate drugs and prostitution through creatively using technology and relationships. Through Boston Do Something he helped Boston’s young people to launch and run their own programs, providing small grants and leadership training and helped youth become leaders though workshops and training. Peter joins Count Me In To Win to not only end a culture of hatred, racism, corruption, incompetence and hypocrisy, but to make sure all voices are heard and participate fully in rebuilding the country.
Daniel Valencia is a self-professed geek and enthusiast for all things technology. He has been tinkering with computers since he was 11 years old, and created his first website when he was 14. At Stanford he studied industrial design and computer science, focusing on creative design with an emphasis on the psychology of human computer interaction and creating easy to use digital interfaces and experiences. An expert web developer, he has created hundreds of websites with a specialty in WordPress, and maintains platforms for companies and media outlets that receive millions of visitors per month and depend on the highest security. He is a native of the San Francisco Bay area in California.
Albert Tanjaya is a recent graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a B.S. in Computer Science and an Asian Studies Certificate. He is a local student activist with past ties as a Student Government senator and campaign manager, vice president to the Asian Students Alliance, co-founder of Pitt Mutual Aid, and a Hesselbein fellow. He immigrated from Indonesia to Philadelphia, PA and now resides in Pittsburgh, PA.
Theresa Lim is a recent graduate from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.A. in Sociology and Communications with a Legal Studies minor. She is a first generation Korean-American from New Jersey who currently lives in Busan, Korea and teaches English. Theresa has previously served as the Executive Conference Co-Director for the national 2020 East Coast Asian American Student Union (ECAASU) Conference, and currently manages ECAASU’s first artist residency for emerging API/A artists.