Meet The Team
We offer tutorials, peer-to-peer support, skill-sharing, volunteer opportunities,
networking with other organizers, and toolkits for organizing locally.
Count Me In To Win is a place where progressives can come together to connect, learn, and get involved — to stand up and join in. We want to share in the skills and experience we have developed together, and we publish courses in a variety of topics ranging from social media marketing to self care so that we can be the most effective volunteers and community leaders that we can be. This is also a place where people can connect with progressives from around the United States, get to know each other, and post and find volunteer and job opportunities. We believe that together, we can create a brighter future.
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.
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.
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.