Nikki Brown-Booker is the Program Officer for the Disability Inclusion Fund. As a person with a disability and a biracial woman, she has been interested in the intersection of disability justice and racial justice. Her mother immigrated from the Philippines and was a domestic worker and her father was a professional chef and a long term member of SEIU. She was taught at a young age that justice is a human right.
She has a Masters degree in clinical psychology and is a licensed marriage and family therapist. Most recently she was the Executive Director for Easy Does It Emergency Services, a nonprofit that provides emergency attendant care, wheelchair repair, and transportation for people with disabilities and seniors in Berkeley. She has also been doing organizing work with Hand in Hand: the Domestic Employers Network and helped pass the California Domestic Workers Bill of Rights.