Nadia El-Zein Tonova serves as the Director of National Partnerships for ACCESS, the nation’s largest Arab American community organization.  Prior to serving in this role, she was the Director of the National Network for Arab American Communities for seven years, where she created and launched the campaign to Take On Hate. Ms. Tonova has led a variety of policy advocacy and grassroots campaigns on immigrant rights, civil liberties and human rights, and civic engagement issues. She currently serves on the boards of Michigan United and Mothering Justice. She is a proud wife and a mother to three beautiful children.