Media & Comms Committee

The Media and Communications Committee (MCC) informs the DAUK Women’s Caucus about political topics, events, and stories of relevance to our membership. We prioritize content generated by our own members, as well as content created by like-minded individuals and organizations. We maintain our social media presence and website, and distribute a newsletter to the caucus the first week of every month.  We are always looking for new ways to educate, engage and activate the DAUK Women’s Caucus and we love highlighting new and diverse voices.

Get Involved

We meet each month on the fourth Monday, alternating between conference calls and face-to-face gatherings. To join our efforts or attend a meeting, please email  To learn more in the meanwhile please ‘Follow’ us on Twitter or ‘Like’ us on Facebook!

Committee Chairs

Ronda ZG HeadshotDr. Ronda Zelezny-Green has been an active, lifelong Democrat and hails from Tampa, Florida. She was the Vice President and President of the Salem College Democrats, and worked to bring the then presidential candidate Rep. Dennis Kucinich (OH) to campus in 2004. Since then she has been a member of Democrats Abroad in Germany until she moved to the UK in 2011 and joined DAUK. Professionally, she works in the mobile telecommunications industry and has deep expertise in the use of ICTs to conduct outreach activities and to enhance lives. She has also been a teacher and trainer for more than a decade. Ronda is passionate about women’s rights, issues of diversity and intersectionality (especially the Black Lives Matter movement), and can sometimes be found (re)tweeting at odd hours of the night.

Abby Y HeadshotAbby Yolda has been part of Democrats Abroad UK since moving to London in 2007 and has been active with the DAUK Women’s Caucus since its start in early 2016. Abby was also involved with the DAUK Young Professional Network for several years. She grew up in Virginia but now votes from abroad in Vermont, where she also campaigned for the Democrats and Bernie Sanders in the 2006 midterms. In her day job, Abby is Head of Communications for a not-for-profit arts organisation and has worked in public affairs, comms, and policy in London for 10 years. Abby’s passionate about women’s rights, healthcare and the environment. She’s also our in-house photographer.

Committee Leadership

Our Newsletter is written by Shana Mason and our Committee Liaison is Amanda Wintcher.