Subhash is an experienced strategist and community organizer who has worked in immigrant communities affected by the intersection of the criminal justice and deportation system for over 15 years. He co-founded and co-directed Families For Freedom, a multi-ethnic network of immigrants facing deportation. Before that, he helped initiate detention and deportation work for DRUM-Desis Rising Up and Moving. In Miami, Subhash served as an organizer with the Florida Immigrant Coalition helping to develop community responses to ICE raids, detentions and deportations. Subhash led the We Are Florida! campaign that successfully stopped an Arizona-style anti-immigrant bill from passing in the Florida legislature. He also worked with the Service Employees International Union leading community campaigns on civic engagement, minimum wage, immigration reform and criminal justice. For three years he hosted Let’s Talk About It!
, a talk radio program on Miami’s business station that brought people from various viewpoints and backgrounds to discuss issues affecting the lives of real people. Subhash has written extensively on issues ranging from immigration and criminal justice to mental health and the gun debate. He has called many places home, but now lives in Miami, Florida.