Malika Conner
Senior Organizer for Anti-Displacement


212-747-1117, ext. 11

Malika Conner is the Senior Organizer for Anti-Displacement. At ANHD, Malika works with members and allies on campaigns to preserve affordable housing, prevent displacement and harassment, and strengthen tenants’ rights. Malika has worked as an organizer and social worker across social justice movements for over eight years. She grounds her organizing in transformative practices, and is committed to building local power, promoting community ownership, and advancing economic, gender, and racial justice. Her previous work has focused on creating good jobs for low-income communities of color in the transportation and technology sectors, building the capacity of tenants’ rights organizations through grassroots leadership development, and facilitating support groups and “Know Your Rights” trainings for survivors of domestic violence. Malika holds a bachelor’s degree in development sociology from Cornell University and a master’s degree from the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College, where she majored in community organizing, planning, and development. In her spare time, Malika enjoys reading, long walks with her beagle Lola, and binge-watching TV shows.