A graduate of Boulder High School in 1989, Antonia Juhasz holds an M.A. in public policy from Georgetown University and an undergraduate degree in public policy from Brown University. She now lives in San Francisco and directs several programs of the International Forum on Globalization (IFG), including those on Alternative Models of Globalization, Globalization and Water, and Media Education. Juhasz works on all aspects of trade policy from the World Trade Organization (WTO) to the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). Juhasz writes and speaks extensively on international trade and finance issues across the US and internationally and is co-author of “Does Globalization Help the Poor?”
In 1999 and 2000, Juhasz’s work focused on the Seattle Ministerial meeting of the WTO and the Washington, D.C. meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank. She was one of the key organizers of activist events leading up to and during both of these events.
Juhasz has been involved in virtually every major protest mobilization against corporate globalization in the United States, including the most recent events against the World Economic Forum in New York City. She worked as a Legislative Assistant for Trade Policy and other issues for two U.S. members of Congress.
Juhasz has written articles and been quoted in many publications including Multinational Monitor and The New York Times, and has appeared on radio and television including Democracy Now with Amy Goodman and CNN.