For-profits (Page 19)


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    NorthStar Asset Management

    NorthStar Asset Management is a Boston-based, left-leaning investment organization which uses its shareholder status in large corporations to influence companies on environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) issues and policies. Wealth manager and social activist Julie Goodridge founded NorthStar in 1990.
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    Northwest Polite Society

    Northwest Polite Society is a Seattle-based, liberal marketing consultancy. It offers what it calls “guerilla” marketing services, event coordination, digital ad campaigns, and print advertising. 1
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    Novara Media

    Novara Media is a British far-left media company that claims to report on address “issues that are set to define the 21st century,” which include the “crisis of capitalism,” racism, and climate change. The company writes “output actively intends to feed back into political action,” rather than moderate a debate
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    Nuts4Nuts

    Nuts4Nuts is a local food brand that sells nuts in New York City. It was started by Argentinian immigrant Alejandro Rad in 1993 and co-owns food production company United Snacks, Inc. with Cliff Stanton. 1
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    O’Brien Garrett

    O’Brien Garrett is a major Washington, D.C.-based fundraising and political consulting firm founded by Democratic political operative Frank O’Brien in 1987. It was previously known as O’Brien McConnell Pearson and branded as OMP Direct. Yvonne Garrett later joined the firm as a partner after serving as vice president for client
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    Occupy Democrats

    Occupy Democrats is a left-progressive media outlet and activist organization which describes itself as an “online counterbalance to the Republican Tea Party” and claims to be “the largest and most active community of Democratic voters in the world.”
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    Oceankind

    Oceankind is a grantmaking LLC founded in 2018 by Lucy Southworth, a geneticist and wife of Google co-founder Larry Page. The organization has distributed over $120 million in grants to organizations focused on oceanic conservation and the development of technologies that further that goal, including studying large-scale geoengineering
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    Of By For

    Of By For is a consulting firm operated by the executive director of the left-of-center Pro-Democracy Center, David Donnelly. 1 Donnelly launched the Princeton, New Jersey-based consultancy in 2020 to advance the
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    Ohio Revolution

    Ohio Revolution is an Ohio-based chapter of advocacy organization Our Revolution, which supported the elections of candidates that leaned far-left within the Democratic Party following the 2016 presidential election. Ohio Revolution was created during the 2020 presidential campaign when staff from Our Revolution left to work on Bernie Sanders’
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    Omidyar Network

    Omidyar Network is an LLC created by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar and his wife Pam Omidyar to make philanthropic “impact investments.” Its sister group, the Omidyar Network Fund is a 501(c)(3) grantmaking foundation. Omidyar Network and the Omidyar Network Fund are often referred to interchangeably, and both support
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    One World Consulting

    One World Consulting is an international consulting firm based in Istanbul, Turkey, co-founded by partners Tim Bright and Joan O’Rourke, consulting professionals originally from the United Kingdom. The firm, which lists “diversity” as one of its values, offers critical race theory-aligned consulting services oriented toward “equity synthesis,” among other things.
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    OpenAI

    OpenAI is a for-profit artificial intelligence (AI) developer. It was originally founded as a nonprofit organization in 2015 by several technologists and entrepreneurs including Sam Altman, Greg Brockman, Ilya Sutskever, and Elon Musk. Formerly a nonprofit organization, in 2019 it reorganized with its main business operating as a “profit
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    Oracle Corporation

    Oracle Corporation is an American multinational software company.
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    Orleans Public Defenders (OPD)

    Orleans Public Defenders (OPD) is a law firm based in New Orleans that provides legal services for members of the community in areas including juvenile representation, bond advocacy, and re-entry into the community following incarceration.
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    Our Next Economy

    Our Next Economy is an environmentalist for-profit consulting firm involved in sponsoring at least one group, the environmental journalism organization Climate Investigations Center (CIC).
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    Our Transformation of Education

    Our Transformation of Education is a consulting firm based in California that provides critical race theory-aligned “antiracism” services founded by left-of-center activist and academic R. Tolteka Cuauhtin. Tolteka Cuauhtin is best known for her work as co-chair of the Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum (ESMC) advisory committee, an 18-person group charged
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    OZY Media

    OZY Media is a left-of-center media company notable for controversies involving alleged deceptive activity including impersonation of a YouTube executive, as well as an announcement of closure followed by an unexpected relaunch three days later in 2021. Background OZY (sometimes styled Ozy or Ozy Media) was launched by former
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    Pacific Educational Group

    Pacific Educational Group is a left-leaning educational consulting firm formed by Glenn Singleton in the 1990s that contracts with K-12 school districts in 20 states across the United States to provide consulting and training services around racial equity and critical race theory. The company is known for requiring program participants
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    Pacific Market Research (PMR)

    Pacific Market Research (PMR) is a firm based in Renton, Washington that conducts studies, develops strategies, and provides other services to businesses, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies. The firm lists health-care providers, educational institutions, and municipal authorities among its featured clients and in its sample case studies.
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    Palmer Group Media (PGM)

    Palmer Group Media (PGM) is a digital strategy firm based in New York City that has provided services to a number of left-of-center organizations. The company, founded by twin brothers Scott and James Palmer, helped MoveOn.org with digital strategy, promoted an LGBT advocacy group, and helped the Center