For-profits (Page 7)


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    Devex

    Devex is a for-profit news outlet based in Washington, D.C., that is geared towards the international aid and development community. The outlet specializes in reporting news that is of interest to those who work in the fields of global development and foreign aid. The focus of Devex’s reporting is issues
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    Devine Mulvey Longabaugh

    Devine Mulvey Longabaugh is a communications consultancy that works for Democratic Party candidates.
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    Dewey Square Group

    The Dewey Square Group is a Democratic consulting firm [16] that represents Fortune 500 companies [17] and advises political campaigns. The company and its leadership have consulted for numerous Democratic political candidates including working on the presidential campaigns of former Vice President Walter Mondale, then-U.S. Sen.
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    DialogueDirect

    DialogueDirect is a company that raises funds on behalf of major environmentalist and humanitarian nonprofits. It solicits new donors by canvassing on the street, at malls, at private events, and going from door-to-door. [50] Its clients include UNICEF Mexico, Save The Children, Children International, Child Fund International, the
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    Digicel

    Digicel is a mobile phone network provider operating in 31 markets across the Caribbean, Central America, and Oceania regions. The company is owned by the Irish billionaire Denis O’Brien, is incorporated in Bermuda, and based in Jamaica.
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    Disruptive Equity Education Project

    The Disruptive Equity Education Project is a race-based consulting organization that is led by president and CEO Darnisa Amante-Jackson. [53] The New York Times called Amante-Jackson “another important black voice” in the race-consultant industry [54] and reported she wants to move away “from capitalist, Western”
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    DiversityInc

    DiversityInc is a for-profit company which focuses on promoting sex and ethnic diversity in the corporate workspace. It was founded in 1997 by Luke Visconti, who continued as chairman as of April 19, 2020. [83] Since 2001, the company has held an annual diversity awards dinner in which
  • For-profit

    Do Big Things

    Do Big Things (DBT) is a for-profit political consulting agency that provides creative strategy, digital ads, campaign content, digital technology, branding, website development, data, analytics, and research in digital content for left-of-center candidates and organizations. Clients of Do Big Things are reported to include the Open Society Foundations, the
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    Domini Impact Investments

    Domini Impact Investments (formerly Domini Social Investments) is a for-profit investment advisory group that engages in impact investing and shareholder activism in favor of left-leaning causes such as gun control and environmentalism. It has $2.4 billion in assets under management and offers two equity funds and a bond fund.
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    Dominion Voting Systems

    Dominion Voting Systems is a voting technology company founded in Ontario, Canada and currently based in Denver, Colorado. In 2016, Dominion’s technology served 70 million voters, and as of 2019, Dominion was the second-largest seller of voting machines in the United States. [153][154] In the 2020
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    Down Ballot Climate Partners LLC

    Down Ballot Climate Partners LLC is a left-of-center consulting firm and for-profit political advocacy organization that directs funding from left-of-center organizations and funders to candidates in local elections to advance left-of-center environmental policies. The group was founded in 2021 in California by Matt Ewing and Eric Heitz, who have both
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    DTI Associates

    DTI Associates is a government contractor that provides services to the U.S. military and the U.S. Department of Education. It is owned by Kratos Defense and Security Solutions, a publicly-traded military technology company which develops and tests military-grade weapons. [191] [192] [193] DTI
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    Due East Educational Equity Collaborative

    Due East Educational Equity Collaborative (“Due East”) provides professional development services to schools and educators to help them apply a critical race theory-inspired “equity lens” to all school practices. [211] The collaborative opposes the celebration of Christmas and Thanksgiving; [212] has defined equity as the “most
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    DynCorp International

    DynCorp, most recently DynCorp International, is an American Global service provider. Begun as an aviation company, the company also provides flight operations support, training and mentoring, international development, intelligence training and support, contingency operations, security, and operations and maintenance of land vehicles.
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    E Street Group

    The E Street Group is a left-of-center political consulting firm which focuses on communications and data-driven campaigns for progressive candidates. [251] The E Street Group was relatively obscure until one of its partners, Tim Mynett, became involved in a public divorce scandal involving an alleged affair with U.S.
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    EAB

    EAB is a consulting firm that conducts research on the efficacy of school operations and advances left-progressive ideology in educational institutions nationwide. The company was founded in 2007 as the Education Advisory Board, a division of the Advisory Board Company, and shortened its name to EAB in 2014.
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    EDEquity Inc

    EDEquity Inc., was a critical race theory-influenced education consulting firm based in Rancho Cucamonga, California. [315] Its registration was suspended in August 2021 [316] following the death of its founder and CEO Edwin Javius. [317] EDEquity conducted critical race theory-inspired workshops on leadership and
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    EDquity Consulting

    EDquity Consulting is an Atlanta-based critical race theory-influenced educational consulting firm. [350] Founded in 2020, EDquity has reached over 4,500 teachers, 80,000 students, and 20 school organizations [351] through district and school-level training programs and workshops focused on topics including “dismantling white supremacy culture at school”
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    Education Elements Inc.

    Education Elements Inc. (Ed Elements) is a critical race theory-influenced education consulting firm. Members of the Ed Elements staff have said teachers must “acknowledge white supremacy culture” in schools [383] and has promoted “abolitionist teaching” to “counter colorblindness on intersectionality” in the classroom. [384] Ed Elements
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    Educational Equity Consultants, LLC

    Educational Equity Consultants, LLC (EEC) is an educational training and advisory group based in St. Louis, Missouri. [412] EEC operates critical race theory-inspired “diversity training sessions” to address perceived racism, sexism, and classism within schools. [413] EEC has worked with more than 3,000 school district leaders