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Democracy Alliance Conferences

Frequency:

Semi-Annual

The Democracy Alliance (DA), a collective of wealthy Democratic and left-progressive individual and institutional donors, hosts semi-annual conferences for its members and guests. Described as a “major gathering of the institutional left,” the conferences primarily serve to connect prospective left-leaning donors with similarly-minded activist groups, and to provide a forum for speakers and panels on important political issues, policy, and strategy. [1] In past years, conferences have featured some of the most prominent activists, leaders, and politicians in the United States.

Purpose and Format

Democracy Alliance conferences have been held twice a year since the Alliance’s founding in 2005. [2] The conference format typically consists of a series of presentations and panels hosted by allied organizations and individuals. These events often feature prominent left-of-center activists, leaders, and politicians who discuss issues and strategy related to furthering their priorities.

Another purpose is to provide a forum for wealthy donors to learn about organizations that the Democracy Alliance has vetted and recommended. [3] Because both donors and organization representatives attend and participate in conference sessions, “[a]t DA conferences, furious networking is the order of the day.” [4]

Typically held over the course of several days at a luxury hotel or resort, conferences are invite-only and security is known to be extremely tight. [5] Participation guidelines stipulate that “conference participants are entitled to the expectation that their conference experience and their identity should remain confidential.” [6] Locked trash bins are provided for attendees to dispose of unwanted conference materials for shredding, and attendees often refrain from discussing conference proceedings with the media. [7]

Despite the security employed, news outlets such as the Washington Free Beacon and Politico frequently report on Democracy Alliance conferences and publish materials from past conferences. Agendas contained in these materials detail scheduled itineraries and participants.

Past Conferences

Spring 2014

Democracy Alliance’s spring 2014 conference, entitled “A New Progressive Era?” was held from April 27-30 at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Chicago, Illinois. [8] The spring 2014 conference “marked the beginning” of president Gara LaMarche’s leadership of the Democracy Alliance, and with it a renewed focus on state-level and grassroots organizing, economic inequality, climate change, and issues related to electoral administration and access to voting. [9] According to an agenda document obtained by right-leaning outlet Power Line, partner attendees received a private tour of the Art Institute of Chicago and were invited to a party in the Ritz-Carlton’s presidential suite featuring wine from wineries owned by individual partners. [10]

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D), senior Obama administration official Valerie Jarrett, and former Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards were all featured speakers at the conference. [11] Other notable participants included then-Democratic National Committee chair and U.S. Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), then-Tallahassee Mayor and future Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, senior Obama administration official David Axelrod, and billionaire environmental activist Tom Steyer. [12] Labor union executives such as AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka and Service Employees International Union (SEIU) president Mary Kay Henry were also session panelists. [13]

Spring 2015

Democracy Alliance’s spring 2015 conference, entitled “Honoring the Past, Shaping the Future” was held from April 12-15 at the Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco, California. [14] The conference began on the same day that Hillary Clinton officially launched her 2016 presidential campaign. Clinton had reportedly declined an invitation to speak at the conference, citing a scheduling conflict. [15]

Billionaire activist Tom Steyer hosted three sessions at the conference, focusing especially on climate change. [16] Featured speakers included then-House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), then-California Attorney General Kamala Harris (D), and Democratic political operative John Podesta. [17] Labor union leaders including AFSCME president Lee Saunders, National Education Association executive director John Stocks, and SEIU president Mary Kay Henry participated in panel discussions. [18] Other notable attendees included political operative David Brock, then-U.S. Representatives Donna Edwards (D-MD) and Keith Ellison (D-MN), then-California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom (D), and liberal mega-donor Jonathan Soros, son of left-wing billionaire giver George Soros. [19]

Spring 2016

Democracy Alliance’s spring 2016 conference, entitled “Vision Strategy Victory” was held from April 9-14 at the Fairmont Hotel in Santa Monica, California. [20] According to Politico, at least two conference sessions “focused partly on harnessing the power of Hollywood and the entertainment industry as a tool in the culture wars.” [21] Conference attendees were invited to attend a tour of the Brave New Films studio and listen to actor Martin Sheen speak on the importance of advocacy in media. [22]

Then-House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) gave welcoming remarks over dinner. [23] Other notable participants included labor union officers Lee Saunders, John Stocks, and Brandon Davis, billionaire activist Tom Steyer, commentator and activist Van Jones, and Democratic U.S. Representative Ben Ray Lujan (D-NM). [24]

Fall 2016

Democracy Alliance’s fall 2016 conference, entitled “Seizing Opportunity & Building Power” took place from November 13-15 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington, DC. [25] Held in the immediate aftermath of the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election, Donald Trump’s victory led the Democracy Alliance to change many its plans for the conference, as reports indicated the original agenda would have “made more sense in the event of a Hillary Clinton Victory.” [26] According to Politico, Democracy Alliance officials recognized the need for a “reassessment” of strategy and tactics in order to resist Trump administration initiatives. [27]

Democracy Alliance co-founder George Soros spoke at the conference. [28] Several prominent Democratic political figures also participated, including Senators Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) and Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and then-U.S. Representative Keith Ellison (D-MN). [29] Left-leaning operatives and commentators Van Jones and David Brock were featured in sessions, as was controversial left-wing activist Linda Sarsour. [30] Union leaders including Mary Kay Henry, John Stocks, and Karen Nussbaum were listed as conference participants, and the State’s Attorney for Cook County, Illinois, Kim Foxx (D), was toasted at an evening gathering. [31]

Fall 2017

Democracy Alliance’s fall 2017 conference, entitled “Beyond #Resistance: Reclaiming our Progressive Future” was held from November 15-18 at the La Costa Resort & Spa in Carlsbad, California. [32] Key issues addressed at the conference included voter mobilization, “turning resistance energy into electoral action,” state-level electoral politics, and climate change. [33] Specific sessions also focused on local prosecutor races, election security, and social media. [34]

George Soros, one of the founding members of the Democracy Alliance, spoke at the conference. [35] Then-House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) gave opening remarks at a dinner program featuring longtime left-wing activist Heather Booth. [36] Senators Kamala Harris (D-CA) and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) each provided a videotaped message to conference attendees. [37] Other featured speakers included Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf (D), Representative Ben Ray Lujan (D-NM), left-of-center activist Van Jones, and labor union executives John Stocks, Mary Kay Henry, and Kim Anderson. [38]

Janell Ross, a reporter for the Washington Post, was placed on leave after it was revealed that she had participated in the conference. [39] Ross was a panelist at a session entitled “Getting the Economic Narrative Right,” at which one of the questions considered how to build “compelling narratives” to “build the public will to reorient our economy and combat inequality.” [40] The Washington Post stated to the Washington Free Beacon that it was unaware Ross had participated in the conference. [41]

Spring 2018

Democracy Alliance’s spring 2018 conference, entitled “Charting the Course for Progressive Power” was held from April 15-18 at the InterContinental Buckhead Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia. [42] Conference topics included “the growth of women’s political power, the evolution of progressive leadership in the South, and how to counter the vulnerabilities technology and social media pose to our democracy.” [43] Democracy Alliance partners also received a special welcome reception at the Center for Civil and Human Rights, at which NAACP president and CEO Derrick Johnson gave keynote remarks. [44]

Notable participants included Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez, ACRONYM founder Tara McGowan, former Planned Parenthood Federation of America president Cecile Richards, billionaire activist Tom Steyer, U.S. Representatives Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) and Mark Pocan (D-WI), and state Attorneys General Mark Herring (D-VA), Karl Racine (D-DC), Josh Shapiro (D-PA), and Josh Stein (D-NC). [45]

Fall 2018

Democracy Alliance’s fall 2018 conference, entitled “Taking Our Democracy Back” was held from November 15-16 at the Capital Hilton in Washington, DC. [46] The conference took place in the immediate aftermath of the 2018 U.S. midterm elections, in which the Democratic Party retook the majority in the U.S. House of Representatives. Conference topics included discussion on “progressive legislative strategy at the local, state, and national level” in the wake of those elections. [47]

Notable participants included U.S. Representatives Adam Schiff (D-CA) and Pramila Jayapal (D-WA), former Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe (D), billionaire activist Tom Steyer, and National Education Association executive Kim Anderson. [48] Leana Wen, the former president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, gave remarks at the closing dinner. [49]

Spring 2019

Democracy Alliance’s spring 2019 conference was held from April 3-5 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin, Texas. [50] The conference focused on the 2020 elections and on making “the long-term, multi-year investments to build progressive political power and sustain it.” [51]

Former Democratic mayor of Tallahassee and Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum gave keynote remarks alongside U.S. Representative Jennifer Wexton (D-VA). [52] Other notable conference participants included New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham (D), who provided video remarks, and Tara McGowan, the founder of ACRONYM. [53]

Fall 2019

Democracy Alliance’s fall 2019 conference, entitled “Focus|Strategy|Victory” was held from November 13-16 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Washington DC. [54] The introduction to the conference agenda noted the “need to address the critical challenges of our time and ward off the dystopian future of a second Trump term. This really is the most important election of our lifetimes.” [55]

A relatively large number of Democratic political figures participated in the conference, including Senators Sherrod Brown (D-OH), Catherine Cortez Masto (D-NV), and Mark Warner (D-VA); Representatives Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Cheri Bustos (D-IL), Ro Khanna (D-CA), Veronica Escobar (D-TX), and Xochitl Torres Small (D-NM); Governors Gretchen Whitmer (D-MI), Tony Evers (D-WI), Laura Kelly (D-KS), and Jay Inslee (D-WA); and former Governors Terry McAuliffe (D-VA) and Bob Wise (D-WV)[56]

Former President Barack Obama held a “fireside chat” on civic and political engagement with former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. [57] Abrams also gave a keynote address on election security and reform. [58] Other notable speakers included Democratic National Committee Chair Tom Perez, former Obama administration official Valerie Jarrett, and Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes. [59]

Participants

Individuals generally participate directly in Democracy Alliance conference functions either by appearing as a speaker or panelist at one of the sessions, or by hosting a session. [60] Organizations also frequently host sessions. [61] Individuals who have participated in past Democracy Alliance conferences are listed under the “Directors, Employees & Supporters” section below, while organizations that have been involved in past conferences are listed under the “Coalition Members” section.

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Directors, Employees & Supporters

  1. Marc Rotenberg
    Participant, Spring 2019
  2. Karen Nussbaum
    Participant, Spring 2016; Fall 2016
  3. Ana Maria Archila
    Participant, Spring 2016
  4. Tom Perriello
    Participant, Fall 2019
  5. Nick Penniman
    Participant, Spring 2014; Fall 2016
  6. Adelaide Park Gomer
    Participant, Fall 2018
  7. Annie Leonard
    Participant, Fall 2018
  8. Heather McGhee
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016
  9. Rashad Robinson
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2018; Fall 2018; Spring 2019
  10. Ian Inaba
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2016
  11. Robert Greenstein
    Participant, Fall 2016
  12. Morris Pearl
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016
  13. Erica Payne
    Participant, Spring 2015
  14. Jared Bernstein
    Participant, Fall 2018
  15. Neera Tanden
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Fall 2019
  16. Justine Sarver
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Fall 2016
  17. Michael Podhorzer
    Participant, Spring 2018
  18. Cecile Richards
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2018
  19. Steve Rosenthal
    Participant, Spring 2018
  20. Van Jones
    Participant, Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017
  21. John Podesta
    Participant, Spring 2015
  22. Katrina vanden Heuvel
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2016
  23. Ilya Sheyman
    Participant, Fall 2018
  24. Anna Galland
    Participant, Spring 2015
  25. Angelo Carusone
    Participant, Spring 2018; Fall 2018
  26. Christine Owens
    Participant, Fall 2016
  27. Sandor Straus
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Fall 2018
  28. Lynde Uihlein
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2018
  29. Ilyse Hogue
    Participant, Fall 2017; Fall 2018
  30. Ezra Levin
    Participant, Fall 2017
  31. Cristina Jimenez
    Participant, Fall 2016
  32. Jenifer Fernandez Ancona
    Participant, Fall 2017
  33. Leah Hunt-Hendrix
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017
  34. Greg Speed
    Participant, Spring 2016; Fall 2016
  35. Donald Sussman
    Participant, Fall 2016; Spring 2018
  36. Arturo Vargas
    Participant, Spring 2016
  37. Deepak Bhargava
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2015; Fall 2016
  38. Doug Phelps
    Participant, Spring 2016
  39. Alida Messinger
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Spring 2018
  40. Daniel R. Tishman
    Participant, Spring 2015
  41. Lee Saunders
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2017; Fall 2019
  42. Stanley Greenberg
    Participant, Spring 2016; Fall 2016
  43. Justin Myers
    Participant, Fall 2019
  44. Alicia Garza
    Participant, Fall 2018
  45. Linda Sarsour
    Participant, Fall 2016
  46. Shannon Watts
    Participant, Spring 2014
  47. Gene Karpinski
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Fall 2016
  48. Terry McAuliffe
    Participant, Fall 2018; Fall 2019
  49. George Goehl
    Participant, Spring 2016; Fall 2018; Spring 2019; Fall 2019
  50. Valerie Jarrett
    Participant, Spring 2014; Fall 2019
  51. Scott Wallace
    Participant, Fall 2017
  52. Barack Obama
    Participant, Fall 2019
  53. Favianna Rodriguez
    Participant, Spring 2015
  54. Arnold Hiatt
    Participant, Spring 2015; Fall 2016
  55. John Hunting
    Participant, Fall 2016
  56. Joel Kanter
    Participant, Fall 2017
  57. Joanie Bronfman
    Participant, Spring 2014
  58. Joan Huffer
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2018; Spring 2019; Fall 2019
  59. Gail Furman
    Participant, Spring 2015
  60. David A. Friedman
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2016; Fall 2016
  61. Daniel Leeds
    Participant, Spring 2016; Fall 2017; Fall 2018
  62. Cristina Uribe
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016
  63. Christopher Findlater
    Participant, Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017
  64. Arthur Lipson
    Participant, Spring 2015
  65. Anne Bartley
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2018
  66. Jonathan Heller
    Participant, Spring 2015
  67. Anna Burger
    Participant, Spring 2016
  68. Adam Abram
    Participant, Spring 2015
  69. Nick Hanauer
    Participant, Spring 2015; Fall 2016; Spring 2018
  70. Richard Trumka
    Participant, Spring 2014
  71. David DesJardins
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2018
  72. Stephen Silberstein
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2018; Fall 2018
  73. Rhea Sun Suh
    Participant, Spring 2015
  74. Gara LaMarche
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2018; Spring 2019; Fall 2019
  75. Tom Steyer
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Spring 2018; Fall 2018
  76. George Soros
    Participant, Fall 2016; Fall 2017
  77. John Stocks
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2018; Spring 2019; Fall 2019
  78. Jonathan Soros
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015
  79. Bill de Blasio
    Participant, Spring 2014
  80. Rob McKay
    Participant, Spring 2014
  81. Dan Cantor
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2016; Fall 2016
  82. Keith Ellison
    Participant, Spring 2015; Fall 2016
  83. Yolanda “Cookie” Parker
    Participant, Spring 2016
  84. Weston Milliken
    Participant, Spring 2014; Fall 2016; Spring 2018; Fall 2019
  85. Wayne Jordan
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017
  86. Ted Trimpa
    Participant, Spring 2014
  87. Steven Phillips
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2017; Fall 2018
  88. Robert H. Dugger
    Participant, Spring 2016
  89. Robert Bowditch
    Participant, Spring 2014; Fall 2016; Spring 2018
  90. Rob Stein
    Participant, Spring 2015; Fall 2016
  91. Rampa Hormel
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016
  92. Keith Mestrich
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2018; Fall 2019
  93. Quinn Delaney
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017
  94. Philip Munger
    Participant, Spring 2016
  95. Paul Rudd
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016
  96. Paul Harstad
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2016; Fall 2017
  97. Paul Egerman
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2018; Fall 2018
  98. Patricia Stryker
    Participant, Fall 2017
  99. Patricia Bauman
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2018
  100. Michael Vachon
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2016; Fall 2016
  101. Mary Kay Henry
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Fall 2016; Fall 2017
  102. Marcy Carsey
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Fall 2016; Fall 2017
  103. Larry McNeil
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016
  104. Stephen McConnell
    Participant, Fall 2019
  105. Jackie Mahendra
    Participant, Spring 2016
  106. David Rolf
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Spring 2018
  107. Ian Simmons
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2018
  108. Heather Boushey
    Participant, Spring 2015; Fall 2019
  109. Tracy Sturdivant
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015
  110. Andrea Batista Schlesinger
    Participant, Spring 2014
  111. Jon Liss
    Participant, Fall 2016
  112. Tara McGowan
    Participant, Spring 2018; Spring 2019
  113. Amber Mostyn
    Participant, Fall 2016
  114. Elizabeth Warren
    Participant, Fall 2016
  115. Charles Rodgers
    Participant, Spring 2015; Fall 2016
  116. Surina Khan
    Participant, Spring 2018
  117. Sarah Williams
    Participant, Fall 2018
  118. Bill Roberts
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016
  119. Rahna Epting
    Participant, Spring 2015
  120. Page Gardner
    Participant, Spring 2016
  121. Alexis McGill Johnson
    Participant, Fall 2016; Fall 2019
  122. Anthony Thigpenn
    Participant, Spring 2016
  123. Donna Edwards
    Participant, Spring 2015
  124. Judith Browne Dianis
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016
  125. Meg Bostrom
    Participant, Fall 2017
  126. Lonnie Scott
    Participant, Fall 2016
  127. Celinda Lake
    Participant, Fall 2016
  128. Lisa Guide
    Participant, Spring 2015; Fall 2018; Spring 2019
  129. Ellen Dorsey
    Participant, Fall 2018
  130. Brandon Davis
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2016; Fall 2019
  131. Barbara Simons
    Participant, Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Fall 2018; Fall 2019
  132. Julie Kohler
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Spring 2018; Fall 2018; Spring 2019; Fall 2019
  133. Stephanie Schriock
    Participant, Fall 2016
  134. Nick Rathod
    Participant, Spring 2015; Fall 2016
  135. Laura Quinn
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2018; Spring 2019; Fall 2019
  136. Daniel Penchina
    Participant, Spring 2018
  137. Carlos P. Odio
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Spring 2018; Fall 2019
  138. Molly Munger
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2017
  139. Lawrence Mishel
    Participant, Spring 2015; Fall 2016
  140. Jim Miller
    Participant, Fall 2017
  141. Chris Melody Fields Figueredo
    Participant, Fall 2019
  142. Tracy Van Slyke
    Participant, Spring 2015
  143. Gloria Totten
    Participant, Fall 2016
  144. Jessie Ulibarri
    Participant, Fall 2018; Spring 2019
  145. Paul Growald
    Participant, Fall 2018
  146. Luz Vega-Marquis
    Participant, Spring 2015
  147. Cristina Tzintzun Ramirez
    Participant, Spring 2014; Fall 2018
  148. David Simas
    Participant, Spring 2014
  149. Deirdre Schifeling
    Participant, Spring 2018, Fall 2018
  150. Felicia Wong
    Participant, Spring 2015; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Fall 2019
  151. Kica Matos
    Participant, Spring 2016
  152. Suzanne Hess
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016
  153. Lawrence Hess
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016
  154. Kate Villers
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016
  155. Philippe Villers
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016
  156. Kimberlé Crenshaw
    Participant, Fall 2016
  157. John Koza
    Participant, Spring 2015; Fall 2018
  158. Daaiyah Bilal-Threats
    Participant, Spring 2018; Spring 2019
  159. Chris Hughes
    Participant, Fall 2019
  160. Ben Wessel
    Participant, Fall 2018
  161. Tom Perez
    Participant, Spring 2018; Fall 2019
  162. Vanita Gupta
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2018; Fall 2018
  163. Joe Zimlich
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017
  164. Shekar Narasimhan
    Participant, Fall 2017; Spring 2018; Spring 2019; Fall 2019
  165. Farhad Ebrahimi
    Participant, Spring 2015; Fall 2016; Spring 2019
  166. Susan Sandler
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017
  167. Fran Rodgers
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2018; Fall 2018; Fall 2019
  168. Sunita Leeds
    Participant, Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Fall 2018
  169. Kim Anderson
    Participant, Spring 2018; Spring 2019
  170. Ai-jen Poo
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2018; Fall 2019
  171. Dawn Laguens
    Participant, Spring 2016; Fall 2017
  172. Ivan Frishberg
    Participant, Spring 2014
  173. Jess Morales-Rocketto
    Participant, Fall 2018
  174. Fatima Goss-Graves
    Participant, Fall 2016; Spring 2018
  175. Denise Cardinal
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2019
  176. Connie Cagampang Heller
    Participant, Spring 2015
  177. Michael Linden
    Participant, Fall 2019
  178. DaMareo Cooper
    Participant, Fall 2016; Fall 2018
  179. Brian Fallon
    Participant, Spring 2018
  180. Heather Booth
    Participant, Fall 2017
  181. Chloe Cockburn
    Participant, Fall 2016; Fall 2017
  182. Dorian Warren
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2016; Fall 2017; Fall 2018; Fall 2019
  183. Leana Wen
    Participant, Fall 2018
  184. Ken Grossinger
    Participant, Spring 2016; Fall 2016
  185. Chuck Collins
    Participant, Spring 2015
  186. Liz Simons
    Participant, Fall 2016; Fall 2017
  187. Kathleen Welch
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Spring 2018
  188. Lee Wasserman
    Participant, Spring 2015
  189. Guillermo Quinteros
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2018
  190. Stacey Abrams
    Participant, Fall 2019
  191. Roger Kim
    Participant, Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2019
  192. Becky Bond
    Participant, Spring 2014
  193. Anna Fink
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2018
  194. Suzanne Gollin
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2016; Fall 2017
  195. James Gollin
    Participant, Spring 2014; Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Fall 2017; Spring 2018; Fall 2018; Spring 2019; Fall 2019
  196. K. Sabeel Rahman
    Participant, Fall 2018; Fall 2019
  197. Henry R. Munoz III
    Participant, Fall 2017
  198. Phil Radford
    Participant, Fall 2017
  199. Brian Kettenring
    Participant, Fall 2016; Fall 2018; Spring 2019
  200. David Slifka
    Participant, Fall 2017; Fall 2018; Fall 2019
  201. Billy Wimsatt
    Participant, Fall 2019
  202. Sarita Gupta
    Participant, Fall 2016
  203. Ady Barkan
    Participant, Spring 2018
  204. Chris Lehane
    Participant, Spring 2014
  205. Faiz Shakir
    Participant, Fall 2018
  206. Maya Harris
    Participant, Spring 2015
  207. Thea Lee
    Participant, Fall 2018
  208. Manuel Pastor
    Participant, Spring 2016
  209. Caroline Fredrickson
    Participant, Spring 2015; Spring 2016; Fall 2016; Spring 2018
  210. David Brock
    Participant, Spring 2015; Fall 2016

Coalition Members

  1. 2020 Vision Ventures (Non-profit)
  2. Advancement Project (Non-profit)
  3. American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) (Labor Union)
  4. Amalgamated Bank of New York (Amalgamated Bank) (For-profit)
  5. Amalgamated Charitable Foundation (Non-profit)
  6. America Votes (Non-profit)
  7. American Bridge 21st Century (Political Party/527)
  8. American Constitution Society for Law and Policy (Non-profit)
  9. American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) (Labor Union)
  10. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) (Labor Union)
  11. American Federation of Teachers (AFT) (Labor Union)
  12. Americans for Financial Reform (Non-profit)
  13. Analyst Institute (For-profit)
  14. Arca Foundation (Non-profit)
  15. Arkay Foundation (Non-profit)
  16. Astor Street Foundation Inc. (Brico Fund) (Non-profit)
  17. Ballot Initiative Strategy Center (Non-profit)
  18. Bauman Family Foundation (Non-profit)
  19. Black Civic Engagement Fund (Democracy Alliance) (Non-profit)
  20. Brave New Films (Non-profit)
  21. Catalist (For-profit)
  22. Center for American Progress (CAP) (Non-profit)
  23. Center for Community Change (CCC) (Non-profit)
  24. Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) (Non-profit)
  25. Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) (Non-profit)
  26. Citizen Engagement Laboratory (CEL) (Non-profit)
  27. Civic Participation Action Fund (CPAF) (Non-profit)
  28. Color of Change (Non-profit)
  29. Committee on States (Other Group)
  30. Communications Workers of America (CWA) (Labor Union)
  31. Constitutional Accountability Center (Non-profit)
  32. Corridor Partners (For-profit)
  33. Climate Fund (Democracy Alliance) (Non-profit)
  34. Democracy Fund (Democracy Alliance) (Non-profit)
  35. Demos (Non-profit)
  36. Economic Policy Institute (EPI) (Non-profit)
  37. Ettinger Foundation (Non-profit)
  38. Fairness Project (Non-profit)
  39. Gill Foundation (Non-profit)
  40. Golden State Opportunity Foundation (Non-profit)
  41. Inclusive Economy Fund (Democracy Alliance) (Non-profit)
  42. ISAIAH (Non-profit)
  43. Issue One (Non-profit)
  44. JK Irwin Foundation (Non-profit)
  45. Latino Engagement Fund (Democracy Alliance) (Non-profit)
  46. League of Conservation Voters (LCV) (Non-profit)
  47. Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA) (Non-profit)
  48. Local Progress (Non-profit)
  49. Media Matters for America (Non-profit)
  50. National Education Association (NEA) (Labor Union)
  51. National Employment Law Project (NELP) (Non-profit)
  52. National People’s Action (Non-profit)
  53. New Media Ventures (For-profit)
  54. New Organizing Institute (Non-profit)
  55. New World Foundation (NWF) (Non-profit)
  56. NextGen Climate Action (Non-profit)
  57. NextGen Climate Action Committee (Political Party/527)
  58. Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) Action Fund (Non-profit)
  59. Open Society Foundations (OSF) (Non-profit)
  60. Open Society Policy Center (Non-profit)
  61. Organizing for Action (OFA) (Non-profit)
  62. Faith In Action (Non-profit)
  63. Partnership for the Future of Learning (Non-profit)
  64. People’s Action (Non-profit)
  65. Piper Fund (Non-profit)
  66. Progressive Majority PAC (Political Party/527)
  67. ProgressNow (Non-profit)
  68. Propel Capital Network (For-profit)
  69. Proteus Fund (Non-profit)
  70. Public Leadership Institute (Non-profit)
  71. Raben Impact (Non-profit)
  72. Rockefeller Family Fund (Non-profit)
  73. Roosevelt Institute (Non-profit)
  74. San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (Non-profit)
  75. Service Employees International Union (SEIU) (Labor Union)
  76. Solidago Foundation (Non-profit)
  77. Solidaire Network (Non-profit)
  78. Solutions Project (Non-profit)
  79. State Engagement Initiative (Democracy Alliance) (Non-profit)
  80. State Innovation Exchange (SIX) (Non-profit)
  81. State Victory Fund (Non-profit)
  82. State Voices (Non-profit)
  83. Surdna Foundation (Non-profit)
  84. Texas Future Project (For-profit)
  85. The National Center for Civil and Human Rights (Non-profit)
  86. Tides Foundation (Non-profit)
  87. Tioga Fund (Non-profit)
  88. United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) (Labor Union)
  89. Victory 2021 Plan (Non-profit)
  90. Voices for Progress (PAC) (Political Party/527)
  91. Voqal Fund (Instructional Telecommunications Foundation) (Non-profit)
  92. Wallace Global Fund (Non-profit)
  93. RePower (Wellstone Action) (Non-profit)
  94. William J. Brennan Center for Justice (Non-profit)
  95. Women Donors Network (WDN) (Non-profit)
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