Search results for ‘participant’


  • Government Agency

    Biden Administration – Department of Justice

    This profile contains Biden Administration nominations and appointments made at the U.S. Department of Justice. Nominations and Appointments Merrick Garland is Attorney General. Garland formerly served as a Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, and was Chair of the Executive Committee of
  • Person

    Philip F. Anschutz

    Philip F. Anschutz (born 1939) is a businessman and the president of The Anschutz Corporation, a holding company based in Denver, Colorado. Anschutz is a prominent donor to Republican politicians and a supporter of conservative advocacy causes, being perhaps best known for his ownership of the Washington Examiner and, from
  • For-profit

    Elias Law Group

    The Elias Law Group is the law firm of Marc Elias, the former long-standing leader of the political law practice at Perkins Coie, a major law firm that serves Democratic politicians. In August 2021, Elias left Perkins Coie with ten partners and three counsels to establish the Elias
  • Non-profit

    Essie Justice Group

    Essie Justice Group (EJS) is a left-of-center criminal justice policy group made up primarily of women with incarcerated partners or relatives. EJS describes itself as building a “black feminist future that is liberatory for all.” The group describes the United States as being in an “age of incarceration” primarily fueled
  • Political Party/527

    The Black Panther Party

    The Black Panther Party was a communist Black militant organization founded in 1966 that allied with extremist New Left organizations such as Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and communist regimes abroad. [125] A 1969 SDS resolution declared the Panthers the “vanguard force” in the “black liberation
  • Non-profit

    Urban Triage

    Urban Triage is a left-of-center nonprofit organization that advocates for critical race theory-inspired “racial equity” approaches and various forms of racial reparations. It advocates for abolishing capitalism, which it asserts is white supremacy. [476] Urban Triage was a main organizer behind Black Lives Matter protests in Madison,
  • Other Group

    Better Internet Initiative

    Better Internet Initiative is a project of the left-of-center Hopewell Fund launched in 2020 to create a collaborative fellowship for left-leaning influencers and content creators on social media sites like YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram. According to the organization’s website, the initiative offered a 2020 Fellowship, which worked with
  • Person

    Cindy Marten

    Cindy Marten is an educator and the Deputy Secretary of Education in the Biden administration. Deputy Secretary Marten previously worked for over 30 years in the San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD), including 8 years as superintendent. [506] During her time as superintendent, Deputy Secretary Marten faced
  • Non-profit

    Meridian International Center

    The Meridian International Center is an international relations organization that operates over 500 educational and cultural exchange programs between the United States and various foreign nations. The organization receives substantial grant funding from the U.S. Department of State and operates multiple exchange programs on behalf of the State Department.
  • Non-profit

    Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies

    The Federalist Society is an educational organization for more than 75,000 mostly conservative and libertarian lawyers and law students. It is active at more than 200 law schools and hosts more than 1000 events each year. Membership in the Society and attendance at its events is open to anyone (including
  • Non-profit

    Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation

    The Charles Koch Foundation (CKF) is a libertarian-leaning private foundation located in Arlington, Virginia, that is funded and controlled by billionaire businessman and philanthropist Charles Koch. The organization was founded by Koch and has close ties to many right-leaning organizations that have received funding from Charles Koch and his
  • Person

    Jeffrey Sonnenfeld

    Jeffrey Sonnenfeld is a professor at the Yale School of Management. He previously taught at Harvard Business School and Emory University and has written several books on corporate leadership. [690][691] In April 2021, Sonnenfeld helped to organize a conference of more than 100 corporate executives in
  • Non-profit

    Heritage Foundation

    The Heritage Foundation is a right-of-center policy think tank founded in 1973 that researches and recommends policies such as free markets, limited government, a strong national defense, and courts that adhere to the original meaning of the U.S. Constitution. [705] [706] Many of Heritage’s most significant
  • Non-profit

    Charles Koch Institute

    The Charles Koch Institute (CKI) is a libertarian-leaning nonprofit educational organization located in Arlington, Virginia, that is the principle funding vehicle for public policy-related giving for billionaire businessman and donor Charles Koch. The organization was founded by Koch and has close ties to many right-leaning organizations that have received
  • Non-profit

    Forge Leadership Network

    The Forge Leadership Network is a right-of-center nonprofit organization in Ohio that recruits, trains, and mentors young conservatives. The Forge Leadership Network’s main programs are the Forge Leadership Summit and the Forge Mentorship Academy, which prepare participants to approach public policy issues from the perspective of free markets, limited government,
  • For-profit

    Ceterus

    Ceterus is an accounting and human resources software company based in Charleston, South Carolina. The company provides basic accounting and bookkeeping services to industry-specific accounting firms and small businesses with an emphasis on providing services to entrepreneurs. The company promotes tailored accounting software for various industries, specifically dental industry accounting
  • Non-profit

    Intercollegiate Studies Institute

    The Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI) is a right-of-center educational nonprofit that creates programming and educational materials for college students. The institute was first led by conservative journalist and National Review founder William F. Buckley, Jr., and promotes libertarian and conservative political-economic thought. The organization is based in Wilmington, Delaware, and
  • Non-profit

    James Madison Institute

    The James Madison Institute (JMI) is a right-of-center think tank headquartered in Florida. JMI advocates for free markets, limited government intervention, and economic freedom. JMI publishes reports and articles that have garnered national media attention on topics including elections, labor union activity, school choice programs, and healthcare. [967]
  • Non-profit

    Center of the American Experiment

    The Center of the American Experiment (CAE) is a non-partisan public policy think tank that supports policies promoting free enterprise, limited government, and individual liberty in Minnesota. CAE researches and publishes papers on Minnesota’s economy, health care, education, state and local governance, and employee freedom. CAE also proposes policy approaches,
  • Non-profit

    House of Pentacles

    House of Pentacles (HOP) is a far-left organization that is one of 110 projects of the left-of-center Allied Media Projects (AMP). HOP was founded by Joie Lou Shakur as an outgrowth of “Gaycation 2017,” an LGBT event sponsored by far-left Southerners on New Ground (SONG). [1027]