People (Page 14)


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    Charles M. Sennott

    Charles M. Sennott is the founder and current CEO of The GroundTruth Project. He had previously worked as a reporter for the New York Daily News and the Boston Globe, employed by the latter as bureau chief the Middle East and Europe between 1997 and 2005. [1]
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    Charles Rodgers

    Charles Rodgers is a left-of-center political activist and president of the New Community Fund.
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    Charlette Geffen

    Charlette Geffen is currently the Chief Science and Technology Officer of Earth and Biological Sciences and Director of Research Strategy at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
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    Charlie Sykes

    Charles “Charlie” Sykes is a conservative political commentator and editor-in-chief of the Bulwark, a right-leaning website hosted by the Defending Democracy Together Institute (DDTI). Sykes is a board member of the NeverTrump advocacy group Stand Up Republic and a national advisory board member of the center-left Democracy
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    Charlotte Brody

    Charlotte Brody is a nurse and left-of-center activist with BlueGreen Alliance.
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    Charlotte Pera

    Charlotte Pera is the President and CEO of the ClimateWorks Foundation, an environmentalist private foundation.
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    Chas Jewett

    Chas Jewett is a left-of-center political organizer and environmentalist that has worked in the non-profit industry for over a decade.
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    Chelsea Clinton

    Chelsea Clinton is the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. While off-limits to the press during her father’s Presidency (when Chelsea was a teenager), the Clinton family has tried to continue to treat her as above political criticism even as she has
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    Chelsea Henderson

    Chelsea Henderson is the Director of Editorial Content at RepublicEn, a nominally right-leaning environmentalist advocacy organization.
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    Cheryl Mills

    Cheryl Mills is a former Bill Clinton White House aide and is the founder and CEO of BlackIvy Group, a company that builds businesses in Africa.
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    Chloe Cockburn

    Chloe Cockburn is a Program Officer for Criminal Justice Reform at the Open Philanthropy Project. She previously worked with the ACLU and the Vera Institute.
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    Chris Cotelesse

    Chris Cotelesse is a professional activist and field director for Base Builder Group, a left-wing infrastructure development and fundraising firm.
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    Chris Gabrieli

    Chris Gabrieli is an American businessman and education reformer.
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    Chris Gennings

    Chris Gennings is the Director of the Division of Biostatistics and a Research Professor at Mount Sinai.
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    Chris Hayes

    Chris Hayes is a reporter for MSNBC, a left-wing news network.
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    Chris Hughes

    Chris Hughes is a co-founder of Facebook and early adviser to the company. Hughes left Facebook in 2007 to work as a digital media adviser to then-Senator Barack Obama’s campaign for president. [107] Hughes is married to Sean Eldridge, the former political director of pro-same-sex
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    Chris Lehane

    Chris Lehane is a Democratic Party political consultant, lawyer, and former opposition research specialist for the Bill Clinton administration. Lehane is closely connected with billionaire Tom Steyer, and has been described as an aide to Steyer.
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    Chris Lundberg

    Chris Lundberg is a software entrepreneur and founder or co-founder of a number of digital marketing and data firms catering to left-leaning clients, including Frakture, Salsa Labs, Wired for Change, and Democracy in Action.
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    Chris Matthews

    Chris Matthews is a journalist and talk show host for MSNBC.
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    Chris Melody Fields Figueredo

    Chris Melody Fields Figueredo is the executive director of The Ballot Initiative Strategy Center. Prior to this, she served as the associate director for media nonprofit ReThink Media and was the outreach director for the advocacy group Common Cause. [116] She previously worked as the