People (Page 3)


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    Alex Friedmann

    Alex Friedmann is a left-of-center prison advocate who worked for the 2016 presidential campaign of U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT). He is a former staff member of the advocacy group Human Rights Defense Center and began writing for its monthly publication, Prison Legal News, while he served
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    Alex Kotch

    Alex Kotch is a left-wing investigative journalist that writes articles supporting environmentalism, highlighting money in politics, and attacking right-of-center groups. Kotch has worked at the left-of-center Institute for Southern Studies and The Young Turks Network. [23] He currently writes for Sludge, a website dedicated to
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    Alex Nussbaum

    Alex Nussbaum is a reporter at Bloomberg news who specializes in energy- and environment-related issues. Before this, he specialized in climate change and environmental issues for Bloomberg. Early Life Nussbaum is a native New Yorker. He is a graduate of Cornell University. [42] In 2002, he attended the
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    Alex Tom

    Alex Tom is a left-wing organizer and head of the Center for Empowered Politics, a group focused on social justice, equity, and movement organizing. Tom advocates for left-of-center views such as defunding the police, teaching critical race theory, supporting Palestine and defunding Israel, and has partnered with several left-of-center
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    Alexa “Allie” Rothenberg

    Alexa “Allie” Rothenberg is director of operations and strategy at Democracy Docket, a public interest law firm founded by Democratic Party attorney Marc Elias and dedicated to supporting election administration, redistricting, and voter access policies seen as advantageous to the Democratic Party. [69] Education and Early Career
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    Alexander Friedman

    Alexander “Alex” Friedman is an American finance executive who formerly worked in the Clinton administration. For four years, Friedman also worked as chief financial officer of the left-of-center Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. [77] After leaving the Foundation, Friedman became CEO of GAM, a Swiss asset
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    Alexander Soros

    Alexander Soros is the son of left-progressive finance billionaire and political mega-donor George Soros and deputy chair of the Open Society Foundations, his father’s left-of-center private grantmaking foundation. [95] [96] Alexander Soros has created a foundation under his own name which gives awards to activists working
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    Alexandra Boyle

    Alexandra Boyle is the community impact assistant at Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties.
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    Alexandria Bratton

    Alexandria Bratton is a liberal political activist in the state of Virginia focusing on ethnic representation and Census issues. She is presently a program manager for the Virginia Civic Engagement Table. Career Alexandria Bratton is currently the program manager of the Virginia Civic Engagement Table (VCET), a non-profit organization
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    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, also known as “AOC,” is a Democratic politician and leader of the radical left of the Party. In 2018, she was elected U.S. Representative for New York’s 14th District located in the Bronx and Queens. First elected at 28 years old, Ocasio-Cortez is as of mid-2020 the youngest
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    Alexis Herman

    Alexis Herman is a Democratic Party operative and former United States Secretary of Labor in the Bill Clinton administration. She held multiple positions in the Clinton and Carter administrations, and has taken senior roles with the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and other Democratic political efforts. Since leaving government,
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    Alexis McGill Johnson

    Alexis McGill Johnson is the acting President and CEO of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. She entered the role on July 16, 2019 following the departure of Leana Wen. [230] Johnson is the co-founder and co-director of the left-of-center Perception Institute and served as
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    Ali Velshi

    Ali Velshi is a left-leaning journalist and business correspondent for NBC News.
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    Alice Kessler

    Alice Kessler is a former government affairs director for the gay marriage mega-lobby Equality California. She also serves on Tide Advocacy’s board of directors.
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    Alicia Garza

    Alicia Garza is a California-based activist and a co-founder of the #BlackLivesMatter online movement and the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation. Garza’s activism began at an early age, but her rise to national prominence began with a Facebook post in response to the acquittal of George Zimmerman
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    Alicia Wittink

    Alicia Wittink is vice president of the left-of-center Park Foundation and the daughter of Adelaide Park Gomer, heiress to the Duncan Hines fortune and president of the Park Foundation. [307] In additional to her activism with the foundation, Wittink has sat on the board of directors
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    Alida Garcia

    Alida Garcia is an attorney and director of coalitions and policy for the center-left advocacy group FWD.us. Garcia previously served as national latino vote deputy director for Barack Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign.
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    Alida Messinger

    Alida Ferry Rockefeller is an American philanthropist and the youngest daughter of John Davison Rockefeller III.
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    Aliki Moncrief

    Aliki Moncrief is an environmentalist who currently works as the executive director of Florida Conservation Voters.
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    Alison Carlson

    Alison Carlson is a philanthropist and center-left political activist. Carlson is founder, chair, and main funder of the Forsythia Foundation, a grantmaking foundation based in Washington, D.C. [327]