People (Page 3)


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    Alicia Garza

    Alicia Garza is an activist and Black Lives Matter movement supporter.
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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

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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. [1]
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    Alisu Schoua-Glusberg

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    Alixandria Lapp

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    Allan Oliver

    Allan Oliver is a left-of-center advocacy philanthropy official working as the executive director of the Thornburg Foundation, where he oversees the Foundation’s Strategic Initiatives and Community Funding grants. [2] Prior to joining Thornburg Foundation, Oliver was a staffer for Democratic state officials in New Mexico including former Governor
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    Allen Greenberg

    Allen Greenberg is the long-time executive director and president of the Susan Thompson Buffet Foundation, the charitable foundation established and funded by billionaire investor Warren Buffett. Greenberg was a left-wing legal activist until his now-dissolved marriage to Buffett’s daughter Susie Buffett. Under Greenberg’s leadership, the Foundation grew
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    Allison Fine

    Allison Fine is a left-of-center activist and co-author of the book The Networked Nonprofit.
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    Alyssa Mastromonaco

    Alyssa Mende Mastromonaco is the President of Global Communications Strategy & Talent at A&E Networks as of December 2016. She was previously the Chief Operating Officer of Vice Media. She is also a contributing editor at Marie Claire magazine.
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    Alyssa Milano

    Alyssa Jayne Milano is an American actress, activist, producer and former singer. She appears in Who’s the Boss?, Melrose Place, Charmed, My Name is Earl, Mistresses and recently the Netflix series Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later.
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    Amanda Ballantyne

    Amanda Ballantyne is the director of Main Street Alliance. He is also on the advisory committee of Our Story Hub, a project of the Proteus Fund which advises left-of-center politicians and groups on communications strategies. [32]
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    Amanda Harrington

    Amanda Harrington is a political consultant, activist, and former communications director for the pro-Obamacare group Protect Our Care, a project of the center-left 501(c)(4) advocacy group Sixteen Thirty Fund. Harrington previously served as director of health communications for Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) and deputy communications
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    Amanda Nguyen

    Amanda Nguyen is a board member of R Street Institute and CEO and Founder of RISE, a nonprofit organization that advocates for the civil rights of victims of sexual assault and rape.
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    Amanda Renteria

    Amanda Renteria is a Democratic Party operative and a failed candidate in California’s 2018 gubernatorial election. Renteria was national political director for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and an adviser to multiple Democratic U.S. senators.
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    Amber French

    Amber French is the Executive Director of media at the Democracy Fund.
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    Amber Mostyn

    Amber Anderson Mostyn is a Texas trial lawyer and liberal political donor. She is the widow of J. Steven (Steve) Mostyn, who was also an attorney and the head of Mostyn Law. [33] She is the co-founder, along with her late husband, of the Mostyn Moreno Foundation,
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    Amelia Warren Tyagi

    Amelia Warren Tyagi is the daughter of Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren
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    Amy Floyd

    Amy Floyd is executive director of the Center for Public Interest Research.