People (Page 4)


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    Alison Carlson

    Alison Carlson is the founder of the Passport Foundation and the Forsythia Foundation, two environmentalist grantmaking foundations. After a personal health scare, Carlson became involved in numerous scientific and activist efforts regarding environmental toxins. In 2007, she co-founded the Passport Foundation with her now-ex-husband John Burbank. Three years
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    Alisu Schoua-Glusberg

    Alisu Schoua-Glusberg is a cultural and linguistic anthropologist who owns a small business, Research Support Services, Inc., and is the senior director of survey operations at IMPAQ International, a research firm.
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    Alixandria Lapp

    Alixandria Lapp is the founder of House Majority PAC, a super PAC that supports Democratic candidates to the U.S. House. Lapp currently holds a board position for the National Democratic Redistricting Committee.
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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. [24] Prior to joining Thornburg Foundation, Oliver was a staffer for Democratic state officials in New Mexico including former Governor
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    Allen Blue

    Allen Blue is a technology executive and Democratic political donor. Blue, along with Reid Hoffman and other founders from PayPal and SocialNet, launched LinkedIn in 2002. Since 2014, Blue has made contributions to various Democratic Party politicians and Democratic Party-aligned political action committees (PACs). Blue spent over $800,000 to
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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 Barlow

    Allison Barlow is a program director at the Wallace Global Fund, a left-of-center organization supporting environmentalist causes and working to reduce corporate influence in politics. She has been affiliated with organizations connected to left-of-center juggernauts including the Democracy Alliance and the Open Society Foundations. Barlow is a
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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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    Allison Herren Lee

    As of March 2021, Allison Herren Lee was commissioner and acting chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). [74] Lee was initially appointed to the SEC by Republican President Donald Trump to fill an open SEC seat reserved for a member of the Democratic Party.
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    Allyson Tintiango-Cubales

    Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales is a professor of Asian-American studies and a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) consultant. She is also an advocate of expanding ethnic studies curricula in public schools. [98] Tintiangco-Cubales was the co-chair of the advisory committee that helped design California’s mandatory ethnic studies curriculum for the
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    Alphonso David

    Alphonso David is a left-leaning lawyer who was the president of the LGBT-interest group Human Rights Campaign (HRC) from 2019 until his ouster in 2021. [114] David has held several positions during his career within the government, law firms, and left-of-center organizations. Most notably, David worked for
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    Alvin Starks

    Alvin Starks is the strategic initiatives director for the NAACP and the director of the Open Society-U.S. Equality team at the Open Society Institute (OSI) of George Soros’s Open Society Foundations (OSF). In 2021, he coauthored an op-ed with Democracy Alliance head Pamela Shifman
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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 and political activist involved in a number of center-left organizations and causes.
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    Amanda Ballantyne

    Amanda Ballantyne is a labor union activist who works as the director of the Technology Institute at the AFL-CIO, where she has worked since January 2021. [145] Prior to joining the AFL-CIO, she worked for seven years as executive director of the Business Education Fund and its
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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 Keton

    Amanda Keton is the former managing director of the Tides Advocacy Fund (sometimes called The Advocacy Fund), a center-left lobbying nonprofit associated with the Tides Nexus of liberal pass-through and fiscal sponsorship groups. She was succeeded by Romilda Justilien in October 2019. [160] Keton was also
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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 A’Lee Frost

    Amber A’Lee Frost is a socialist writer and co-host of the podcast Chapo Trap House. She is the one who coined the phrase “dirtbag left” which describes a more vulgar opposition to not just conservatives but to more establishment left-of-center types. Frost is also a member of the