People (Page 5)


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    Amy Floyd

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

    Amy Goldman Fowler is a philanthropist, real estate heiress, and psychologist best known for her gardening and advocacy for heirloom crops and seed preservation. She is a member of the left-of-center donor network Democracy Alliance and sits on the board of a number of philanthropic organizations.[1] She
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    Amy Hanauer

    Amy Hanauer is the Executive Director of Policy Matters Ohio, a left-leaning nonprofit.
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    Amy Kurtz

    Amy Kurtz is the president of the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a “dark money” fund responsible for funneling over $400 million to Democratic and left-of-center causes in 2020. [27] Kurtz has worked on independent political expenditures for Democratic-aligned nonprofits since 2001. She spent ten years running the political
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    Ana Garcia-Ashley

    Ana Garcia-Ashley is a left-of-center community organizer associated with the Gamaliel network of organizations.
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    Ana Maria Archila

    Ana Maria Archila is a liberal expansionist immigration activist and the co-executive director of the left-of-center Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) and the Center for Popular Democracy Action Fund along with Andrew Friedman, Jennifer Epps-Addison, and Brian Kettering. Archila claims to support the idea of “believe
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    Anat Shenker Osorio

    Anat Shenker Osorio is the founder and principal of ASO Communications. [63] She 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. [64]
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    Anat Shenker-Osorio

    Anat Shenker-Osorio is a left-wing political strategist and communications consultant who has been associated with the Open Society Foundations created and funded by liberal billionaire George Soros. Shenker-Osario is known for promoting the “race-class narrative,” which attempts to play upon race and class differences to promote left-of-center policy.
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    Anatole Kaletsky

    Anatole Kaletsky is an economist and financial journalist. He is the co-chairman of the investment research and financial management firm Gavekal. He also sits on the global board of the Open Society Foundations, (OSF) a major international grantmaking foundation created and funded by billionaire financier and left-of-center philanthropist
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    Andre Delattre

    Andre Delattre is a senior vice president and the chief operating officer of the Public Interest Network (PIN), a nonprofit run by Doug Phelps which oversees a collection of left-of-center nonprofit and for-profit organizations. PIN’s most notable component is the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (USPIRG), a
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    Andrea Batista Schlesinger

    Andrea Batista Schlesinger is a liberal activist, consultant, and advocacy nonprofit executive, and has been a partner at left-leaning urban policy consultancy HR&A Advisors since 2017. [99] She was formerly executive director of the Drum Major Institute. [100] Career Schlesinger is the former U.S. Programs deputy
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    Andrea Mitchell

    Andrea Mitchell is a television journalist currently hosting Andrea Mitchell Reports on the left-of-center cable news network MSNBC.
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    Andrea Soros Colombel

    Andrea Soros Colombel is the daughter of financier and liberal political donor George Soros. She sits on the global board of her father’s Open Society Foundations[108] and the board of the foundation-affiliated lobbying group Open Society Policy Center, which the Center for Responsive Politics
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    Andres W. Lopez

    Andres W. Lopez is a lawyer and Democratic Party political activist who has served as a member of the Democratic National Committee representing the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico.
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    Andrew Bleeker

    Andrew Bleeker is a digital marketing and communications strategist. He has led digital marketing teams for several prominent Democratic campaigns, including Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, his 2012 re-election campaign, the Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential campaign, and the campaigns of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Gov.
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    Andrew Cockburn

    Andrew Cockburn is a journalist, author, and filmmaker. He is currently the Washington editor of Harper’s Magazine. Cockburn’s politics are left-of-center as he has expressed support for increased economic regulations, opposition to military intervention in the Middle East, and concern over alleged voter suppression of racial minorities. However, Cockburn
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    Andrew Cuomo

    Andrew Cuomo is a Democratic politician best known as the former governor of New York. Cuomo resigned as governor in August 2021 after a series of scandals, starting with alleged information cover-ups regarding his role in forcing nursing homes to accept COVID-19 patients, and concluding in a series of sexual
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    Andrew Dannenberg

    Andrew Dannenberg is a Team Leader for the University of Washington School of Public Health and College of Built Environments Healthy Community Design Initiative at the UW Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Previously, he was a cardiovascular epidemiologist ath the National Institutes of Health and director of the CDC’s
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    Andrew DeGraca

    Andrew DeGraca is an official in the San Francisco Water Quality Division.
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    Andrew Friedman

    Andrew Friedman is one of four Co-Executive Directors of the Center for Popular Democracy and its affiliated Center for Popular Democracy Action Fund. He was one of the co-founders of Make the Road New York in 1997.