People (Page 55)


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    Wilbur Priester

    Wilbur Priester is chief financial officer for the left-leaning philanthropy consulting firm Arabella Advisors. He also serves in this capacity on the boards of Arabella Advisors’ funding and fiscal sponsorship nonprofits, including New Venture Fund, Sixteen Thirty Fund, Hopewell Fund, and Windward Fund.
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    Will Lippincott

    Will Lippincott is a board member of the Democratic opposition research group American Bridge 21st Century Foundation.
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    Will Menaker

    Will Menaker is one of three co-founders and regular co-hosts of Chapo Trap House (Chapo), a for-profit socialist podcast. As of March 2019, Chapo was grossing more than $120,000 per month through the website Patreon. [1] Menaker is the “planner” and “showrunner” of the group, who organizes
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    William Budinger

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    William Frisky

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    William Hamilton

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    William J. Roberts

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    William Janeway

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    William McNary

    William McNary is the president of USAction, the largest network of progressive grassroots working for social and racial equality. He is also the co-executive director of Citizen Action/Illinois, the state’s largest consumer organization.
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    William Reeves

    William Reeves is a co-founder and director of Unbound Philanthropy, which focuses on immigrants’ rights in the US and the UK. Reeves is a director on the Learning Coalition, which focuses on reform within Hawaii’s public school system. He was also a co-founder of BlueCrest Capital Management Ltd.
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    William Soskin

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    Willie Geist

    Willie Geist is an American television personality and journalist. Geist is the co-anchor of MSNBC’s Morning Joe and an Anchor of Sunday Today with Willie Geist. He is also a correspondent for NBC News and NBC sports.
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    Wilma Liebman

    Wilma Liebman is a union-side labor lawyer best known for serving as a Democrat on the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) from 1997-2011. She was appointed Chair of the NLRB by President Barack Obama, serving from 2009-2011.
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    Xavier Becerra

    Xavier Becerra is a California politician. A member of the Democratic Party, he serves as Attorney General of California.
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    Yanique Redwood

    Dr. Yanique Redwood, Ph.D., M.P.H. is the President and CEO of the Consumer Health Foundation. She formally worked for the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Dr. Redwood is an adjunct faculty in the Department of Health Services Administration in the School of Public Health at the University of Maryland-College
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    Yolanda “Cookie” Parker

    Yolanda “Cookie” Parker is a left-wing political activist, the founder and president of KMS Software Company, a software firm specializing in human capital management. Parker serves as a senior advisor at the National Foster Youth Institute. She served on President Barack Obama’s National Finance Committees in 2008 and 2012.
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    Yolande P. Marlow

    Yolande P. Marlow, Ph.D. is from Trenton, New Jersey. She is on the National Consortium on Racial and Ethic Fairness in the Courts Board Emeritus. She is a manager in New Jersey Supreme Court Committee Minority Concerns Unit.
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    Zeph Capo

    Zeph Capo is president of the Houston Federation of Teachers and the vice president of American Federation of Teachers.
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    Zoe Baird

    Zoe Baird is an American lawyer serving as president of the John and Mary R. Markle Foundation. In 1993, President Bill Clinton nominated Baird to serve as U.S. Attorney General; her nomination was later withdrawn amid allegations she had hired illegal immigrants as domestic workers and failed to pay
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    Zoe Sheppard

    Zoe Sheppard is Communications Associate at Everytown for Gun Safety, a gun control advocacy group.