People (Page 6)


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    Andy Stern

    Andy Stern is the former president of the Service Employees International Union. A longtime union official, Stern rose to the presidency[1] after leading former SEIU president John Sweeney’s insurgent campaign to become president of the AFL-CIO. [2] Stern’s main focus as SEIU President was
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    Angela Davis

    Angela Davis is a life-long, radical-left activist and academic. Davis was a longtime member of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA) and twice served as its vice-presidential candidate. She retired from academia in 2008 and has since been a full-time author and activist ever since. Davis first became involved in
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    Angela Peoples

    Angela Peoples is a political activist and founder of the radical-left organization The South. [132] Peoples has worked for other, ostensibly more mainstream left-of-center organizations including Center for American Progress and GetEqual. [133] Other organizations Peoples has associated with include All Above
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    Angela Thomas

    Angela Thomas is an assistant at Africare.
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    Angela Tombazzi

    Angela M. Tombazzi is a liberal digital operative working as the director of data and technology for the left-of-center advocacy group State Voices. [149] She has previously worked for Ohio state-level and national left-progressive coalitions including America Votes. State Voices State Voices connects advocacy and activist
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    Angelo Carusone

    Angelo Carusone is the president of Media Matters for America
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    Anika Robbins

    Anika Robbins is a small business owner and nonprofit manager based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is the executive director of the Anika Foundation. A left-liberal activist, she was appointed to the Minneapolis Commission on Civil Rights by Mayor Betsy Hodges (D) in 2018. [161] Early
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    Anisha Singh

    Anisha Singh is a liberal attorney and activist who has worked for Planned Parenthood and the Center for American Progress. [169]
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    Anita Banerji

    Anita Banerji is director of the Democracy Initiative, a project of Forefront.
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    Anita Dunn

    Anita Dunn is a managing director of SKDKnickerbocker, senior advisor to the Biden Administration, and former senior advisor and White House Communications Director for the Obama Administration. She has worked with multiple clients including pro-abortion groups such as Planned Parenthood, NARAL, and Emily’s List,
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    Anita Jain

    Anita Jain is the director of communications at the Center for Popular Democracy. [191] 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 communication strategies. [192]
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    Anita Khashu

    Anita Khashu is program director of the Four Freedoms Fund, a center-left group that funds immigration and voter registration organizations. The Four Freedoms Fund is a project of NEO Philanthropy, a center-left pass-through and fiscal sponsorship nonprofit. Prior to her work for the Fund, Khashu was the founding
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    Ann Doerr

    Ann Doerr is a technology engineer and environmentalist activist. She is married to John Doerr, a Democratic political donor and venture capitalist.
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    Ann Mills

    Ann Mills is an environmental conservationist and left-leaning political activist. She is the executive director at the Agua Fund – a left-of-center private fund based in Washington D.C. that addresses issues related to land, food, and water.
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    Ann Morning

    Ann Morning is a New York University associate professor and demographer who studies racial and ethnic classification.
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    Ann S. Bowers

    Ann S. Bowers is a former Apple human resources executive who later led the Noyce Foundation.
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    Ann Twomey

    Ann Twomey was the founding president of the Health Professionals and Allied Employees Union, an American Federation of Teachers-affiliated union in New Jersey.
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    Anna Burger

    Anna Burger has spent nearly her entire 40-year career working for the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) joining in 1972.[194] Labeled as the “Queen of Labor,”[195] Burger was elected an executive vice president and the secretary-treasurer of the SEIU in 1990. She was credited as
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    Anna Chu

    Anna Chu is the vice president for strategy and policy National Women’s Law Center. 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. [277]
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    Anna Fahey

    Anna Fahey is the director of strategic communications and the Sightline Institute. 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. [278]