People (Page 6)


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    Anna Lefer Kuhn

    Anna Lefer Kuhn is the executive director of the Arca Foundation, which funds left-wing causes in the U.S. and abroad. Previously, she worked for the Open Society Foundations, the advocacy philanthropy of left-of-center billionaire George Soros, as a program officer. Kuhn also previously served on the boards
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    Anne Avis

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    Anne Bartley

    Anne Bartley is a left-of-center activist and funder who was involved in the creation and leadership of numerous liberal advocacy organizations including America Votes, the Threshold Foundation, Democracy Alliance, and Committee on States.[11] She is associated with the Rockefeller family; her mother, Jeannette Edris,
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    Anne Earhart

    Anne Earhart is a California-based heiress and supporter of various left-leaning causes. She is one of the inheritors of the fortune of Getty Oil tycoon J. Paul Getty. Earhart is a supporter of Democratic Party and left-of-center political causes with her political and advocacy giving. She is also the principal
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    Anne Filipic

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    Anne Harkavy

    Anne Harkavy is the executive director of Democracy Forward and the Democracy Forward Foundation, left-leaning litigation and advocacy organizations created in 2016 to attack the Trump administration. She has a history as an attorney and operative in the Democratic Party. Harkavy is married to David W. Ogden,
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    Anne Peretz

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    Anne Shoup

    Anne Shoup serves as the communications director for Protect Our Care and previously worked at the consultancy New Paradigm Strategy Group. Shoup had done work on the issue of health care at both the Democratic super PAC American Bridge 21st Century and the left-wing Center for American
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    Anne-Marie Slaughter

    Anne-Marie Slaughter is the president and CEO of the left-of-center policy organization New America. She previously served as Director of Policy Planning in the U.S. State Department during the Obama administration.
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    Annie Leonard

    Annie Leonard is an environmental activist and nonprofit officer who currently serves as the Executive Director of Greenpeace and the affiliated Greenpeace Fund.
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    Antha Williams

    Antha Williams is an environmental activist and head of environmental programs at Bloomberg Philanthropies. Prior to this position, Antha was a program officer at the Beldon Fund.
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    Anthony Reardon

    Anthony Reardon is national president of the National Treasury Employees Union.
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    Anthony Romero

    Anthony Romero is a career left-of-center nonprofit activist who has served as executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) since 2001.
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    Anthony Thigpenn

    Anthony Figpenn is a Los Angeles-based political activist and environmentalist. He is the founder and president of the left-of-center voter registration and coalition group California Calls and the Strategic Concepts in Organizing and Policy Education (SCOPE).
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    Antonio Hernandez

    Antonio Hernandez is the director of membership at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute.
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    Archana Sahgal

    Archana Sahgal serves as a senior associate director in the White House Office of Public Engagement where she manages outreach to labor and progressive groups. She is a progressive political activist with more than a decade of experience working in the political non-profit industry.
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    Ari Melber

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    Ari Phillips

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    Arianna Huffington

    Arianna Huffington is a left-leaning media entrepreneur best known for founding the left-of-center blog empire HuffPost (formerly the Huffington Post).
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    Arianna Packard Martell

    Arianna Packard Martell is the granddaughter of David Packard, a co-founder of the Hewlett-Packard technology company. She is a member of the board of directors for the Packard Humanities Institute, which her father, David Woodley Packard, founded. She made headlines in 2010 for her strong opposition to then-California Republican