People (Page 76)


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    Valerie Jarrett

    Valerie Jarrett is a Democratic political figure who served as a Senior Advisor to the President in the Obama White House.
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    Van Jones

    Van Jones is a left-of-center political commentator and activist best known for serving in the Obama White House as Special Advisor for Green Jobs.
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    Vanessa Wruble

    Vanessa Wruble is a journalist, entrepreneur, and co-founder of the 2017 Women’s March. She currently serves as head of campaign operations for the Women’s March.
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    Vani Hari

    Vani Deva Hari is a controversial food blogger, activist, and affiliate marketer. She and her husband operate the Food Babe blog and Food Babe LLC.[1] Food Babe advocates for the avoidance of genetically modified and other processed foods and food additives. Critics of Hari accuse her of profiting
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    Vanita Gupta

    Vanita Gupta is a lawyer serving as president of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights. Prior to joining the Leadership Conference, Gupta served in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division during the Obama administration and as a staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties
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    Vatsala Pathy

    Vatsala Pathy is a member of the board of directors for nonprofit group New Venture Fund, which is managed by left-leaning philanthropic consulting firm Arabella Advisors. In addition, she is the founder and former managing director for nonprofit healthcare firm Rootstock Solutions, as well as the prior State
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    Vernetta Walker

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    Vivian Schiller

    Vivian Schiller is the CEO of media group Civil Foundation as well as the former CEO of center-left media group NPR and the Global Chair of News for Twitter. She sits on the board of The GroundTruth Project, a left-of-center news organization that runs Report for America.[23]
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    Walker Hamilton

    Walker Hamilton was the former chief technology officer for the Democratic campaign consulting firm Revolution Messaging. Currently, he is the chief technology officer for the online business process software company Tallyfy, Inc.
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    Wally Adeyemo

    Adewale “Wally” Adeyemo is the president of the Obama Foundation and a senior advisor at both BlackRock and the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He served in numerous positions in the Obama administration, including Senior International Economic Adviser to the Treasury Department. During his work
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    Warren Buffett

    Warren Buffett is the chief executive of investment corporation Berkshire Hathaway and is credited as one of the most successful investors of all time.[38]  According to Forbes, Buffett was the second-richest person in the world in 2017, with an estimated net worth exceeding $75 billion.[39] Though
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    Wayne Jordan

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    Wayne Spence

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    Wendy Abrams

    Wendy Abrams is an American environmentalist activist.
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    Wendy Grubbs

    Wendy Grubbs is a board member of American Action Forum. She was formerly a special assistant to President George W. Bush.
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    Wendy Wendlandt

    Wendy Wendlandt is president of the Center for Public Interest Research and senior vice president of the Public Interest Network.
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    Wenonah Hauter

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    Weston Milliken

    Weston Milliken is a former management consultant and board secretary for the Democracy Alliance, a collective of left-of-center donors that has been active in orchestrating “the activities of a permanent ‘left infrastructure’” since 2004. [67] He is the son of the late South Carolina textile billionaire and
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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.