People (Page 80)


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    Tony Perlstein

    Tony Perlstein is the deputy director of communications for the Center for Popular Democracy. [1] 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. [2]
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    Tony Podesta

    Tony Podesta is a Democratic lobbyist and political operative. He was the co-founder of the Podesta Group, a now-defunct political affairs firm in Washington, D.C. that he co-founded with his brother, Clinton operative John Podesta.
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    Tony Rodham

    Anthony Dean Rodham is an American consultant and businessman who is the youngest brother of former First Lady of Arkansas, First Lady, Senator from New York and Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and the brother-in-law of former U.S.
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    Tracy Jarrett

    Tracy Jarrett is a reporter and producer for left-of-center news organization Vice Media. She sits on the advisory board of The GroundTruth Project, a left-of-center news organization that runs Report for America.[3]
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    Tracy Sturdivant

    Tracy Sturdivant is president of The League, an organizing collective that grew out of the Make it Work Campaign, which she also co-founded. Sturdivant is a veteran organizer for left-of-center causes and a self-professed “one woman coalition.” [4] Sturdivant has trained women to run for elected
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    Tracy Van Slyke

    Tracy Van Slyke worked as the director of the Culture Lab. Before she founded the Culture Lab, she worked as the co-director of the New Bottom Line and co-authored the book Beyond The Echo Chamber. [22]
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    Trammell S. Crow

    Trammell S. Crow is the son of Dallas, Texas-area real estate mogul Trammell Crow and Margaret Crow. An environmentalist, he founded Earth Day Texas – now known as EarthX – and reportedly has facilitated meetings between liberal environmentalists and key members of the Trump administration. [23] Politically,
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    Trent Lott

    Trent Lott is a lobbyist and retired Republican Senator from Mississippi, where he was briefly Senate Majority Leader in 2001. Along with former Democratic Senator John Breaux, he was the co-founder of the lobbying firm Breaux-Lott Leadership Group; the company was later acquired by the lobbying firm Squire
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    Trinh Duong

    Trinh Duong is the Vice Chair and Director of Grantmaking Programs at the Funding Exchange.
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    Trita Parsi

    Trita Parsi is the executive vice president of the Quincy Institute, a think tank promoting a non-interventionist U.S. foreign policy. [40] The Quincy Institute was founded with the joint support of left-wing billionaire George Soros and libertarian billionaire Charles Koch. [41] Before joining
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    Tuti Scott

    Tuti Scott is a left-progressive philanthropic officer who, as of September 2020, works as the interim CEO of the Tides Foundation, a left-of-center pass-through funding nonprofit. [70] She has held the interim position since September 2019 after spending most of her career as a consultant advocating for
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    Valarie Long

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    Valerie Berlin

    For more information, see BerlinRosen (For-Profit) Valerie Berlin is a Democratic political strategist and operative based in New York City. She is a principal and co-founder of the for-profit consulting firm BerlinRosen, which she founded with business partner Jonathan Rosen. [90] Her firm is notable
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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 left-progressive activist and co-founder of the Women’s March. Shortly after the first march in January 2017, Wruble left the Women’s March organization due to what she alleges were anti-Semitic statements by fellow senior March leadership. [100] Wruble went onto found and work as
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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.[132] 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