CHAIR AND SECRETARY
Senior Partner of the law firm of Fineman, Krekstein & Harris, in Philadelphia, PA. Former Chair, United States Postal Service
LAVITA MCMATH TURNER
Director of Government and External Relations at Stella and Charles Guttman Community College in New York and Board Member of The Democracy Commitment, a national initiative aimed at engaging community college students in civic learning and democratic practice.
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Former Vice President, Strategic Communications and National Partnerships at the Public Broadcasting Service. He directed communications for several White House race-based Initiatives and democracy and governance projects for the U.S. State Department.
Managing Director for Planned Parenthood Action Fund. Former President of the United States Student Association, Director of the Department of Civil and Human Rights at the AFL-CIO and former Field Director at the NAACP.
Associate Dean and Professor of Law, Loyola Law School. He is a nationally recognized scholar of constitutional law, civil rights, and the law of democracy, with particular focus on election administration and redistricting. He served as a Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice under the Obama Administration.
GAIL L. SIEGEL
Recently retired Policy Director for the Cook County Illinois Clerk's office, the third largest election jurisdiction in the U.S., where she initiated modernization of the voter communications and outreach infrastructure including online voter registration, Election Day registration and automatic voter registration.
Current Chair of Fair Elections Center’s Campus Vote Project’s National Student Advisory Board. Before that, she was a Democracy Fellow for CVP at Pierce College. Lynette is a senior at UC Berkeley majoring in political science where she is a research assistant on Election Law and a Senior Class Council Board Member & Chair of Events. She is also the Communication’s Department lead for the ESL Student Program.
Erika Moritsugu has spent most of her career in the federal government and politics fighting for social justice and the empowerment of communities and individuals. In Oct. 2019, she joined the National Partnership for Women & Families where she leads the Economic Justice team. Prior to her work at the National Partnership, Erika managed the Government Relations, Advocacy and Community Engagement team at ADL (the Anti-Defamation League). Erika has diverse and deep experience on Capitol Hill and within governmental agencies. She also has led community engagement initiatives and has practiced law.
ROBERT M. BRANDON
PRESIDENT & CEO
Co-founded in 2006 the Fair Elections Legal Network, now the Fair Elections Center. Mr. Brandon, a public interest attorney, has more than 35 years of nonprofit public policy, legislative, media and campaign experience at the federal, state and local levels.
Vice President of UnidosUS (formerly National Council of La Raza). He oversees the Office of Research, Advocacy, and Legislation which is charged with directing the organization’s legislative affairs, public policy research, policy analysis, and field advocacy work.
Gregory T. Moore is a leading voting rights advocate and leader with a long and distinguished history of political empowerment and advocacy. He has served as the Executive Director of the NAACP National Voter Fund, Legislative Director and Chief of Staff for John Conyers, US House Judiciary Committee Chair. Mr. Moore currently serves on the Election Assistance Advisory Committee and is president of the GTM Consulting Services, LLC, based in Washington, DC and Cleveland Ohio.
Founder of J.O.I. Strategies, which develops strategies for organizations and companies seeking to achieve Justice, Opportunity, and Inclusion for America’s underserved communities. Former Chief of Staff to US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and Advisor to the Chair of the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission during the Obama-Biden Administration.