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NCoC's Board of Directors come from an array of disciplines – from finance to communications, lawyers and screenwriters, but all share a passion and commitment to increasing the level of civic engagement in America.
Michael WeiserChairmanMichael Weiser was elected chairman of the National Conference on Citizenship in January, 2008. An investor and writer, Mr. Weiser is a frequent commentator on issues relating to finance, citizenship and ...
Barry ByrdBarry Byrd is a partner at the law firm of Pineiro Byrd PLLC, in Jupiter, Florida, specializing and Board Certified in real estate law. Barry is a graduate of Stetson University and the Stetson College ...
Lattie CoorChairman, Center for the Future of ArizonaDr. Lattie Coor founded the Center for the Future of Arizona in 2002 with the goal of creating an Arizona in which there are opportunities and quality of life for all citizens, now and in the future.
Patrick CorvingtonPatrick A. Corvington leads a team of committed staff to build out the Habitat for Humanity International volunteer and volunteer advocacy infrastructure.
Philip DuncanPhil Duncan serves on the Falls Church, Virginia, City Council and is President of Civicatalyst Communications, a consulting firm focusing on civic participation and education.
Paula EllisFormer Vice President for Strategic Initiatives, John S. and James L. Knight FoundationPaula Ellis, a former Knight Foundation officer, senior publishing executive and journalist, has long been a leader in journalism innovation and community engagement.
Eric K. FederingHonorary Director, National Japanese American Memorial FoundationEric K. Federing, of Maryland, serves as Honorary Director of the National Japanese American Memorial Foundation, which is focused on Washington, DC’s National Japanese American Memorial to Patriotism ...
Thomas GottschalkTom Gottschalk is currently of counsel in the Washington, D.C. office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. In addition to his current counseling and legal policy work, he chairs the Kirkland Pro Bono Committee.
Garrett GraffEditor, Washingtonian MagazineGarrett M. Graff became in 2009 just the third editor of The Washingtonian in the magazine 40-plus year history. Prior to becoming editor, Graff spent four years at the magazine, during which time he wrote ...
Hon. Bob GrahamGovernor, Senator, LeaderAs first a state legislator, then governor and finally a three-term U.S. Senator, Bob Graham has had a role in nearly every major public policy issue in modern Florida's history.
Martin KrallMartin Krall was a partner and vice-chairman of the law firm Shaw Pittman until early 1995, when he became Executive vice-president-chief legal officer of the Daily News, U.S. News and World Report and ...
Gail Leftwich KitchCOO, Voter Participation CenterGail Leftwich Kitch is chief operating officer of The Voter Participation Center, a research-driven, results-oriented nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to increasing participation in our democracy.
A.G. NewmyerA. G. Newmyer III, known as "Terry," is an active investor and management consultant. He was founder of U. S. Fiduciary Advisors, a network of highly-trained individuals who serve as fiduciaries, ...
Thomas SusmanDirector of Governmental Affairs, American Bar AssociationTom Susman, of Washington, is the Director of the American Bar Association's Governmental Affairs Office. He took this position in early 2008 after serving as a partner at the law firm of Ropes & Gray, ...
Craig TurkCraig Turk, of California, is a political consultant and screenwriter. Craig graduated from Harvard College with high honors, pursued graduate studies in politics at Oxford University, and earned his law ...
Erica WilliamsFounder and CEO, EWS StrategiesErica Williams Simon is a Millennial social impact strategist, entrepreneur, and speaker that helps bold changemakers of all kinds make a difference in a rapidly changing world.
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