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Pam Grissom (Tucson) is the Chairperson of the Board and one of the founders of Arizona List.
Bonnie Gibson has represented major global corporations, health care institutions and public agencies in employment law and business immigration matters for over thirty years, practicing both in San Francisco and Phoenix.
Jessica Brandt (Tucson) has her bachelors in Psychology from the U of A and her Masters in Social Work from ASU.
Renee Morton (Tucson) is a Tucson business woman who owns and operates Homestyle Galleries, Southern Arizona’s largest consignment with- new furniture showrooms.
Andrea Gerlak (Tucson) is the Director of Academic Development for the International Studies Association and Environmental Policy Faculty Associate with the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy at the University of Arizona.
Harriet Young (Flagstaff) holds a Ph.D. in Political Science from Rice University. As a retired professor of Northern Arizona University’s Political Science Department, Harriet is a dedicated activist and Democrat within her community.
Kellye Trickett Serrano (Phoenix) was born and raised in Douglas, Arizona in a family of all girls. Her Marine father instilled in his daughters the notion that they could do anything they set their minds to.
Bridget Riceci worked in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors as a business executive and a social worker while also serving as a community volunteer in political and public health endeavors.
Charlene Mendoza is a native Tucsonan who is the Principal and a teacher at Arizona College Prep Academy, a public charter high school.
Madeleine Wachter has been a women’s rights activist in Arizona for over 35 years.
Dr. Yvette Jackson is the Assistant Executive Director for Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health in Arizona. She attended the University of Arizona and Arizona State University.
Gloria Montaño Greene’s experience is focused in government and community work, her expertise includes federal policy, politics, advocacy, intergovernmental relations, communications, and management. She is originally from rural Arizona, worked a decade in Washington, D.C. and has returned to her native Arizona.
Luis Heredia works as a senior congressional staffer and currently represents Arizona on the Democratic National Committee.