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Lori Shellenberger, Secretary

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Lori Shellenberger is an election reform and voting rights strategist who consults on state and national campaigns to build a more inclusive and representative democracy.

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Shellenberger was director of the ACLU of California's Voting Rights Project from 2011 to 2017, where she spearheaded integrated legal, policy, and organizing strategies to re-enfranchise people stripped of their voting rights because of a criminal conviction; advocate for compliance with state and federal voting rights laws; and advance legislation and implementation to build an infrastructure for voter registration at public assistance agencies, offices serving people with disabilities, Covered California, and the Department of Motor Vehicles.


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Mark Greenberg, Board Chair

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Mark Greenberg is the San Diego Chapter Director of the American Technion Society, the "friends of" organization providing support for the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, in Haifa.  Mark has spent his entire professional career in the non-profit sector from setting up an Immigration program focusing on domestic violence survivors at ACCESS, Inc., and later as a development professional with the United Jewish Federation, Community Resource Center, and Alzheimer's Association. 

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Mark received his B.A. in History from the American University in Washington, DC and J.D from California Western School of Law.  Outside of work and PANA, Mark enjoys sports, including playing in the same softball league in Ocean Beach for over 25 years and participating in several fantasy baseball leagues. 


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Nathan Fletcher, Director

Bio

Nathan Fletcher is a Marine Corps combat veteran, former California State Assemblyman and Professor of Practice in Political Science at the University of California.  

As an elected member of the California State Assembly Fletcher served as Chair of the Assembly Committee on Jobs in the New Economy and is the author of the landmark public safety legislation “Chelsea’s Law”.  In his time in office, he passed and had signed into law more than 30 bills, addressing issues including tax reform, healthcare, homelessness, veterans, job creation, public safety and more. He was also a leading advocate of the repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.’

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Fletcher is an Ironman Triathlete and avid outdoorsman who enjoys surfing and alpine mountaineering/glacier climbing.  He lives with his wife, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez and their four children in San Diego, California.