Dominique Bravo is the Executive Director of Pathways2Apprenticeship, a nonprofit assisting individuals from low-income communities find apprenticeships in the union construction industry in New York. She is a co-producer of the documentary film project Free for All: Inside the Public Library, and was counsel and an advisory board member for Chicken & Egg Pictures. She is co-founder of and now serve as general counsel for Cumbe: Center for African and Diaspora Dance, and has served on the board of numerous Brooklyn-based nonprofits. Previously, she was the general counsel of the American Federation of Television and Artists.
Kathleen Clark is a Law Professor at Washington University in St. Louis. She is a leading expert on government and legal ethics and serves on the D.C. Bar Rules of Professional Conduct Review Committee. She teaches and has written extensively about ethics standards for current and former government officials and government contractors as well as the law of whistleblowing. She is the Associate Reporter for the American Law Institute’s Principles of Government Ethics, drafting a treatise on anti-corruption standards.
Caroline Fredrickson is President of the American Constitution Society, which helps shape debate on important legal and constitutional issues through development and promotion of high impact ideas, and builds a network of lawyers, law students, judges and policymakers dedicated to those ideas. She previously served as the director of the ACLU’s Washington legislative office and as general counsel to NARAL Pro-Choice America. She was chief of staff to Sen. Maria Cantwell and deputy chief of staff to then-Senate-Democratic Leader Tom Daschle. She is the author of the book Under the Bus: How Working Women Are Being Run Over.
Kyle Herrig is a Director at the New Venture Fund, where he oversees research and strategic communications for a variety of social justice and environmental projects. Previously, he served as an attorney both in the philanthropic sector and in private practice.