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    Daniel Eric Sandoval
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    Technical Co-Founder of SAM. Human Experience Designer. Working to end the access to justice gap.

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    Amanda Almeda
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    Berkeley Law student

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    Andrew Kashyap
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    Andrew Kashyap is a Senior Attorney at Legal Voice, a progressive feminist organization using the power of the law to make change in the Northwest.

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    Anne Erickson
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    Anne Erickson is the President and CEO of Empire Justice Center.  She has been with Empire Justice since 1989, starting out as a policy analyst and legislative coordinator. Anne has overseen the transformation of the organization, guiding its merger with the Public Interest Law Office of Rochester, expanding its White Plains office and opening a new office on Long Island. She has put together a solid management team and has strategically combined the two organizations, aligning staff into five major practice groups: Consumer, Housing, C.A.S.H. and Community Development; Civil Rights, Education and Employment; Disability Benefits; Immigrants and Immigrant Rights; and Public Benefits, Health and Family.

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    Anne Keeney
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    Seattle Housing Authority, Employment and Economic Advancement.

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    Anne Paxton
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    Anne Paxton is  director of ProForum, the educational non-profit that  sponsors the Social Justice Film Festival, and a staff attorney at the Unemployment Law Project, a legal aid organization. Anne has helped produce films of social conscience since 2005 with a special emphasis on human rights. Causes include prisoner literacy (Books to Prisoners), cleft palate surgery in Guatemala (Hearts in Motion), the boycott/divestment/sanctions campaign in support of Palestine (Pressure Points), sustainability curriculum (Facing the Future), and Basic Health Care (Northwest  Health Law Advocates).

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    Anne Price
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    Anne Price is President of Insight Center, a national research and economic justice organization working to ensure that all people become and remain economically secure. Anne has spent over 20 years working in the public sector on issues including child welfare, hunger, welfare reform, workforce development, community development, and higher education. Since 2011, Anne has led the Closing the Racial Wealth Gap initiative at the Insight Center, elevating the voices and opinions of experts of color in national economic debates and policy making. Her tireless work has brought the issue of the racial wealth gap into mainstream consciousness and vernacular with an explosion of media coverage of the data and research quantifying racial differences in wealth accumulation.

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    BG Nabors Glass
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    BG Nabors Glass is the Vice President of Job Training and Education at Seattle Goodwill Industries. As a workforce development program, Goodwill Industries works with low-income people throughout the Puget Sound area and across three counties in Washington State.  Serving thousands of people through job training centers, retail stores, and donation sites, Goodwill is transforming lives through workforce development.

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    Becky Gould
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    Becky Gould is the Executive Director of Nebraska Appleseed, a nonprofit organization that fights for justice and opportunity for all Nebraskans. We take a systemic approach to complex issues – such as child welfare, immigration policy, affordable healthcare and poverty – and we take our work wherever we believe we can do the most good, whether that’s at the courthouse, in the statehouse or in the community.

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    Bernardo Cruz
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    Bernardo Cruz is a staff attorney at Columbia Legal Services, focused on advocacy on behalf of low wage workers especially immigrants and farm workers.

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    Claudia Johnson
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    With a background on quantitative public policy and analysis and health care management--Claudia brings to online form projects and technology an empirical management perspective. With scarce resources in the realm of civil legal aid, she believes it is important to allocate resources based on real metrics, and verified best practices. She has supported multiple evaluations of document assembly projects in the area of online forms and technology, and also legal services delivery, including helpline project evaluations. Claudia is the Program Manager at LawHelp Interactive, and as such works to support over 500 organizations creating and promoting online forms to close the Justice Gap. In this capacity she works to identify and share best practices, and promotes sharing and collaboration between courts and legal aid, as well as by designing technology platforms and trainings that promote collaboration. This includes sharing about evaluation strategies and techniques of remote/online tools and services.

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    David Morales
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    farmworker; Title VII, Discrimination, sexual harassment Jury/Juries; Diversity, Venire, Source Selection, Sampling, GIS, Math Housing; Fair Housing, FHA, Title VIII, WLAD,

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    Genevieve Mann
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    Genevieve Mann is Assistant Professor at Gonzaga University School of Law where she teaches and is the Director of the Elder Law Clinic. She also directs the Thomas More Scholarship Program. Prior to joining the faculty full-time, Professor Mann was an adjunct for eight years while in private practice. She was the Managing Attorney at the Unemployment Law Project in Spokane from June 2012-June 2014. Prior to that, she worked for Powell, Kuznetz & Parker, representing employees in cases involving discrimination, wrongful termination, harassment and retaliation. She has also practiced in the areas of family and housing law in private practice and with the Northwest Justice Project. Professor Mann is admitted to practice in Washington State and in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington. Prior to law school, Prof. Mann received a Master of Social Work from Boston College. She was trained in general mediation as well as transformative mediation. She worked as a child welfare mediator and adoption social worker.

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    Joe Morrison
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    Attorney, Columbia Legal Services

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    Julie Schaffer
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    Julie Schaffer is the Assistant Director of Gonzaga School of Law's Center for Law in Public Service and Staff Attorney for the Moderate Means Program.

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    Kevin Herrera
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    Kevin Herrera, is a Staff Attorney for the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty.  He is with the Legal Impact Network Program of the Center and supports this growing action network of antipoverty organizations across the country. A graduate of New York University School of Law, where he was a Latinx Rights Scholar, Kevin previously worked at the Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid, where he represented farmworkers in employment litigation in federal courts in Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, and he served as a law clerk for the Hon. Magistrate Judge Maria Valdez (U.S. District Court, Northern District of Illinois). During law school, Kevin held internships with the U.S. Department of Justice (Civil Rights Division), and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. Kevin also holds and M.A. in International Affairs from the University of Georgia and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Minnesota with a B.A. in Political Science and Chicano Studies.

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    Lori Isley
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    Attorney with Columbia Legal Services - Yakima since 1991.

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    Radha Friedman
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    I am passionate about the rights of women and girls, and have spent nearly two decades working on four continents to help strengthen women's access to land, funding, and justice. I currently work with the World Justice Project where I bring together unlikely collaborators and help fund and pilot their ideas to improve justice in their communities. We have supported 91 projects in 61 countries, and our research shows that the most successful projects involve multidisciplinary collaboration, so we are seeking funds to do more!

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    Relational Poverty Network
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    The Relational Poverty Network (RPN) convenes an international community of scholars, teachers, policy makers and activists working within and beyond academia, to develop conceptual frameworks, research methodologies, and pedagogies. Relational poverty i) shifts from thinking about ‘the poor and poor others’ to relationships of power and privilege, ii) works across boundaries to foster a transnational, comparative and interdisciplinary approach to poverty research, iii) involves multidirectional theory building that incorporates marginalized voices to build innovative concepts for poverty research.

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