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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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    Antonio Ginatta
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    Policy Director at Columbia Legal Services, a Washington state legal impact advocacy organization that works to dismantle the structures that perpetuate poverty and injustice.  

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    Anthony Chavez
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    Andrew Perlman
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    I have written about how law schools and the profession can accelerate changes that improve how legal services are delivered and accessed.  I am especially interested in regulatory issues concerning the delivery of legal services and information.

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    April Faith-Slaker
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    Researcher and access to justice enthusiast, working at the Access to Justice Lab located at Harvard Law School.

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    Ariel Clemmer
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    Athena Fan
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    Inaugural American Bar Association NextGen Fellow 2017-18. Tweet at me @AthenaFanLT.

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    Atieno Odhiambo
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    Aurora Martin
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    Founder of PopUpJustice and IthinkSAM. Former Executive Director of Columbia Legal Services, a statewide nonprofit civil legal aid program in Washington State.

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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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    bhav9mhpl8
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    Brianna Voigt
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    Blake Slonecker
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    Bonnie Allen
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    Bonnie Allen became executive director of Chicago Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights in December 2015. Prior to joining Chicago Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights, Bonnie was the principal of Choose-Change, a consulting practice focused on strategic planning, fundraising, and leadership development. Her clients included the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law, Legal Council for Health Justice, the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty, and the Florida Bar Foundation. Previously, Bonnie served as development director at the Mississippi Center for Justice, executive director of the Center for Law and Renewal at the Fetzer Institute, co-director of the Project for the Future of Equal Justice at the National Legal Aid and Defender Association, and director of the ABA Center for Pro Bono. A graduate of Rhodes College and the University of Florida College of Law, Bonnie started her legal career as an appellate court law clerk in Florida and practiced civil litigation in Tampa. Bonnie left private practice in 1993 to follow her passion – formed out of her experiences growing up in the segregated South - to pursue a career in social justice law. Bonnie taught ethics and professional responsibility at the University of Maryland School of Law, and has published numerous journal articles on the topics of community lawyering, leadership, and ethics. Bonnie also holds a Master’s Degree in Theological Studies from Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, and she serves on the board of the Center for Courage and Renewal.

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    Briana Stone
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    I am a former civil rights litigator now working on public policy in Texas, mostly related to access to justice and language access in courts. That said, I am interested in all the important work that all of you are doing and look forward to connecting with other scholars and advocates here.

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    Carol Ashley
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    Carol Ashley is a civil rights attorney and serves as the Enforcement Director, Office of Civil Rights - U.S. Department of Education.

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