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Meet the people who make it all happen!
Terry Blatt At-Large Trustee
Janice Bobbie Director of Communications
Chloe Brown Education Chair
David Cunningham EDA President and Chair of Research
Jacelyn Eckman Chair of Advocacy
Tracy Edmonds Director of IT
Patti Ellis Chief of Staff
Betsy Gasek Mediation Body
Grant Grover Director of State Legislation for Resource Democracy