Dani Isaacsohn, Board Chair
Dani Isaacsohn is the founder and CEO of a mission driven startup, Bridgeable, that aims to catalyze civic engagement by organizing real conversations between local decision makers and the communities that they serve. Read More.
Michelle Mendez is a Training and Legal Support Senior Attorney and the manager of the new Defending Vulnerable Populations Project at Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC). Read More.
Elora Mukherjee is an Associate Clinical Professor of Law at Columbia Law School. Mukherjee is director of the Law School’s Immigrants’ Rights Clinic, which provides high-quality legal representation to both immigrant children and adults. Read More.
Lia Parada is the director of Government Affairs at Center for American Progress, where she focuses on women’s economic security and reproductive health, race and ethnicity, immigration, and criminal justice. Read More.
Swapna Reddy is co-founder and co-director of ASAP, a 2017 Echoing Green Fellow, and a 2016 Equal Justice Works Emerson Fellow. Prior to law school, she conducted technical and empirical research… Read More.
Michael J. Wishnie is William O. Douglas Clinical Professor of Law and Counselor to the Dean at Yale Law School. Professor Wishnie’s teaching, scholarship, and law practice have focused on immigration, labor and employment… Read More.