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Campaign Design Lab

In this interactive training, you’ll join a team to create a campaign live at the summit. You will be guided through a campaign planning simulation, and walk away with the recipe for designing and building groundbreaking new campaigns! After the workshop you may continue by participating in one of several follow-up workshops during the Summit. Build something great and it may even be showcased live from stage on Sunday!

Facilitated by:

  • Ben Simon, Director of Strategic Services at The Mobilisation Lab
  • Michael Silberman, Global Director at The Mobilisation Lab

Campaign Design Lab Regroup

You’ve developed a concept and a campaign design, now it’s time to kick the tires. In this session for Campaign Design Lab participants (and newbies), you’ll develop campaign prototypes. Build something great and it may even be showcased live from stage on Sunday!


  • Ben Simon, Director of Strategic Services at The Mobilisation Lab

How to Get Media Coverage

Join leading reporters and strategists to find out what reporters look for when writing their next story, and the many tricks to landing the next breaking story. Getting media attention is a powerful tool to rally support and influence decision makers – come learn the best way to get reporters to cover you.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Tyler Creighton, Senior Media Associate, ReThink Media
  • Gabriela Schneider, Chief Communications Officer, Issue One
  • Wendell Potter, Author; President and CEO of To Be Fair, Inc.; Founder Of Tarbell

How to Launch a Local Group or Campaign

In this panel for current and aspiring activists, leaders who’ve been there will share tips and challenges for growing grassroots participation. People are more excited than ever to start a grassroots organization, chapter or campaign – but how do you turn initial enthusiasm into lasting effort and tangible accomplishment? Learn how to rally people to your cause, build a diverse coalition, set shared goals, and keep new recruits engaged.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Elizabeth Lindquist, Represent Rockford Chapter Leader and Roscoe Township Trustee
  • Karen Lieberman, Lead Organizer, St. Petersburg Coalition for Campaign Finance Reform
  • Marcus Bass, Campaign Director, Democracy North Carolina
  • Catherine Baer, Chair, Tea Party Network

Nonviolent Direct Action Training

From the founding revolution to abolition, women’s suffrage, and civil rights, no major democratic struggle in American history has been won without the weapon that Martin Luther King Jr. called the “sword that heals:” nonviolent direct action. We believe the fight to unrig our democracy will be no different. Join leaders of Democracy Spring, organizers of the largest single American civil disobedience action of the 21st century, for an introduction to nonviolent direct action. Learn the basics of this strategic field, including core theory, historic examples, essential skills, and actual practice that will empower you to start bringing this tool to bear in your campaigns. Bonus: we bring story and song into our work, so be ready for the feels too!

Confirmed facilitators:

  • Kai Newkirk, Mission Director, Democracy Spring
  • Renaldo Pearson, Deputy Director, Democracy Spring
  • Andrea Perez,National Coordinating Committee, Democracy Spring

Funding Reform: Trends and Challenges in 2018

Join leading foundation officers for a candid discussion. What are the trends in funding for democracy reform? What are the ingredients of a winning grant proposal? How has philanthropy in this field evolved over the last decade, how have funders adjusted to the era of Trump, and what direction to we see for our future? What’s challenging and what’s gratifying about funding across the political spectrum? How does this funding strategy meaningfully change the landscape and set of results that are possible? Please join the conversation and help us build a more robust philanthropic strategy to support reform.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Keesha Gaskins-Nathan, Director, Democratic Practice Program, Rockefeller Brothers Fund
  • Rupa Balasubramanian, Partner, Fundamental Inc.
  • Adam Ambrogi, Program Director, Elections, Democracy Fund
  • Estevan Muñoz-Howard, Program Office, Piper Fund
  • Carmen Lopez-Wilson, Policy Officer, Good Government Reforms, Thornburg Foundation
  • Moderator: Stephen Heintz, President, Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Don’t Shoot Yourself in the Foot: Setting Up City and State Wins

At this panel for activists, join legal and political experts as they share how to avoid common reform pitfalls and make sure your campaign doesn’t make unforced errors.  The establishment doesn’t just roll over when you advocate for reforms: they play dirty and call their steely-eyed lawyers to trip you up. Leave this session prepared to fight more effectively.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Catie Kelley, Director of Policy & State Programs, Campaign Legal Center
  • Paul S. Ryan, Vice President of Policy & Litigation, Common Cause
  • Dan Krassner, Political Director, RepresentUs
  • Viki Harrison, Executive Director, New Mexico Common Cause

Take It To The Voters: Lessons for Winning Ballot Propositions

Learn what it takes to win a ballot proposition first-hand from campaign operatives who’ve fought for and won reforms by going directly to the voters—and find out how to protect successful measures from establishment counterattacks. With DC in gridlock, the states are one of our most potent avenues for unrigging the system.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Sean Nicholson, Spokesman, Clean Missouri
  • Rob Booth, National Field Director, RepresentUs
  • Katie Fahey, President, Voters Not Politicians
  • Desmond Meade, Executive Director, Florida Rights Restoration Coalition
  • Kellie Dupree, Director of Partnerships and Training, Ballot Initiative Strategy Center

Democracy Across America Science Fair

Find out what’s happening on the frontlines of democracy reform in 2018.  In this Science Fair format you’ll Journey across the nation as you walk from region to region, meeting current and planned campaigns and initiatives to Unrig the System.


  • Sean Nicholson, Spokesman, Clean Missouri
  • Marcus Bass, Campaign Director, Democracy North Carolina
  • Alissa Haslam, Executive Director, Win/Win
  • Doug Nickle, Executive Director, Dare to be United
  • Matthew Rothschild, Executive Director, Wisconsin Democracy Campaign
  • Michael Pollack, March on Harrisburg
  • Ellen Chaffee, David Schwalbe, North Dakotans for Public Integrity
  • and many more!

The Fight Against Corruption in Louisiana

Unrig is in New Orleans for a reason, and it isn’t the muffulettas. The state of Louisiana and city of New Orleans are no strangers to corruption – or to citizens fighting back. Join activists and experts from around the Bayou State as they lay out the past, present, and future of the fight for a better democracy, and learn the lessons Louisiana can offer the rest of the country.

Confirmed panelists

  • Matt Bailey, Founder, Fair Districts LA
  • Westley Bayas, Civic and Community Engagement Principal, Magnolia Strategies
  • Rosalind Cook, President, League of Women Voters New Orleans
  • Clancy Dubos, Political Editor/Columnist, Gambit Weekly

The Power of Storytelling

Learn the narrative skills that power winning campaigns from the experts who have organized some of the best. From gaining new recruits to getting press coverage, so much of what we do relies on our ability to tell a compelling story about our work and ourselves.


  • Julian Mocine-McQueen, Founder, Million Person Project

The Power of Storytelling – Audience Messaging

Follow-up workshop to ‘Power of Storytelling.’


  • Julian Mocine-McQueen, Founder, Million Person Project

Democracy Tech Showcase

Don’t run your campaign in the Stone Age. Learn about the best tech, sharpen your analysis and upgrade your toolbox at this fast-paced showcase of civic and political technology. Presented by New Media Ventures, you’ll be introduced to the innovative tools that are powering cutting-edge campaigns and arming voters with information to Unrig the System.


  • Maria Bianchi, Democracy Works, TurboVote
  • Gregory Miller, OSET Foundation, Trust the Vote Project
  • Julie Menter, New Media Ventures
  • Matt Sollars, NYC Campaign Finance Board
  • Edwin Bender, National Institute On Money In State Politics,
  • Mason Harrison, CrowdPac

Digital Skillshare

Looking for tips on how to build your Facebook following? Want to share your latest success story from Thunderclap? Join the digital skillshare to share your expertise with others, or get tips from seasoned experts to bring your digital organizing game to the next level.

Citizen Lobbying 101

Join Issue One’s Meredith McGehee—named a “Top Grassroots Lobbyist” by The Hill ten years running—for a savvy how-to guide on lobbying city councils, county commissions, state and federal legislatures. Designed for novice and intermediate advocates, we’ll look at which tactics actually move legislators, which are a waste of time, and how strategies and tactics are changing in 2018.   

Facilitated By:

  • Meredith McGehee, Executive Director, Issue One

Citizen Lobbying Masterclass

When it comes time to persuade a lawmaker or staffer face-to-face, will you flub your lines or make your case? Join Issue One’s Meredith McGehee – named a “Top Grassroots Lobbyist” by The Hill ten years running – for a personalized lobbying roleplay training session. Participants will be recorded and receive direct feedback in a small group environment.

Facilitated By:

  • Meredith McGehee, Executive Director, Issue One

Fighting Big Money While Running for Office

If you’re running for office, thinking about running for office, supporting a candidate, or just interested in any of the above, come learn about  how candidates can embrace a pro-democracy agenda on the campaign trail. You will learn about how to use the right language, how to raise money, how to run a winning campaign and build the next generation of elected champions who will fight to end the influence of big money.

Facilitated by:

  • David Donnelly, President & CEO, EveryVoice

Building Great Coalitions Across Race and Class Lines

Come discuss best (and worst) practices for working across differences with leaders organizing in communities of color. We need robust, diverse coalitions to win on money in politics and voting reforms, but building cohesive, powerful coalitions across difference is a big challenge. Go back to your community ready to avoid common pitfalls, and build powerful and diverse coalitions united to unrig the system.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Carol Lautier, Partnerships Manager, Demos
  • Charly Carter, Executive Director, Maryland Working Families
  • Dwight Bullard, Political Director, the New Florida Majority; Florida State Senator (D)
  • Nancy Metayer, Climate Justice Organizer, The New Florida Majority
  • Ericka Taylor, Principal, Taylor Consulting and Facilitation

Citizens Draw the Lines

Come hear from three of California’s Citizen Redistricting Commissioners — one Democrat, one Republican, and one Independent — as they run a workshop giving first-hand insight into the Commission’s design and how it worked in practice. Plus, learn from Kathay Feng, director of California Common Cause, about how shehelped build the coalition that made this brave and impactful change to end gerrymandering in our nation’s biggest state. A bipartisan group of advocates and activists used the ballot to take the redistricting process away from the legislature and put it where it belongs: in the hands of the people.  

Confirmed panelists:

  • Kathay Feng, Executive Director, Common Cause California
  • Jodie Filkins Webber, Commissioner, California Citizens Redistricting Commission (R)
  • Cynthia Dai, Commissioner, California Citizens Redistricting Commission (D)
  • Michelle DiGuilio, Commissioner, California Citizens Redistricting Commission (I)

Masterclass: Going in-depth with California’s Redistricting Commission

Calling all activists who want to end gerrymandering in their state or city! In this masterclass, you and a handful of other activists will receive direct training from three of California’s Citizen Redistricting Commissioners — one Democrat, one Republican, and one Independent — and Kathay Feng, National Redistricting Director for Common Cause, on the twists and turns in developing an independent redistricting commission to fix gerrymandering. Adapt these lessons and bring them home! (Please note: You must apply and have been accepted to attend this Masterclass, and must attend the companion Workshop immediately prior to the Master Class).

Confirmed panelists:

  • Kathay Feng, Executive Director, Common Cause California
  • Jodie Filkins Webber, Commissioner, California Citizens Redistricting Commission (R)
  • Cynthia Dai, Commissioner, California Citizens Redistricting Commission (D)
  • Michelle DiGuilio, Commissioner, California Citizens Redistricting Commission (I)

Millennial Roundtable

Millennials have the most to lose — or gain — in the fight for an equitable and responsive democracy. Join us for a candid group conversation on new ideas for fixing our democracy, including how to ensure Millennial candidates prioritize democracy issues, how to build an inclusive democracy movement, and how to amplify the voices of young people amidst a system of big-money politics.

Unrig the System Unconference

It’s time for you to set the agenda! Sunday morning, you’re in charge. Decide where you want to dive deep and collaborate! Submit a session via the Unconference Session Submission Form or join the conversation on the Bulletin and Polls sections of the app to discuss and decide which sessions will win out for Sunday morning’s program.

Reform Across the Aisle

Two Republicans, two Democrats. Two are former electeds, two are currently in the US House — and all are dedicated to bipartisan reform. Hear how the movement for reform across the aisle is growing – and how it’s essential to our future.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Mike Gallagher, United States Representative (R, Wisconsin)
  • Tulsi Gabbard, United States Representative (D, Hawaii)
  • Nina Turner, President, Our Revolution; Former Ohio State Senator (D)
  • Zach Wamp, Co-Chair, Issue One ReFormers Caucus; Former US Representative (R, Tennessee)
  • Moderator: Meredith McGehee, Chief of Policy, Programs and Strategy, Issue One

At Our Whit(ford)’s End With Gerrymandering?

Join the lawyer who argued on behalf of Wisconsin’s voters in the Supreme Court’s recent Gill v. Whitford gerrymandering case and other redistricting experts to find out how the Court might rule, and how to prepare for next steps in each possible scenario. Gill v. Whitford is a potential blockbuster case to decide whether partisan gerrymandering is constitutional — and we expect a decision soon after the Summit.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Paul Smith, Vice President, Litigation and Strategy, Campaign Legal Center
  • Anita Earls, Former Executive Director, Southern Coalition for Social Justice
  • Kathay Feng, Executive Director, Common Cause California
  • Michael Li, Senior Counsel, Brennan Center for Justice
  • Moderator: Justin Levitt, Professor, Loyola Law School

From Russia, with Facebook: Foreign Influence in American Elections

Join leading experts in a discussion on how we can limit the influence of people who are beyond the reach of our laws. The 2016 presidential cycle showed how vulnerable our elections are to foreign influence.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Commissioner Ellen Weintraub, Federal Election Commission
  • Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, Associate Professor of Law, Stetson University College of Law
  • Eric Wang, Fellow, Institute for Free Speech
  • Adav Noti, Senior Director, Trial Litigation & Chief of Staff, Campaign Legal Center
  • Richard Painter, Professor of Law, University of Minnesota Law School; Former White House Ethics Counsel for President George W. Bush
  • Moderator: Scott Greytak, Senior Counsel, RepresentUs

What to Do About Citizens United?

Hear from the best legal minds in the country about how we can fight Citizens United, super PACs, dark money, and more. What are the most promising avenues for legal reform, and where should we be focusing our efforts? What’s the near- and long-term game?

Confirmed panelists:

  • Richard Painter, Professor of Law, University of Minnesota Law School; Former White House Ethics Counsel for President George W. Bush
  • Commissioner Ellen Weintraub, Federal Election Commission
  • David Kolker, Counsel for New Jurisprudence, Campaign Legal Center
  • Michele Jawando, Vice President, Legal Progress, Center for American Progress
  • Jeff Clements, President, American Promise; Former Assistant Attorney General, Massachusetts
  • Moderator: Dan Tokaji, Professor of Law, Ohio State University

Fierce, Independent, and Fighting for You

Come hear from an ethics commissioner, an inspector general, and a public advocate about how they and their agencies strengthen government ethics, transparency, and engagement while fighting fraud, corruption, and abuse. Learn how a watchdog agency could help in your city or state, and be ready to attend the following workshop to set up an ethics commission where you live.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Ann Ravel, Former Chair, Federal Election Commission and California Fair Political Practices Commission
  • Letitia JamesPublic Advocate for the City of New York
  • Stephen Street, Louisiana Inspector General; National President, Association of Inspectors General
  • Moderator-Panelist: Jennifer Rodgers, Executive Director, Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity at Columbia Law School

The Business Perspective: Why U.S. Politics is Failing America

Learn about groundbreaking new research by legendary Harvard Business School Professor Michael Porter and Katherine Gehl, who use classic business analytics to show that gridlock, dysfunction, and favoring special interests is baked into the design of the US political system. Fortunately, these experts recommend proven reforms that can actually unrig the system.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Michael Porter, Harvard Business School; Co-Chair, U.S. Competitiveness Project
  • Katherine Gehl, Former President and CEO, Gehl Foods
  • Moderator: Alan Schwartz, Executive Chairman, Guggenheim Partners

Modern Elections: Engaging, Accessible, and Secure

Join advocates from inside and outside government who are innovating to make our elections engaging, efficient, accessible, and secure. Learn how your advocacy can help bring these changes to scale — from the top to the bottom of the ballot.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Amber McReynolds, Director of Elections, City and County of Denver
  • Natalie Tennant, Manager of State Advocacy, Brennan Center for Justice; Former West Virginia Secretary of State
  • Seth Flaxman, Founder & Executive Director, Democracy Works, TurboVote
  • Jen Tolentino, Director of Policy & Civic Tech, Rock the Vote
  • Moderator-Panelist: Tiana Epps-Johnson, Founder and Executive Director, Center for Technology & Civic Life

Criminal Justice Reform in Louisiana

The criminal justice system in the United States is broken. Join a panel of Louisiana activists to learn about the issue and how conservatives, independents, and liberals from across the state came together in 2017 to pass a landmark criminal justice reform package.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Nia Weeks, Director of Policy & Advocacy, Women With A Vision
  • Norris Henderson, Executive Director, Voice of The Experienced
  • Daniel Erspamer, CEO, Pelican Institute for Public Policy

Unrigging Local Politics: What to Do and How to Do It

Ready to demand accountability and shine a light on corruption in your community? Confused about what to do first and how to do it? City Ethics Founder and former Harvard Ethics Fellow (E. J. Safra Center) Carla Miller will help you develop an action plan to end corruption at the local level. From mobilizing citizens to creating ethics commissions to passing legal codes, this hands-on workshop will give you the tools to help you unrig the system in your city.  Come learn; come share, come help!

Confirmed panelists:

  • Carla Miller, Founder, City Ethics, former Harvard Ethics Fellow (E. J. Safra Center)

A Presidential Election for Everyone

The Electoral College means your vote for President only matters if you live in one of eight battleground states — and majority rule only happens some of the time. Ready to change this outdated system? We’ll discuss the cross-partisan progress of the National Popular Vote Compact, Professor Lessig’s Equal Citizens project, and more. Progress is further along than you may think.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Lawrence Lessig, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School; Founder, Equal Citizens
  • Pat Rosenstiel, Senior Consultant, National Popular Vote
  • Maggie Brennan, Making Every Vote Count
  • Moderator: John Kowal, Vice President for Programs, Brennan Center for Justice

Know Your Audience: a Chat with the Pollsters

Planning a campaign and wonder whether you’ll need polling? Want to know how to reach a specific audience? This is the session for you. Learn from top messaging experts in the democracy reform field, with an inside scoop on how to make your case to voters, the media, and more.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Ginna Green, Managing Director, Democracy Collaborative at ReThink Media
  • Adam Goodman, President, the Victory Group
  • Kevin Akins, Vice President, ALG Research
  • Molly O’Shaughnessy, Principal, EMC Research
  • Moderator: Tiffany Muller, President and Executive Director, End Citizens United

Putting Small Donors in Charge

Come learn about how small donors programs across the country are helping candidates swear off big money. Think big money has too much power in our elections? There’s something you can do about it. Small donor systems boost the power of everyday contributors, and they cost a fraction of a city or state’s budget. If you’re ready to move politics from fancy dinners to community fundraisers, come learn about the different types of programs, how they’re working to empower small donors, and how you can create one in your area.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Tam Doan, Research & Policy Director, Every Voice Center
  • Estevan Muñoz-Howard, Program Officer, Piper Fund
  • Letitia James, Public Advocate for the City of New York
  • David Jolly, Former US Representative (R, Florida)
  • Moderator: Alex Kaplan, Policy Director, RepresentUs

Open and Competitive Elections

Learn how to shatter the barriers independent candidates face, end the spoiler effect, get more quality candidates running, and make everyone’s vote count. 93% of congressional elections aren’t competitive. 35% of legislative races have only one candidate running. More Americans today identify as independent, but it’s near impossible to win outside the two major parties. In short, our election system is stacked against new voices and more choices.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Anita Earls, Former Executive Director, Southern Coalition for Social Justice
  • Rob Richie, Executive Director, FairVote
  • Jessie Fields, National Spokesperson, Open Primaries
  • Didi Kuo, Academic Research & Program Manager, Stanford University Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law
  • Moderator: Kristin Eberhard, Senior Researcher, Sightline Institute

From Charlottesville to Campaign Cash: How Money in Politics Drives Racial and Class Inequity

From Charlottesville to Kaepernick to ICE raids, the current political climate has put white supremacy and racial equity at the center of our national dialogue. What does this have to do with money in politics? Come hear from experts and activists working across the country to break down systems that keep racial and class bias running — and replace them with inclusive democracy.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Valerie Ervin, Senior Adviser, Working Families Party
  • David McDougal, South Florida Regional Director, New Florida Majority
  • Analilia Mejia, Executive Director, New Jersey Working Families Alliance
  • Dexter Williams, Ward 7 Chair, DC Fair Elections Coalition
  • Moderator: Emmanuel Caicedo, Senior Campaign Strategist, Demos

There’s Got to Be a Better Way to Vote

Tired of “vote for one, and only one”? So are most voters. But what’s the alternative? We’ll discuss and debate the strengths and weaknesses of proven and new voting systems, including Ranked Choice, Approval, Range, and STAR, and explore how the laboratory of democracy is helping us find the best way forward.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Jennifer Pae, Director, FairVote California
  • Mark Frohnmayer, Founder, Equal.Vote
  • Aaron Hamlin, Executive Director, Center for Election Science
  • Moderator: Chad Peace, President, IVC Media, Attorney for Independent Voter Project

Corporate Power and Political Money

Join us for a panel about how to push companies to disclose or change their political actions, and learn why some companies go good. Corporations have tremendous influence on society and politics. As corporate special interests funnel secret money into elections and lobbying, it’s up to you — the consumer — to hold them accountable.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Wendy Fields, Executive Director of the Democracy Initiative
  • Richard Eidlin, Senior Fellow, Future 500
  • Bruce Freed, President, Center for Political Accountability
  • Moderator-Panelist: Lisa Gilbert, Vice President of Legislative Affairs, Public Citizen

The Fight for the Right to Vote

Come hear from the experts and activists who are leading the way to make the ballot box secure, fair, and free. The right to vote is the cornerstone of our political system, but it’s too often harder to exercise your right than it should be — or even downright impossible. We’ll hear the latest on exciting reforms from the front lines, from voter restoration to modernizing how we vote. Then we’ll survey the fights to enhance and protect the right to vote around the country so you can pitch in from near or far (or even start your own).

Confirmed panelists:

  • Thomas A. Saenz, President and General Counsel, MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund)
  • Marcia Johnson-Blanco, Co-Director, Voting Rights Project, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law
  • Desmond Meade, Executive Director, Florida Rights Restoration Coalition
  • Moderator-Panelist: Myrna Pérez, Deputy Director, Brennan Center for Justice

The Next Constitutional Amendment?

You’ve heard about the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision –money as speech, and unlimited election spending — and you may have heard about the fight to build a constitutional amendment to fix those problems. With these efforts heating up, panelists will survey the reform landscape, dig into where we agree and disagree, and emerge with more collaboration and a clearer road ahead.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Jasmine Gomez, Democracy Honors Fellow, Free Speech for People
  • Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap, National Director, Move to Amend
  • Ben Gubits, Associate Director, American Promise
  • Mike Monetta, Director of Organizing, Wolf PAC
  • David Burke, President of Citizens Take Action
  • Moderator: Cenk Uygur, CEO, Founder & Host at TYT Network

Will Data Doom or Save Democracy?

Come hear how data is dramatically helping and hurting democracy, and how you can take control of yours to help fix our politics. If you haven’t thought about how big data affects democracy, it’s high time — because pollsters, advertisers, political operatives, and foreign governments already have. And we’ve got some data that says that this panel’s internet, disclosure, privacy, and communications experts may just blow your mind.

Confirmed panelists:

  • Sheila Krumholz, Executive Director, Center for Responsive Politics
  • Ben Scott, Senior Advisor, Open Technology Institute at New America Foundation
  • Shahid Buttar, Director of Grassroots Advocacy, Electronic Frontier Foundation
  • Moderator-Panelist: Larry Noble, Senior Director & General Counsel, Campaign Legal Center