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Garrett M. Graff, the board chair of the National Conference on Citizenship, is a distinguished magazine journalist and historian and has spent more than a dozen years covering politics, technology, and national security. Today, he serves as the director of…

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Michael Weiser was elected chairman of the National Conference on Citizenship in January, 2008. An investor and writer, Mr. Weiser is a frequent commentator on issues relating to finance, citizenship and community–building for The Washington Times, Miami Herald, Chicago Tribune,…

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Barry Byrd is a partner at the law firm of Pineiro Byrd PLLC, in Jupiter, Florida, specializing and Board Certified in real estate law. Barry is a graduate of Stetson University and the Stetson College of Law. He has practiced…

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Dr. Lattie Coor founded the Center for the Future of Arizona in 2002 with the goal of creating an Arizona in which there are opportunities and quality of life for all citizens, now and in the future. Under his direction,…

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Phil Duncan serves on the Falls Church, Virginia, City Council and is President of Civicatalyst Communications, a consulting firm focusing on civic participation and education. A native of East Tennessee, Phil is a graduate of Davidson College, where he edited…

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Paula Ellis, a former Knight Foundation officer, senior publishing executive and journalist, has long been a leader in journalism innovation and community engagement. She has decades- long experience in the for-profit, nonprofit and government sectors. As vice president for strategic…

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Eric K. Federing, of Maryland, serves as Honorary Director of the National Japanese American Memorial Foundation, which is focused on Washington, DC’s National Japanese American Memorial to Patriotism in World War II. Federing was a Director of the Foundation from…

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One of the most accomplished politicians in Florida’s history, Bob Graham never lost an election for office in more than four decades of public service at the local, state and national level. As first a state legislator, then governor and…

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Gail Leftwich Kitch, a lapsed lawyer with a degree from the University of Chicago was most recently, until retiring the end of 2017, a nonprofit administrator in Washington, DC, where she served as Executive Vice President, Communications and Finance, at…

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A. G. Newmyer III, known as “Terry,” is an active investor and management consultant. He was founder of U. S. Fiduciary Advisors, a network of highly-trained individuals who serve as fiduciaries, and runs the firm’s Palm Beach office. For two…

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