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Eric is a Navy veteran, attorney, and the founder of Veterans for Political Innovation - a national, nonprofit community of veterans mobilizing in support of nonpartisan election innovations. VPI's mission is to make politics less toxic and government more effective through real competition in every November election.
Paul is an American writer, social entrepreneur, activist, and veteran of the United States Army and the Iraq War. He is the president of Righteous Media Inc and the host of the Independent Americans podcast. Prior to that, he was the founder, CEO and executive director of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America .
Yiatin is President and cofounder of Asian Wave Alliance, a nonpartisan citywide political club and PLACE NYC, a parent-led education advocacy group. Yiatin was appointed by the former City Council Speaker to serve on the Specialized High School Task Force and was awarded the Unsung Shero Award in 2020 for her education advocacy.
Ashish Prashar is the former Global CMO at R/GA, a former political press secretary, campaigner and writer – but since being incarcerated as a teenager, his true life’s work has been as a vocal justice reform advocate. He’s campaigned and handled comms for Obama, Biden, and the Democratic Party. Ashish has developed programs for formerly incarcerated people, including youth mentorship programs in London and NYC. He advocated, campaigned for – and often helped write – legislation including bail reform, ending solitary confinement, clean slate, and voting rights restoration.
Danielle was an original organizer of the Women's March on Washington and is the founder of SheNYC Arts, a nonprofit that fights for gender equity on Broadway. In addition to her political work, she has worked on nearly two dozen Broadway shows.
"Final Five voting creates an open primary where the top five winners move onto the general and then the general is decided by rank choice voting is the gold standard in election reform. They just adopted it in Alaska, we can do it in New York!"
-Rep. Robert Carroll
NYS Assemblymember for the 44th District
"Politicians want to solve problems, they want to work across the aisle, but upon arrival they are told that they must fight in the trenches and avoid fraternizing with the enemy. They hate it, Americans hate it, and nobody wins. Final Five Voting can change that."
Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University Stern School of Business and author.
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