Senator - Dianne Feinstein

As California’s senior Senator, Dianne Feinstein has built a reputation as an independent voice, working hard to find commonsense solutions to problems facing California and the nation. Since her election to the Senate in 1992, Senator Feinstein has built a significant record of legislative achievement across a wide range of issues. In 2017, Senator Feinstein became the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee—the first woman to assume that role—where she helps shape policy on criminal law, national security, immigration, civil rights and the courts. Senator Feinstein was also the first woman to chair the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence—a position she held for six years beginning in 2009.

Website: https://www.feinstein.senate.gov/

Blogger - Mike "Mish" Shedlock

Mike writes articles on a variety of subjects. He recently wrote one talking about the Shift in Gun Control Sentiment; Baby Boomers are out. He’s really hyped about the subject.

Website: https://www.themaven.net/mishtalk/economics/gun-sentiment-shift-in-pictures-vJ9Z0XzeVkOjVJyL_Mz2-g/

Aurora Theater Shooting Survivor - Dylan Boxer

Dylan Boxer is a Denver, CO resident and survivor of the horrific Aurora theater shooting. He now uses his experiences to travel and talk about that night; spreading a message of hope and life in the face of death and despair.

Website: https://arapahoenews.com/14380/opinion/rise-above-the-life-of-a-survivor/

Former VP of Human Resources - Tanique Wright

Tanique Wright, a Vice President at Professional Bull Riders (PBR) in Pueblo, Colorado, whose parent company is William Morris Endeavor, (WME), was recently fired after speaking out regarding unfair treatment and pay disparities at the company. Wright is pursuing a lawsuit against the company and has received a right-to-sue letter from the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC) after raising irrefutable evidence of gender pay discrimination.  By her account, Wright endured a hostile work environment of racism and humiliation but continue to do her job as a dutiful employee. She just wants WME & PBR to make things right.

Pay Equity Consultant - Katie Donovan

Katie Donovan is a pay equity consultant and speaker. Her company, Equal Pay Negotiations LLC, is dedicated to achieving equal pay by consulting for all the stakeholders: employees, employers, and policy makers. The consulting with individuals is to negotiate their pay and benefits. The consulting with employers and policy makers is to eliminate the unintended biases in the hiring, promotion, and review processes. Ms. Donovan’s involvement on the women’s economic equality issues goes beyond her work. Ms. Donovan is a founding and steering committee member of the MA Equal Pay Coalition and a co-president of the MA branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW). She innovated banning salary history questions to close the gender pay gap.

Website: https://equalpaynegotiations.com/

Retired Federal Judge - H. Lee Sarokin

Judge Sarokin (89 years old) is a retired U.S. district judge and U.S. appeals court judge. Sarokin served as a district judge in New Jersey for 15 years and served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit from 1994 until 1996. Born on November 25th, 1928 in Perth Amboy, New Jersey and raised in Maplewood, New Jersey, Judge Sarokin earned a bachelor's degree from Dartmouth College and a law degree from Harvard Law School. In 1985, Sarokin famously overturned the 1967 triple murder conviction of middleweight boxer Rubin Carter. Sarokin had ruled that Carter had not received a fair trial. Judge Sarokin has authored over 2,000 written opinions. Settled approximately 3,000 cases. Presided over more than 1,000 cases involving all types of federal and diversity jurisdiction issues.  He is also a major Contributor to Huffington Post.

Retired Federal Judge - H. Lee Sarokin

Judge Sarokin (89 years old) is a retired U.S. district judge and U.S. appeals court judge. Sarokin served as a district judge in New Jersey for 15 years and served on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit from 1994 until 1996. Born on November 25th, 1928 in Perth Amboy, New Jersey and raised in Maplewood, New Jersey, Judge Sarokin earned a bachelor's degree from Dartmouth College and a law degree from Harvard Law School. In 1985, Sarokin famously overturned the 1967 triple murder conviction of middleweight boxer Rubin Carter. Sarokin had ruled that Carter had not received a fair trial. Judge Sarokin has authored over 2,000 written opinions. Settled approximately 3,000 cases. Presided over more than 1,000 cases involving all types of federal and diversity jurisdiction issues.  He is also a major Contributor to Huffington Post.

Congressman - Hank Johnson

Now in the midst of his sixth term in the U.S. House of Representatives from Georgia’s Fourth Congressional District, Congressman Hank Johnson has distinguished himself as a substantive, effective lawmaker and a leading national progressive voice. Named one of the most effective Democrats in Congress by a University of Virginia and University of Vanderbilt study, Rep. Johnson has proven his ability to get things done. From his seat on the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Johnson has introduced, co-sponsored and passed legislation to level the playing field for everyday Americans. Prior to taking his seat in Congress in 2006, Rep. Johnson practiced criminal defense law in Georgia for twenty-seven years.

Website: https://hankjohnson.house.gov/

Forensics Civil/Criminal Investigator - Paul J. Ciolino

Paul Ciolino is a lifelong resident of Chicago. He was the first and only expert in Homicide Investigation hired by 48 Hours, and CBS News, as an on air personality. Over the past 25 years, he has appeared in hundreds of news program on every major cable and television network in both the United States and Canada. His shows on CBS’s 48 Hours averaged 6.5 million viewers per episode. Paul operated as a licensed private investigator in Illinois, Louisiana, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Florida over the course of a thirty five year career, during which he investigated hundreds of murders and other violent felonies. Some of his investigations assisted in the historic emptying of the Illinois death row population in 2003.

Website: https://www.pjcinvestigations.com/

Congressman - Dwight Evans

Congressman Dwight Evans has dedicated his life to the cause of urban renewal, working tirelessly to provide economic and educational opportunity to those who too often live in the shadows, the poor and underserved. In 1980, at the age of 26, Congressman Evans was first elected State Representative from the 203rd Legislative District. Far from being a “go-along-get-along” legislator, over the course of 36 years in the Pennsylvania Legislature, he earned a reputation as a pragmatic leader who knows how to put public policy above politics. One of Congressman Evans proudest achievements has been his work to combat hunger and increase access to quality foods in underserved communities.

Websites: https://evans.house.govhttp://www.dwightevans.com/

Congresswoman - Eleanor Holmes Norton

Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, now in her fourteenth term as the Congresswoman for the District of Columbia, is the Ranking Member of the House Subcommittee on Highways and Transit. She serves on two committees: The Committee on Oversight and Government Reform and the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. She is a non-voting Delegate to the United States House of Representatives. Before her congressional service, President Jimmy Carter appointed her to serve as the first woman to chair the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The Congresswoman's work for full congressional voting representation and for full democracy for the people of the District of Columbia continues her lifelong struggle for universal human and civil rights.

Website: https://norton.house.gov

Former VP of Human Resources - Tanique Wright

Tanique Wright, a Vice President at Professional Bull Riders (PBR) in Pueblo, Colorado, whose parent company is William Morris Endeavor, (WME), was recently fired after speaking out regarding unfair treatment and pay disparities at the company. Wright is pursuing a lawsuit against the company and has received a right-to-sue letter from the Equal Opportunity Employment Commission (EEOC) after raising irrefutable evidence of gender pay discrimination.  By her account, Wright endured a hostile work environment of racism and humiliation but continue to do her job as a dutiful employee. She just wants WME & PBR to make things right.

Sr. Staff Attorney - Jessica Stender

Jessica Stender is Senior Counsel for the Workplace Justice & Public Policy at Equal Rights Advocates (ERA). She joined ERA in September 2015. She leads ERA’s Women at Work Initiative by supporting and developing ERA’s litigation and other gender justice-related advocacy work, with a focus on employment-related cases, and serving as ERA’s policy lead. She serves as Vice Chair of the Women’s Rights Committee of the American Bar Association Section on Civil Rights and Social Justice, Co-Chair of the Policy Committee of the National Taskforce on Tradeswomen Issues, and as a member of the Policy Committee of the national "Equal Pay Today!" campaign.

Website: EQUALRIGHTS.ORG

Founder of PayCheck - Ian Reis

Ian Reis, works as a Technical Architect for the Washington Post. He has 15+ years of experience as a Software Engineer, Ian has always had his eye on making the future better with software. He first got his start in the United States Air Force while stationed at the Pentagon. He then went on to work at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). He then joined Social Tables, an up and coming meetings and events startup in D.C. It was there that he and a fellow coworker came up with the idea of PayCheck, an online platform, for employees to share salary information with one another in order to address pay inequality.

Website: https://www.paycheck.fyi/

Congressman - A. Donald McEachin

Congressman A. Donald McEachin was elected to represent the 4th Congressional District of Virginia in the United States House of Representatives on November 8, 2016. Thus far in Congress, McEachin has been elected to serve as co-president of the Freshman class, appointed as Regional Whip, and serves as a member of the Leader’s Environmental Messaging Team. Prior to his service in Congress, Mr. McEachin served as a legislator in Virginia’s General Assembly for most of the last twenty years. Throughout his time as a public servant, he fought to protect our most vulnerable citizens — dedicating to defending the rights of all Virginians and improving their lives.

Website: https://mceachin.house.gov/

We take a deeper look into the case of the members of IRP Solutions and the betrayal that took place within the group. Listen to how the family members of the group feel about this situation and gain a more in-depth understanding of the IRP case.

We take a deeper look into the case of the members of IRP Solutions and the betrayal that took place within the group. Listen to how the family members of the group feel about this situation and gain a more in-depth understanding of the IRP case.

We take a deeper look into the case of the members of IRP Solutions and the betrayal that took place within the group. Listen to how the rest of the group feels about this situation and gain a more in-depth understanding of the IRP case.

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