Executive Director and Team

About our Team

Our dedicated team work collaboratively virtually across the state. Our team is dedicated to reaching the voters and community building.

uyen Khuong

Founder / Executive Director

Vietnamese refugee and mother of 3! Read more about “Winn” here.

Cheryl marciano

HR director

Degree in Psychology and HR certifications including: SPHR, SHRM-CP, HCS, CHRS and FPC with over 17 years experience.

lizzie foley

director of online engagement

Master’s degree in sociology from Northeastern University and a Master’s degree in education from Harvard University.

Amie Maria

DIRECTOR OF FACEBOOK MODERATION

Emergency Room Registered Nurse, an LGBTQ+ proud woman, and fur-mom to a 6 year old Husky-mix named Zombie.

moira nelson

DIRECTOR OF DRUG POLICY REFORM

Recognized by the New Jersey State Legislature twice in 2017 and is an Advocacy Leader with the National Council for Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD-NJ.)

rachel green

CIVIL RIGHTS DIRECTOR, SOUTHERN REGIONAL DIRECTOR

Gloucester County NAACP Executive Board Member, 1st Vice President Gloucester County Federation of Democratic Women, National Coalition of 100 Black Women

amie tolomeo

FACEBOOK PAGE DIRECTOR

Professional Pet Stylist and owner of Grooming Salon in Edgewater Park. She is also Pagan & Non-Denominational Wedding Minister.

Dani pardo

director of graphic design

Full time public high school teacher, 12-year yearbook advisor, activist and graphic designer.

Pamela brug, m.d.

Union county co-chair

Board certified obstetrician-gynecologist, Dr. Brug is also on faculty of Rutgers University Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences.

Jeanne jordan

gloucester county co-chair

Jeanne grew up in Camden County and earned both a BA and MA from Rowan University. She taught in four NJ public school districts for thirty four years before retiring several years ago

devon mazza

ocean county co-chair

Devon’s passions include voting access and education, women’s rights and healthcare, public education, and climate change.

dennis gormley

gloucester/camden county co-chair

Now retired, Dennis worked as an IT specialist. He is actively engaged in the Irish music community and performs and teaches traditional Irish music.

michele van allen

northwest regional director

Sussex County Habitat for Humanity Executive Board for 8 years, State Committee Representative for Sussex County, ran for Freeholder in 2016, Hardyston Township Council in 2017 and 2018

jessica deluca

content creator

Jessica has been an elementary school teacher in New Jersey Public Schools for 12 years and was a recipient of the statewide Exemplary Educator Award for 2018

greg deluca

content creator

Master’s degree in piano performance from Boston Conservatory.  Greg has been teaching in New Jersey public schools since 2007.

milissa larstanna

event fundraising specialist

Democratic Committee Person for Stafford Township in Ocean County and serves as a Trustee on the Board of the Association for Hunterdon Developmental Center in Clinton, NJ

Tammi bathke

burlington county co-chair

Healthcare experience of 30 years. Known in the Burlington County community as an extraordinary volunteer and community advocate.

stacey abenstein

essex county co-chair

Long history of political activism and advocacy beginning in college with Student Assembly and NYPIRG. Through the years, Stacey has worked to advocate for inclusion and fairness in special education.

Kelly shea

warren county co-chair

Associate professor of English and director of First-Year Writing at Seton Hall University.

Alexander bland

cape may county co-chair

Winner of “The Giving Back Award” from the Press of Atlantic City, member of The Greater Woodbine Chamber of Commerce, Cape May County’s Indivisible, and Cape May County’s NAACP.

Lisa Bonanno

atlantic county co-chair

A registered nurse and mom of 5, Lisa works for access to effective healthcare for all and is an advocate for press freedom.

Anna Babitsky

warren county co-chair

After a successful career as an Information Technology executive, Anna is now concentrating on progressive issues, such as women’s reproductive rights and the protection of the environment. 

susan lavine coleman

burlingotn county co-chair

MBA from the Kellogg School of Management (Northwestern University.)
Has spent 40+ years working to increase access to affordable medications, including 25 years as President of NCI Consulting LLC (1995-2020.)

dan janowski

voter data developer

Deep technical background, Dan believes in environmental defense, equity and transparency in governance, and election finance reform

Executive Director and Team