Donald Georgette, Founder & Chair
I’m 28 years old, recently married, working full time in IT sales and attending Johns Hopkins part-time for my MBA. I’m originally from Michigan and Indiana. This is my way of helping home.
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Catherine Darling, Co-Chair
I’m a 22 year old Virginia native, a recent graduate of St. John’s College, and work full time in cybersecurity sales in Washington, DC.
I aggregate data, brainstorm and review processes for Adopt-A-State. “Deliverables,” is my middle name.
Ryan Ko, At-Large
Dedicated to capitalizing on all of the wonderful positive energy coming out of the Women’s March and towards building a 50-state liberal and progressive movement cascading into 2018, 2020, and beyond. Authored a short guide on how to do so (including Adopt-A-State, of course!)
Management consultant at McKinsey & Company in Palo Alto, CA serving private, public, and social sector clients (with a focus on technology and K-12 education) across the US. Formerly: HFA staffer in Hampton Roads, VA as a Regional GOTV Director and Organizer, White House Intern in the Office of Public Engagement, off-and-on political campaign volunteer at federal/state/local levels. Computer scientist by academic training.
Watches The West Wing and listens to Fight Song on repeat to cope with the results of the 2016 election (and in-progress political dumpster fire).
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Spread The Vote fights voter suppression by helping citizens of states with Voter ID laws get the IDs they need to vote.
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