|Name||Job title||Phone #||Social|
|Marcel Bassett||Public Affairs Specialistemail@example.com|
|Joseph Chaffin||Special Investigatorfirstname.lastname@example.org||(215) 685-0880|
|Anthony Erace||Deputy Executive Directoremail@example.com||(215) 685-0882|
|Taleah Grimmage||Policy Analystfirstname.lastname@example.org||(215) 685-3402|
|Daniel Guy||Executive Assistantemail@example.com||(215) 685-0884|
|Anjelica Hendricks||Policy Analystfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Roxanne Horrell||Policy Analystemail@example.com|
|Anastasia McCarthy||Policy Analystfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Hans Menos||Executive Director ||email@example.com||(215) 685-0874|
|Janine Zajac||Policy Analystfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Shawn Aleong is an advocate for civil rights and disability rights in his community and has made a great impact in many ways.
Mujeeb Chaudhary is a pharmacist who represents the Somerton, 7th District.
Benjamin Geffen joined the Public Interest Law Center in October 2010 following his completion of a clerkship with the Honorable Robert M. Levy in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Geffen’s work at the Law Center focuses on such issues as educational equity, voting rights, access to public records, and health care.
Ronda Goldfein is the executive director of the AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania. She represents the Rittenhouse Square area, 9th District.
Sarah Yeung is the director of planning and senior project manager at the Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation, a community-based non-profit organization where she manages community engagement efforts and affordable housing development.
George D. Mosee, Jr. retired from the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office after 28 years of service. Currently, he serves as executive director of the Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network. He is a Central High School and Temple University School of Law Alumni.
Bilal Abdul Qayyum is president and executive director of the Father’s Day Rally Committee, Inc. Qayyum, is an activist and a vocal leader in the Philadelphia community. He was an admintstrator in Philadelphia goverment and was instrumental in the creation of Philadelphia’s African American Chamber of Commerce and Philadelphia’s first Minority Enterpirise Development Conference.
Michael Rahming currently serves as a violence intervention counselor for the Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia. Previously, he served as a Youth Aid panelist for the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office.
Michael Wehrman, Ph.D., is a strategic researcher for a global nonprofit association, whose previous work includes research in the areas of predictors of recidivism and community responses to citizen-police oversight groups. He is a resident of Fishtown.