A panel of local organizers and advocates share the info, influence, and inspiration surrounding local elections and talk us through the power we have to shape our community and organize for change.
About the speaker
Caitlin Constantine is a journalist, editor and voting rights advocate who has lived in Pinellas County for 20 years. She serves as the Voter Services co-chair and the Voter and Election Protection co-chair for the League of Women Voters in the St. Petersburg Area, in addition to being one of the co-leads for the national nonpartisan Election Protection coalition in Pinellas County. A graduate of USF St. Petersburg, she has worked in digital media for nearly 15 years, including nearly a decade as a digital producer with Bay News 9 and four years with The Penny Hoarder, where she currently serves as the deputy managing editor.
Arielle Mizrahi is a Field Organizer for Florida PIRG Students. She recruits, organizes, and trains college students across the state to run successful campaigns to increase voter turnout, ban single single-use plastics, alleviate hunger and homelessness and more. She has managed door-to-door citizen outreach offices in five states to pass environmental policies and protect public health, helped organize the largest student funding referendum in the country, and currently works with college students on campuses across the state. She has a degree in Sociology from Rutgers University with minors in Political Science and Criminology.
Harold Bryant Jr. is a St. Pete native and graduate of Gibbs High School and St. Petersburg College. He has 15 years of experience in program and event management, expertise in political campaign marketing and logistics, and a background in graphic design and branding. Harold is a dedicated community activist who is passionate about the political process, and is currently working with 8 Kingz Collective and Impact Clarity to address racial disparities and equity across St. Pete.
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