Clare Schexnyder is the Founder of the Public Service Party. She is also the founder of Stop School Shootings NOW and was a national organizer for the School Walkout on March 14th, 2018. Clare is a mom, an entrepreneur and founder of Oh Baby! Fitness and a community activist. She deeply believes that the only way Americans can take back control of their government is if they vote en masse and elect leaders who are public servants.
Gloria Wilson Moore is a political activist, advocate and organizer with a background in marketing/PR and a wide variety of leadership roles as an entrepreneur, corporate executive, and as founder of 2 national non-profit organizations. She’s a member of Leadership Atlanta and currently leads The Progressive Women Candidates Forum. Moore is the co-founder of Women’s March Alliance-Georgia and March On Georgia, an organizer with the Alliance for Black Lives, an active member of PaveItBlue and leads the ReSisters Event Planning Crew.
Dorothea (Dee) Dawkins-Haigler dedicates her life to public service through her role as an ordained minister, college educator, community activist and political strategist. Dee served 8 1/2 years as a Georgia State Representative from June 2008 – January 2017 During her tenure in the Georgia General Assembly she served as Chair of the Georgia Legislative Black Caucus and Chair of the Georgia Women’s Legislative Caucus. Dee served as the Chaplain for the National Black Caucus of State Legislators (NBCSL) , the National Director of Regional Coordinators for the National Organization of Black Elected Legislative Women (NOBEL Women) and State Director for both Women in Government and the National Council of State Legislators Women’s Network.
Dee is the Owner of DDH & Associates and Executive Director of TIME 1000—an organization dedicated to helping 1000 women and minorities get elected to public office or receive board appointments. Dee is the Founder/President of the Organization of World Leaders (OWL) a consortium of leaders in Government, Law, Business, Health, Finance & Politics dedicated to working together to build alliances for economic sustainability and growth in Africa and the diaspora. She is the Founder of One Georgia which is dedicated to bringing together clergy, elected officials, social and civic groups, civil rights organizations and fraternities and sororities for the collective purpose of promoting issues salient to the African American and Hispanic communities with a special emphasis on economic justice and parity. Dee is the Founder of the Minority Cannibas Coalition (MCC), an organization dedicated to promoting equity and access in the Cannibas Industry. Dee is advocate in the fight against human trafficking, domestic violence and teen dating violence which led her to produce the documentary/drama “Black Girls Die Too: The Back Page Murders” which chronicles the death of 14 Black Women murdered as a result of online human/sex trafficking.
Chalis Montgomery is mother, musician, and educator. She ran as a democrat for U.S. House District 10 in Georgia in 2018 and promised to “fight like a mother” for all Georgians. She wants healthcare for all, more maternal care and multi-faceted solutions for the opioid crisis. Montgomery considers it a goal of both political parties to improve jobs, education and healthcare, so Congress as a whole should be able to work together on these issues. “My focus has always been on children and families, from teaching and mentoring to advocacy. My fight has not been for notoriety or accolades, but for decency and compassion.”
Chloe Guzman is a junior at Decatur High School. She is an organizer for March for Our Lives Atlanta and a member of Georgia Student Alliance for Social Justice and Stop School Shootings NOW. Chloe believes standing up for what you believe, speaking out and VOTING is the only way to change our government. She’s working to mobilize student voters in her state and across the country.
David Trotter is the CEO of BlueDot Agency. AINM Organizer & Director of Marketing, David is an Atlanta-based marketing specialist, photographer, designer and grassroots organizer specializing in providing branding & promotion services for eco-conscious businesses & non-profit organizations. Born in North Georgia, David spent much of his life on the west coast (Venice Beach, California) where he created award-winning photography for both the fine art world and commercial markets. David’s true passion is in organizing events (like the Atlanta International Night Market) that celebrate unity, eco-consciousness, compassion, community and diversity. David is the Director of Facing Homelessness Atlanta, Founder, and Co-Director of Compassionate Kids International, Founder, and Editor-in-chief of the newspaper The Pine Lake Voice, Founder of Veggie Kids, Director of Marketing for Pine Lake Eco Arts Camp, Organizer of the Taste of Vietgie Vegan Festival & past chairman of the Arcado Environmental Committee.
Shaun Evans is co-founder of OC360. It is a social good agency with a vision to improve our society by working on initiatives that can impact our communities on a local, national and global scale. We aim to achieve this by establishing strategic partnerships with private, social and public sectors. We have just launched our flagship product, SGR, which is a site dedicated to sharing stories about people, businesses and governments making our world a better place.