“Is it any surprise that Congress has been unable to shape a sound national energy policy based on scientific evidence and the needs of all our people, not just the moneyed interests?”- Gus Speth
Martha Fuller Clark – Member of New Hampshire Senate; 12-year Representative to the New Hampshire House of Representatives; Nominee for the U.S. House of Representatives in 2000 and 2002.
Kenneth A. Gross – leads the Political Law practice at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP; former general counsel of the FEC; former professor of law at Georgetown University; advisor to NBC on election law issues included in “The West Wing.”
John C. Harris – retired clinical social worker and former Episcopal clergyman.
John Hennessey – former Dean of the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College; former Provost and interim President of the University of Vermont; Chair of the Governance Committee of Americans for Campaign Reform.
David L.K. Jeffrey – chairman of David Jeffrey Associates, Inc.; past Vice-President of Morgan Guaranty Trust Company of New York; Trustee of Englewood Community Foundation; Honorary Vice Chairman of New Jersey SEEDS an organization for the education of economically disadvantaged students.
Joseph Keefe – President of Pax World Management LLC; former Chair of the Democratic State Committee of New Hampshire; former member of the Democratic National Committee.
Matt Keller – former Legislative Director for Common Cause; former Legal Counsel to the United Nations World Food Program; currently Director for Europe, Middle East, Africa at One Laptop Per Child.
Barbara Lawton – Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin; serves on the National Leadership Council for the American Association of Colleges and Universities; member of the Advisory Board for Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government Public Diplomacy Collaborative; past Chair, National Lieutenant Governors Association.
Larry Noble - President and CEO of Americans for Campaign Reform.
Don Petterson – former Ambassador to Somalia, Tanzania and Sudan; author of “Inside Sudan: Political Islam, Conflict and Catastrophe” and “Revolution in Zanzibar: An American’s Cold War Tale.”
John Rauh, Chairman of the Board – Founder of Americans for Campaign Reform.
Elisabeth Reynolds – Executive Director, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Industrial Performance Center; former Harvard Fiske Scholar at Trinity College
Paul Sittenfeld – Managing Director, Robert W. Baird & Co.
Betty Tamposi – Assistant Secretary of State for Consular Affairs in President George H.W. Bush’s Administration; Partner at Tamposi Company; graduate of the Harvard University School of Divinity.
Brian F. Walsh – Former Chairman, Board of Selectmen, Hanover, New Hampshire; founder and original CEO of three technology start-ups including Spectra, Inc; watercolorist. Treasurer of Americans for Campaign Reform.
Frank Weil – currently Chairman of Abacus and Associates, Inc.; headed the International Trade Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce from 1977-1979; past CFO of Paine, Webber Inc.; past Chairman of the Board of the Smithsonian Institution; served on the Board of the Council for Excellence in Government.