Melissa is the Project Manager for LPC’s Proyecto Oportunidad. She brings a range of experiences and leadership in advocacy, nationwide community organizing, and Get out the Vote voter mobilization. During Nevada’s 2010 U.S. Senate Campaign, Melissa helped lead voter contact and mobilization efforts and was instrumental in developing a bilingual team which mobilized over 270,000 labor members and their families to vote. Melissa is a graduate of Chapman University, where she obtained her degree in Communications and Journalism.
Kelly has a diverse background in community organizing, environmental sustainability and political activism. She is skilled in managing voter mobilization for statewide ballot initiatives, as well as congressional and legislative elections. Recently, she helped build the Working Families Win GOTV operation for the 2010 Nevada U.S. Senate race. Kelly received her B.A. in Politics from the University of California Santa Cruz in 2007. She specializes in online strategies in advertising, messaging and social networking.
Dyane is a lead organizer for LPC’s core group of community organizers. She was raised in a public service oriented family dedicated to social justice and equality. She has been involved in organizing, fundraising and advocating for the California Dream Act with AB 540 student organizations. Dyane received her B.A. in Political Science and dual Minors in Economics and History from Cal State University, Northridge.