Phil helps coordinate groups around the country to deploy high visibility, artful tactics with the Backbone Campaign as their Solidarity Brigade Coordinator. He enjoys getting into as much of what John Lewis called “good trouble” as possible and hopes to help MPP folks do the same. He enjoys getting outdoors around his town of Annapolis, MD.
Creative Arts Coordinator
Brennan joined the People’s Party because he believes in the possibility of reforming our political system into one centered around compassion and humanism — but that this will never happen while both major parties depend on corporate financing and, consequently, are sold out to corporate interests. He brings with him a combination of design leadership experience from running a boutique creative services agency, a degree in finance and social activism, and five years of organizing around various social and political issues. When he’s not working on People’s Party initiatives, you’ll probably find Brennan either lost in a game of online chess or rope swingin’ into a body of water around Austin, Texas.
Creative Arts Coordinator
David began his volunteer activism at the ground level for Bernie’s 2016 and 2020 campaigns. Holding a BFA in photography/film/video with over a decade of experience, he is excited to “be the change” through art. He is also an avid music lover – both at home and on stage.
Regina is a first generation American child of two immigrant parents from the Caribbean. She is a big believer in helping others reach their goals by volunteering in ways that help achieve equality as well as equity. She focuses on initiatives around youth education as well as minority and women entrepreneurs.
Rodrigo Brana believes in the vision of a just, peaceful and sustainable world, which is the only option if life is going to survive and thrive on this planet. Rodrigo is a naturalized US citizen. He grew up in Argentina and Chile and lived there a few years during the military dictatorship following Chile’s 9/11. His experience in latin America informs his views on the injustice of modern day colonialism and the destructive effect of capitalism on democracy. Rodrigo is an architect and runs his own small business. Rodrigo is vegan.
Emma is both a journalist and photojournalist. She has worked with numerous independent media outlets such as Empire Files, MintPress News, The Anti-Media, The Mind Unleashed, and Police the Police in various roles including social media manager, journalist, editor, and graphic and video content creator. Emma is an anti-war activist and currently sits on the board of Women Against Military Madness and was National Co-director of March on The Pentagon. She is a mom of two kids and two cats and can often be found traveling and exploring outdoors.
Founder and Political Outreach Coordinator
Nick was the national political outreach coordinator with Bernie 2016 and electoral manager with Our Revolution. He is a first generation American, his family having come to the U.S. from Chile. He enjoys sci-fi and imagining the world as it could be.
Tiffany Anning has been a passionate advocate for progressive policies since her Women’s Studies days at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. Following a few years of traveling the country working on political campaigns, she received a Master’s in Public Administration from the University of Louisville. In the years since she has done work for both non-profits and the government, with a brief stint in the private sector. She is thrilled to be a part of the Coordinator’s Circle of MPP and to join with others to advance the mission of becoming the new major party America so desperately needs. She lives outside of Boston, MA with her husband and two cats.
Born and raised in the rust belt, Thomas is a firm believer the power of organized labor, and in the idea that government and society should uplift and empower people. Tired of the never-ending games of the duopoly, Thomas joined MPP to build a new path for the country and our future. He is fluent in over 15 programming languages, familiar with various frameworks, knowledgeable about dev-ops and management, and is an experienced software engineer. Thomas is also pursuing a Master’s degree and his research focuses on theory of computation, esoteric instruction sets, and higher order programming paradigms. Thomas has a disability, is a former member of the National Federation of the Blind, his Father is disabled, and his Uncle is severely disabled.