Ebonee was part of the inaugural 2019 cohort of the Blue Leadership Collaborative and is passionate about training and cultivating women of color in Democratic politics.
Ebonee is a proud Chicago native, a loving dog mom, and can always be found with a book in her hand.
Mark has over a decade of experience in Democratic campaigns and progressive advocacy. He led electoral engagement work at the Alliance for Youth Action, a leading young-voter focused nonprofit, and was the Campaign Manager for Higher Education Policy at the Center for American Progress.
Prior to those roles, Hatton was the Millennial Coalition Director in Florida for Hillary for America and served as Political Associate at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. Hatton got his start in politics working on a top-tier FL congressional race and then on a West Virginia US Senate race.
He is a graduate of the University of Florida and a 2021 BLC Fellow.
Before joining EL, Brittany spent her career working on local, state, and federal campaigns beginning in field, working her way through finance, and finally managing.
In 2019, Brittany participated in the inaugural Blue Leadership Collaborative class. A campaign and leadership training program focused on developing 360° political campaign managers.
Brittany is the first of her family to graduate college, attending Grand Valley State University. She lives outside of Cincinnati, Ohio with her husband, son, and dog.
After BLC, Meera went on to serve as a campaign manager in congressional races in Michigan and Florida. Now, she is a mail consultant at The Pivot Group, working with political organizations and candidates across the country.
Meera currently lives in Cambridge, MA. In her free time, she enjoys going to CrossFit classes and teaching herself how to play the guitar.
Currently Jindalae is running a competitive primary Executive race in Pittsburgh.
Rossy began her work in politics through community organizing in rural Central Oregon when she was fifteen years old through a library book club. Her passion was ignited by the lack of proper representation in a majority-minority county. Her work has been centered on uplifting and amplifying the voices of marginalized communities.
She is currently managing a State House Race in Virginia. When not on a race, you can find her hiking and exploring the Pacific Northwest.
Camille has spent the last few cycles working on competitive races in diverse districts where she has run risk-taking, innovative programs in order to build winning coalitions of voters.
A proud Latina woman, Camille approaches her work with an eye for cultural competency and talent diversification. She is committed to building teams that are not only effective, but reflect the values and shared backgrounds of those in the Democratic party. The same can be said for the strategies she uses in her work.
In 2022, she managed Congressman Josh Harder’s reelection in the newly drawn 9th Congressional District in California, which was one of the top 10 most expensive House races in the country. Anchored by the most diverse city in America, Camille managed a multi-pronged constituency outreach voter contact program to secure a decisive win that moved the Congressman’s seat from a Frontline seat to a safe Democratic seat for the start of the ‘24 cycle.
She is continually thinking about how to help Democrats reach diverse voters and broaden the party’s coalition of support at every level of the ballot, especially Legislative and Congressional, and is excited to support BLC as they continue to recruit and train upcoming top Democratic talent.
Throughout that, Jazz is most proud of the real life impact she gets to have on people in the community. From employment opportunities, educational services, or mentorship, Jazz is always focused on redistributing communal resources in a fair and systematic way.