EMERGING LEADERS NETWORK

What is the Sandra Day O’Connor Institute Emerging Leaders Network?

The Emerging Leaders Network (ELN) was formed in 2016 to promote to young adults the Sandra Day O’Connor Institute’s mission of improving civic engagement, civil discourse, and civics education.

We engage adults under 40 in gaining a greater understanding of the roots and structure of our democracy, building a network of civic-minded peers, and participating more fully as citizens in American life.

ELN is led by an Executive Council based in Phoenix, Arizona consisting of the following members:

ELN Executive Council

Jonathan Gelbart

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Director of Educational Initiatives and Innovation, Sandra Day O’Connor Institute. Chairman.

Mike Beller

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Director of Portfolio Management, Arizona Strategic Enterprise Technology (ASET) Office - State of Arizona. President, Phoenix Symphony Young Professionals.

Lilly Berkley

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Associate, OH Strategic Communications

Mikaela Colby

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Student, ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law

Judy Davila

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Attorney, National Labor Relations Board. President-elect, Los Abogados Hispanic Bar Association.

Maureen Feeney

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Assistant Attorney General, Arizona Attorney General’s Office

Adam McAnally

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Regulatory Analyst, SRP

Sentari Minor

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Arizona Director, Gen Next

Larry Sandigo

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Director of Outreach, Policy Advisor, and Counsel, Office of Congressman Greg Stanton

Ruth Soberanes

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Director of Trade and Investment at Greater Phoenix Economic Council

Caitlin Watters

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Recent graduate, ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law