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Caroline Bruister

Caroline Bruister

Public Affairs Consultant

Innovate Your State

San Francisco Bay Area

➢ Political Strategy: Over a decade of legislative advocacy and campaign success ➢ Technological Initiatives & Communication: Digital strategist and program director passionate about affecting change ➢ Community Leadership: More than 6 years of progressive responsibility in non-profits, including fundraising, boar...

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Junior League of San Francisco

Board Director At Large

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Innovate Your State

Public Affairs Consultant

Coalition building and community engagement specialist with a background connecting government, nonprofit and business. Strategic communication direction for on and offline campaigns. Passionate about innovation and inclusion in the public sphere.

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Junior Leagues of California State Public Affairs Committee

2014-2015 Co-Chair

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Junior League of California State Political Action Committee (SPAC)

Legislative Liaison and Communications Director

Founded in 1971, SPAC is a non-partisan statewide education and advocacy organization comprised of 16 California Junior Leagues. It is responsible for promoting voluntarism and legislation favorable to its member leagues' community projects. All advocacy efforts are targeted to legislation within four focus areas: Education, Family Support, Health and Violence Prevention. SPAC represents over 12,000 voting women throughout the state.

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Junior League of San Francisco

Public Affairs Council Director

The Junior League of San Francisco, Inc. is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

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Innovate Your State & OpenGov Inc. partnership means that at least 1.5 million Californians will have better access to their county budget information.

Kern, Sutter, Placer, Napa, and Mendocino will make finances open to the public. ——— November 10, 2015 (Redwood City, California) - OpenGov and Innova

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