Below are the candidate statement booklets and sample ballots voting members will receive in the mail.
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The following are the KPFA Listener-Sponsored candidate promos as heard daily on-air!* Don Macleay Sharon Adams Barbara Whipperman Brian Oakchunas Sasha Futran Virginia Browning Tom Voorhees Scott Olsen Yuri Gottesman Janet Kobren David Lynch Richard Hart T.M. Scruggs Jeremy Miller William Campisi Marilla Arguelles Margy Wilkinson Leland Thompson To browse all of the candidates and
M E M O R A N D U M TO: All Interested Parties FROM: L. Joy Williams, National Election Supervisor DATE: September 22, 2015 RE: Election Calendar Updated As previously noted in my last update “Mailing of the Election Materials Delayed”, the ballot mailing for the upcoming Local Station Board Elections was delayed due
I, Marilla Argüelles, have developed, provided, and advocated 30 years for services to those facing trauma, deprivation, and stigma. I welcome the idea of serving KPFA because it’s given me my best teachers and allies. Everyday its programming helps me as an artist and teacher to battle bureaucratic obtuseness and lack of funds with creativity
Don Macleay for station board 2015. The community needs our community radio station to thrive and do quality journalism. With newspapers going out of print, investigative journalism running out of funds and big business buying up what media remains, our local, community owned and operated radio stations have become more needed than ever. We need
I’m Leland Thompson, born and raised in Oakland, CA. I have been a KPFA listener for the past 15 years. KPFA has been my resource for local programming, national and international news and music. My background is in management development and leadership coaching. I have spent over 25 years in retail and the technology industry
Please find below a memo from the KPFA Local Election Supervisor Nelsy Batista on the confirmed candidates for the 2015 KPFA Local Station Board election.
MEDIA: My career has been both in print and broadcasting working mostly for alternative newspapers and public radio and TV. I reported on social issues as a writer, program host and commentator. I also served on the KPFA Local Station Board, 2006 – 12 was a rebel on KQED’s then -elected board, 1992 – 98.
Margy Wilkinson, listener since 1960, member of the KPFA/LSB since 2011, and member of the Pacifica National Board since 2013; from July 2014, to May 2015, I voluntarily served as Pacifica’s interim executive director. KPFA is a vital, irreplaceable resource for the left and progressive community locally, nationally and worldwide. While Pacifica has been through