Christine Wood, President
Christine Wood began her public interest career canvassing for environmental groups in Cleveland, Ohio during summers off from College. After graduating Yale, she joined the PIRG network of organizations. For more than a dozen years, Christine dedicated herself to organizing and development, including student organizing, field campaigns and directing canvasses, and building the development divisions. She was the database manager for the 2004 New Voters Project which organized voter registration and turn-out of hundreds of thousands of young voters in six states. Currently, Christine can be found, with her husband Kirk or her daughter, Vienne, and wielding a saws-all while renovating a 100-year-old home in Northwest Denver.
Ayodele Carroo, Treasurer/Clerk
Ayodele Carroo is the Vice President for Legal Affairs at NBCUniversal, Inc. In 2008, she directed the Community Voters Project, a non-partisan voter mobilization program to increase Rising American Electorate participation. Ayodele graduated from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in 1999 and Harvard Law School in 2002. After law school, she clerked for Justice Robert Eastaugh of the Alaska Supreme Court and practiced civil litigation at Jenner & Block in Washington, D.C., and Quinn Emanuel Urquhart Oliver & Hedges in Los Angeles, Calif. She joined the Fair Share Education Board in 2009.
Mia Moore, Board Member
Mia has been the Chief of staff at Democracy for America since 2009. She has a diverse background in organizing and fundraising -- dating all the way back to her college years at the University of Wisconsin. She began her professional organizing career working with students at the University of California-Berkeley, where she worked on the successful campaign calling on the state of California to get 20% of its energy from renewable sources by 2017.
Mia has also directed telephone outreach offices to raise money and connect such non-profit groups as MASSPIRG and Environment North Carolina with their membership. Before her current work with DFA, Mia directed the major gifts program for Toxics Action Center, increasing the gross income from this program by nearly 100% in two years. Finally, Mia worked with Fair Share helping with voter registration and GOTV efforts during the 2008 election.
When she's not working, you can find Mia biking, cross-country skiing, cooking up a storm with her husband, James, or playing with her children.