GLORIA TOTTEN, Board Chair
Gloria is the founder and president of the Public Leadership Institute, a nonprofit group that develops model legislation designed to protect access to legalized abortion. Totten previously worked at Progressive Majority from 2001-2015, served as political director of NARAL from 1996-2001, and was the Executive Director for Maryland's state chapter of NARAL from 1993-1996. She also he worked as the education director for Pro-Choice Resources, president and lobbyist for the Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault, and media chair for It's Time Minnesota!
Anna Burger is currently an Advanced Leadership Fellow at Harvard University where she will lead an initiative to build a sustainable funding model for the progressive infrastructure and grassroots movement. Burger retired as Secretary-Treasurer of SEIU, the nation’s fastest growing union, after serving from 2001 to 2010. She was also the Chair of Change to Win, and the first woman to head an American labor federation. In 2006 and 2009, Burger was named one of Washingtonian Magazine's 100 Most Powerful Women in 2006 and 2009.
Richard Foos is the Founder of legendary music label Rhino Records and is currently CEO of Shout Factory. Shout! is one of the leading independent video and music companies in Entertainment. In 1973 Richard co-founded Rhino Records in a Westwood storefront together with Howard Bronson. Under Richard's leadership Rhino grew significantly until Time Warner bought the company in the late 1990's. Richard is a major philanthropist and strongly believes in merging ones social values with business and has installed a strong sense of purpose and giving back in all his business concerns. To this end he serves as Chairman Emeritus for Little Kids Rock and on the boards of The Nation Institute, Government Accountability Project, Chrysalis and other such non-profits that make a strong commitment to social progress.
Danny Goldberg, President of Gold Village Entertainment, has worked in the music business as a personal manager, record company President, public relations man and journalist since the late 1960s. Gold Village Entertainment was formed in July 2007 and marks the return to artist management for Goldberg. From 1983-1992, Goldberg was the founder and President of Gold Mountain Entertainment, an artist management firm whose clients included Nirvana, Hole, Sonic Youth, Bonnie Raitt, The Allman Brothers, Rickie Lee Jones and more. Directly prior to the creation of Gold Village Entertainment, Goldberg had been the CEO of Air America Radio from 2005 until mid-2006. Goldberg began his career as a music journalist having written for, among others, Rolling Stone, The Village Voice, and Billboard Magazine (for whom he reviewed the Woodstock Festival in 1969).” Danny was also a consultant on the HBO series “Vinyl”.