Millennial Action Council

Millennial Action Council

The national Millennial Action Council serves as MAP’s circle of highly-talented young professionals in Hubs across the country. Members commit various key resources to advance our efforts and serve as ambassadors for MAP’s mission in their local communities. We're thrilled to have two proven Millennial leaders, Lindsey Mask and Joshua Marcuse, serve as co-chairs of this important council.   Lindsey Mask, Co-Chair, Millennial Action Council Screen Shot 2013-11-19 at 10.10.18 PM Lindsey Mask is the Founder & Executive director of Ladies America, a national network of professional women connecting to advance personally and professionally.  The group has expanded to major cities across the US, including DC, NYC, LA, and San Francisco, focuses on mentorship and education in advocacy, business and technology, and hosts an annual women's conference called "Women Leading the Future".  In 2013, Lindsey was featured on the cover of Washington Life Magazine for being named a top thought leader under 40 in D.C.; she served on the G8 Young Leaders Board in 2012; is a co-founder of DC Entrepreneurship Week; and is on the Board of the Women Under Forty PAC, working to see more women under 40 elected to federal office.   Joshua Marcuse, Co-Chair, Millennial Action Council Screen Shot 2013-11-19 at 10.09.46 PM

Joshua Marcuse serves as Senior Advisor for Leadership and Organizational Development in OSD Policy where he works on policy innovation, leadership development, and organizational performance. Previously, he worked at Booz Allen Hamilton and the Council on Foreign Relations. He is also an Adjunct Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Josh is the founder and chairman of Young Professionals in Foreign Policy, a global nonprofit organization that fosters the next generation of foreign policy leadership. He is a moderate progressive and has volunteered on political campaigns in New Hampshire, Texas, and Virginia. Josh is a member of Gen44 and an advisor to America’s Impact, which encourages congressional candidates to engage on foreign policy. Josh is a New Yorker, but he lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife, Cathryn. He occasionally tweets at @joshuamarcuse.

 

The following young professionals currently serve on the 2014 Millennial Action Council: 

  • JP Schnapper-Casteras, Sidley Austin
  • John McCarthy, Future Civic Leaders
  • Andy Rabens, US Department of State
  • David Burd, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
  • Gordon Bronson, BehaviorMatrix and The Aspen Institute Global Alliances Program
  • Cori Sue Morris, US Department of State and Bitches Who Brunch
  • Michael Greenwald, US Department of Treasury
  • Abby Wilson, US Office of Personnel Management
  • Kim Sutton, United Nations Foundation
  • Arash Shirazi, Bullitt Agency
  • Jonah Wittkamper, Nexus
  • Sergio Fernandez de Cordova, PVBLIC Foundation
  • Fran Holuba, The White House
  • Mark Kogan, PolicyMic
  • Molly Spaeth, Ward Circle Strategies and Policy Mic
  • Clifton Yin, Energetics
  • Khaleelah PoRome, ESPN
  • Dan Kessler, Brandywine Realty Trust

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