Beth Broderick

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Beth Broderick is a veteran of stage and screen. She is best known for her portrayal of Aunt Zelda in the long-running hit TV series "Sabrina the Teenage Witch." In 1984, she founded MOMENTUM which was only the second AIDS program in existence at that time and produced numerous star-studded benefits and secured funding from a variety of sources. She was a founding member of the Celebrity Action Council for City Light Women's Rehabilitation Program and continues to provide resources for the Good Shepherd Home for battered women and children. Broderick is an active volunteer and fundraiser in Los Angeles for many political campaigns, including the campaigns of Walter Mondale, Bill Clinton and Howard Dean.[1]

Progressive Majority

In 2011 Beth Broderick served on the board of Progressive Majority.[2]

Santa Monica founding

From the founding of PAC+! This event was hosted in Santa Monica by Beth Broderick, Carol Coote, Nancy Stephens, Sara Nichols, Yolanda (Cookie) Parker, Steve Phillips, Ana Grande, Marcelo Gaete, & Greg Akili. Steve Phillips shares the plans for PAC+, a new national social justice political action committee with chapters in 15 states across the country.

This event was an advance preview of the strategic goals and targeting that PAC+ will be pursuing in 2012 and over the next ten years.[3]

PowerPac+ Board of Directors

PowerPAC+ Board of Directors, as of 2014 included Beth Broderick - Austin, TX Film and Television Actress.[4]

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