John Prendergast

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Center for American Progress

In 2005 John Prendergast served on the Enough Project for Center for American Progress.[1] Co-Founder

Roosevelt Institute

In 2010 Prendergast sat on the National Advisory Board of the Roosevelt Institute. The namesakes of the Institute are Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. Historical leaders of the Progressive movement.[2]

Serving as advisors to the Roosevelt Institute are:[3]

The Roosevelt Institute works closely with many progressive political and educational organizations to encourage public debate, promote sound public policy and involve students in the civic life of their communities. In addition, they are supportive of the efforts of a wide range of groups involved in similar progressive causes. Partners include:[4]


  1. Annual Report 04-05
  2. Roosevelt History Roosevelt Institute, October 29, 2010
  3. National Advisory Board Roosevelt Institute, October 29, 2010
  4. Partners Roosevelt Institute, October 29, 2010