Nancy Stephens

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Nancy Stephens

Liberty Hill Foundation

As at 2009, Nancy Stephens was a member of the Advisory Board of the Liberty Hill Foundation, a Los Angeles based organization seeking to advance movements for social change through a combination of grants, leadership training and alliance-building.[1]

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.[2]

2016 Spirit of Courage Awards

On November 17, 2016, Courage Campaign hosted the Sixth Annual Spirit of Courage Awards at the Taglyan Complex in Hollywood, to honor two courageous champions and inspiring leaders -- State Senator Holly Mitchell and author and activist Steve Phillips.

Special thanks to our sponsors: United Domestic Workers of America, National Union of Healthcare Workers, California Federation of Teachers, Lawrence Hess & Suzanne Hess, Rosenthal Family Foundation, Nancy Stephens and Jamie Wolf, Anne Frahn and Buzz Frahn, Lindsay Gardner & Karen Gardner, Jihee Huh & Peter Huh, Glen Dake, Renee Dake Wilson & Brian Wilson, Weston Milliken, Peg Yorkin, California Teachers Association, Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, Bruce Arena & Phyllis Arena, United Food and Commercial Workers, Suzi Dietz, Drug Policy Alliance, Jamie McGurk, ACLU, Quinn Delaney & Wayne Jordan, Tom Lockard, Streisand Foundation, Muriel Pollia Foundation, Irene Romero, Terri Weiss, Ken Kim and Johanna Kim, Janet Braun, UNITE HERE! Local 11, Stashimi, Fran Jemmott, Seeley Mudd Foundation, Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles, Laura Gowen, Capital & Main, and in loving memory of Jack Eustis.[3]

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