Pronita Gupta

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Template:TOCnestleft Pronita Gupta is an experienced activist, having served in leadership roles at a number of organizations.

Gupta has been the Director of Programs of the Women Donors Network since 2007. She serves on the boards of the Center for Community Change and Human Impact Partners,[1] and as a Project Advisor with the Institute for Southern Studies.[2]

She is the partner of Deepak Pateriya.

Career history

In the past, Gupta has served as the Research Director for Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy, Research Director for SCOPE, Living Wage Campaign’s Research Director at the LA Alliance for a New Economy, Executive Director of the Institute for Southern Studies, and the Legislative Director of the U.S. Student Association.

Institute for Southern Studies Project Advisors

The following members served as Project Advisors at the Institute in December 2011:[2]

Kopkind Colony

The Kopkind Colony Program Advisory Committee, as of 2015;[3] The Kopkind Colony Honorary Board, as of 2015;[4] Angela Ards, Fred Azcarate, Jennifer Berkshire, Pamela Bridgewater, Francis Calpotura, Margaret Cerullo, Tim Costello, Kim Diehl, Heidi Dorow, Scott Douglas, Theo Emery, Laura Flanders, Ku‘umeaaloha Gomes, Joe Grabarz, Jennifer Gordon, Pronita Gupta, Muna Hamzeh, Amber Hollibaugh, Mary Howell, Janine Jackson, Si Kahn, Robin D. G. Kelley, KipuKai Kuali‘i, Brad Lander, Eric Mann, Nikki Morse, Scot Nakagawa, Debbie Nathan, Amy Newell, Rev. James Orange, Robert Pollin, Verandah Porche, Luis Rodriguez, Deb Schwartz, Barbara Smith, Makani Themba-Nixon, Jerry Tucker



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