Center for Policy Alternatives
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The Center for Policy Alternatives (CPA) according to their website is "the nation's leading nonpartisan progressive public policy and leadership development center serving state legislators, state policy organizations and state grassroots leaders."  They are listed as one of the corporate clients of American Viewpoint.
Linda Tarr-Whelan was "president and chief executive officer of the Center for Policy Alternatives from 1986 to 2001." 
- Tim McFeeley, Executive Director
In 2000 they received $300,000 from the Ford Foundation "For policy development, advocacy, women's leadership and an organizational sustainability plan to advance an economic justice agenda on gender equality." 
- Representative Nan Grogan Orrock - Board Co-Chair, Georgia House of Representatives
- Juan Sepulveda - Board Co-Chair, The Common Enterprise
- Senator G. Spencer Coggs - Wisconsin Senate
- Senator D. Scott Dibble - Minnesota Senate
- Representative Joyce Elliott - Arkansas House of Representatives
- Senator Rodney Ellis - Texas Senate
- Representative Jessica Farrar - Texas House of Representatives
- Jane Gruenebaum - Isaacson, Miller
- Representative Phyllis Gutierrez Kenney - Washington House of Representatives
- Congressman Kendrick Meek - U.S. House of Representatives
- Representative Helen Miller - Iowa General Assembly
- Melissa Mullinax - Service Employees International Union
- Donna Parson - Consultant
- Chellie Pingree - Common Cause
- Miles Rapoport - Board Secretary, Demos
- Antonio Riley - Wisconsin Housing & Economic Development Authority
- Mark Schmitt - New America Foundation
- Representative Dale Swenson - Kansas House of Representatives
- Representative Roy Takumi - Hawaii House of Representatives
- Representative Diana Urban - Connecticut House of Representatives
Resources and articles
Related Sourcewatch articles
- ↑ Tim McFeeley, Center for Policy Alternatives, accessed July 4, 2007.
- ↑ Linda Tarr-Whelan, salzburgseminar, accessed July 4, 2007.
- ↑ 2000 Annual Report, Ford Foundation, accessed July 4, 2007.