ACLU-DE BOARD LEADERSHIP
Kathryn M. Jakabcin, President ACLU-DE
Desmond Baker, Vice President ACLU-DE
Patricia S. Downing, Treasurer
Tom O'Brien, Treasurer, ACLU-DE Foundation
Peggy E Strine, National Board Representative
ACLU-DE BOARD MEMBERS
Adriana Leela Bohm
Adriana lives in Wilmington, DE, with her husband and two children. She earned her Ph.D. in Sociology from Temple University in 2002, coincidentally the same year she became a member of the ACLU. Adriana is a Sociology Professor at Delaware County Community College in Media, PA where she teaches stratification courses with a strong emphasis on white privilege and transgender equality and co-chairs the college’s Institutional Diversity Committee and the Faculty Diversity Committee. She has also recently been re-elected to the Red Clay School Board where she has taken the lead on introducing equity initiatives such as the Resolution for Safe and Inclusive Schools, the creation of the Diversity Committee, the Racial Equity Initiative, and the increase in race, trauma and LGBTQ focused Professional Development for employees.
Charito has spent her professional career studying, mastering and implementing established methods to promote peace and justice within society. She is a restorative justice practitioner and a passionate promoter of racial justice and the Latino culture. She has had rich and diverse experiences such as being a radio show host, an author, a storyteller and a teacher. Using her passion for her work and her ability to forge strong inter-personal connections, Charito has helped heal the wounds of crime, build communities and broaden cultural awareness.
Kathering "Kate" Sroog Cowperthwait
Alan E. Garfield
Dr. Guillermina Gonzalez
Leland R. Kent, Sr.
Elizabeth "Tizzy" Lockman
Rabbi Yair Robinson
Amy is a partner at the Wilmington office of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati. Her practice focuses on providing advice on Delaware corporate law. Amy was previously corporate counsel at a global software company, where she focused on corporate law issues and mergers and acquisitions. Prior to that, she practiced for several years in the Delaware corporate law counseling group at Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP.
Dr. Dan Young is an Assistant Professor in the College of Business at Wilmington University. He is the past CEO of Trustees of Color, a nonprofit created to improve diversity and inclusion on not-for-profit boards of directors. Dr. Young has a long background in entrepreneurship, from being one of the first adjunct professors at the Horn Program for Entrepreneurship at the University of Delaware to being the founder or co-owner of several Delaware startups, including Civitas Partners, Young Consulting Group, and eNymbus.