• Alejandro Aranda: Since attending De Anza College to obtain my Associate of Arts degree, I have been a KPFA listener and supporter. I'm currently a licensed Vocational Nurse and was also previously employed in a private wound care center as the primary Hyperbaric technician and safety coordinator in that facility. The main reason why I decided to become part of KPFA's Community  Advisory Board is to help bring a voice to the underrepresented communities of which I myself belong.


  • Robin Collin: My background is in real estate development, currently with affordable nonprofit in North Richmond's hardest hit areas.  Served as City of Oakland Commissioner, volunteer at numerous events and locations for multiple causes and am here because I realize the importance of real information and the power of listener sponsored radio.


  • Reggie Davis: I am a 54 year old African American male who has been listening and been a member of KPFA since 1990. I recently retired after working 31 years with the Alameda County Probation Dept. as a Youth Counselor/Deputy Probation Officer and an Adult Administrator in which my duties included collaborating not only with law enforcement agencies but with community based organizations as well. I have also been a High School football coach and a youth basketball coach for the Oakland Recreation Dept.  


  • Jennifer Fazio: Educator in the Social Sciences, with a background Political Sociology, I am currently completing doctoral studies at UCB Berkeley.   Areas of research focus on social risk as youth risk as relates to the larger structural transformation of the post-liberal era. Other areas of interest include: cycling, racquetball and tennis.    


  • Judith Gips: Judith has been a Pacifica Radio listener and volunteer since childhood. Judith has been a community activist, health worker, teacher, information specialist for environmental and social justice organizations and social services in urban and rural communities in the US, Mexico and Central America. Judith has served on the KPFA CAB since 2010. She is a published nonfiction writer and poet, a single mother, and is applying to graduate school.


  • Rahman Jamaal: Rahman is a full-time professional Hip Hop/martial artist, music educator, activist, and actor who became active in his community over ten years ago. He helped pioneer the first freestyle rap curriculum to successfully engage students of all ages & backgrounds, and continues to work in the non-profit world through The Riekes Center, Hip Hop Chess Federation, and Hip Hop Congress.  He began volunteering at KPFA on the CAB after running for the LSB in 2010.


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  • Mary Prophet: Long time educator: elementary school teacher, student teacher supervisor, currently new teacher mentor in OUSD. Trade union activist: Alameda Co Cent. Labor Council, Steering Committee USLAW, Steering Com. LC4P&J, Youth Activist chair CTA Peace & Justice Caucus, and organizer of local free summer music concerts in Berkeley. Former KPFA Program Council member.


  • Carol Wolfley: facilitates mediation and provides communication support in Spanish and English. A retired teacher, she participates in poetry, dance and 'healing from the dominant culture' communities. She organizes current events conversations, including processing of thoughts and feelings about news, through the Connection Action Project and Transition Berkeley.


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