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Isabelle is the founder and Executive Director of Vote For Freedom, an organization that seeks to protect election integrity globally by conducting novel research and analysis on the impact of technology on election integrity, capacity building for campaigns in emerging democracies, and support for global pro-democratic voices.
Previously, Isabelle was Global Head of Election Integrity Policy at Tiktok, where she developed policies to combat Election Misinformation, Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior and Synthetic Media. She built and led the team dedicated to safeguarding elections from harmful, deceptive content on the platform and partnered with electoral commissions globally to promote voter registration and education. Prior to her work at Tiktok, Isabelle was Digital and Technology Director at The Messina Group, working on Electoral, Legislative and Advocacy campaigns both domestically and internationally. Isabelle also currently serves as a Director at global strategic advisory firm, PA Group.
He recently served on the education group of President Biden’s Transition Team and was a member of the Blue Ribbon Commission on Pennsylvania’s Election Security at the University of Pittsburgh.
Previously, he served in the Army Reserve, worked as both a Public Defender and Assistant District Attorney in Allegheny County. From 1978 to 1991, he was US Attorney for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
He retired from the bench to serve as Chief Legal Counsel to University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
As the commonwealth's 46th governor, Corbett held Pennsylvania's highest office from January 18, 2011 through January 20, 2015. Corbett has a long and distinguished career serving citizens as assistant U.S. attorney, U.S. attorney, chair of the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency, Pennsylvania attorney general, and governor. Corbett has also served as a key advisor to U.S. presidents and governors.
Corbett served as a member of the Pennsylvania National Guard 28th Infantry Division from 1971 until 1984, rising from private to captain.
Prior to those positions, Congressman Dent served seven terms in Congress. He distinguished himself as a strong, independent leader who is well respected on both sides of the aisle. He was
co-chair of the Tuesday Group, a caucus of more than 50 center-right Republicans, where he
played an important role in many of the most challenging policy and political issues confronted
by Congress. He was also a founding member of the Problem Solvers Caucus.
Before his time in the U.S. House of Representatives, Congressman Dent served for six years in
the Pennsylvania State Senate and eight years in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.
She served two terms (2008-2015) as an elected Councilmember on Allegheny County Council where she represented 100,000 Pittsburgh residents. As primary sponsor, she led passage of legislation to prohibit discrimination against people based on gender identity or expression. In 2019, she was the PA Democratic nominee for Superior Court judge and garnered over 1.2 million votes.
She currently serves on the Boards of the Pittsburgh Zoo, Pittsburgh United, Women’s Law Project, Jubilee Kitchen, Keystone Progress, and on the Advisory Board for New Voices.
She has appeared as a guest on WQED’s IQ Smartparent, PCNC’s Night Talk, and as a weekly panelist on KDKA’s Around the Table. She has received numerous awards for her leadership in local politics and in the community, and served on Pittsburgh’s Community Task Force on Police Reform.
She is an alumna of Duke University and Northeastern University School of Law.
In November 1994, then Governor-elect Tom Ridge named Jones as a co-chair of his transition team. In May 1995, Ridge nominated Jones to serve as chairman of the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.
He has served on numerous nonprofit and foundation boards, including The Heinz Endowments and The Buhl Foundation and is the recipient of numerous civic leadership awards from organizations such as the University of Pittsburgh, the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh and the Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern Pennsylvania.
He is also a Professor of Practice in Temple University’s Master of Public Policy program and an Adjunct Instructor at Franklin and Marshall College.
He is a nationally recognized “civic entrepreneur” who throughout his career has created and led high impact initiatives to promote economic development and good government in Pennsylvania.
In May of 2021, he was appointed by the President of the Pennsylvania Bar Association to serve as chair of a statewide task force to study the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the delivery of legal services and to make recommendations to mitigate the disruption of services resulting from future catastrophes. The task force generated a comprehensive report that will serve as the foundation for enhancing the use of technology to assure that legal services will be delivered despite widespread disasters