The Incorruptibles are a new kind of volunteer organization
We believe this progressive movement will only succeed if we incorporate the unique skills and perspectives of thousands of volunteers. We call this Radical Creative Diversity, and we live up to this belief with every new opportunity our volunteers come to us with.
Our core team is dedicated to training grassroots organizers, educating the 99% on runaway inequality, filling local government with true representatives of the people, and a strategy to take back all levels of government.
We are always looking for new volunteers. Sign up to get involved.
“We must be the change we wish to see in the world.” — Mahatma Ghandi
While volunteering full-time for the Bernie campaign Anna quit her career as a software developer to devote herself to Bernie’s political revolution. She's volunteered for Brand New Congress and helped mobilize volunteers for local candidates and Berkeley’s public financing ballot measure. Callahan continues to volunteer for Our Revolution and Indivisible, but like the others here she feels we need a truly organic, national movement to create a deep bench of politicians who can fight the real battle between the 1% and the rest of us.
Anna is excited about co-creating an organization that can use the strengths and experiences of every volunteer to take on the 1%.
“Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim” — Elie Wiesel
We must act, understand the truth, and train candidates to be incorruptible. It took work to form the corrupt system we have today; it will take work to dismantle this system and forge trustworthy leaders who represent the 99%. We can do it, together.
Liz worked for 17 years in education, psychology and human services. Simultaneously for much of that time, she was an events organizer in Boston. Liz is excited to lend her strengths to this vital movement.
“In our personal ambitions we are individualists. But in our seeking for economic and political progress as a nation, we all go up or else all go down as one people.” — Franklin D. Roosevelt
Tech nerd, designer, entrepreneur, and community volunteer turned grassroots political organizer during the 2015 Democratic Primary, Weiner is dedicated to bringing these hard skills back into the community for political empowerment. From her experience both building commercial services for the private sector and public volunteering for the community at election day polling stations, Weiner believes Government exists to serve the People, not corporations and campaign donors.
Weiner is excited to bring her passion for personal and community empowerment to The Incorruptibles’ many efforts.
“We must remember that intelligence is not enough. Intelligence plus character-that is the goal of true education. The complete education gives one not only power of concentration, but worthy objectives upon which to concentrate. ” — Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Activist, protester, organizer, and die-hard San Francisco Giants’ fan. Kabir studied Political Science at UC Davis, while there he was involved in Occupy UC Davis, when the infamous Pepper Spraying incident took place on November 18th, 2011, and was also elected to serve as an ASUCD Senator in 2012. Kabir is currently involved in a variety of progressive organizations in the East Bay Area, including serving on the Richmond Progressive Alliance Steering Committee as the Membership Chair and working with Our Revolution-East Bay, after volunteering for the Bernie Sanders campaign in Iowa in 2016. Kabir also serves as the President of the May Valley Neighborhood Council, within the City of Richmond.
“Freedom is never granted; it is won. Justice is never given; it is exacted.” — A. Philip Randolph
Norm is the elder(ly) statesman of the team. He cut his political teeth with S.D.S. in the 60’s. And although he never wavered in his radicalism, for various personal and political reasons, he put his activism on hold for much of his adult life. He is an ex-academic, an ex-petit bourgeois businessman, an ex-short order cook and another die-hard Giants’ fan. Now mostly retired, and faced with the continuing rise in income inequality, racism and the misguided foreign policy that are the hallmarks and the logical outcome of the Reagan revolution, Norm has resumed his activism by volunteering with Indivisible, Jewish Voice for Peace and – especially – the Incorruptibles. He sees the Incorruptibles’ agenda as perhaps the most hopeful road to achieve a radical transformation of society.
American politics have become dominated by the interests of large corporations and wealthy individuals. Morgan was drawn to the Incorruptibles because of the focus on developing leaders who have integrity.
After graduating with a Master’s degree in Computer Science, Morgan worked as a Software and DevOps Engineer for the past three years. He uses technology to protect civil liberties, currently running eight relays on the Tor network, which helps protect the privacy and anonymity of political dissidents, journalists, and regular human beings. As part of the Incorruptibles, He’s using his technical skills to deploy and manage the systems we need to be a successful organization.