Bryan Erwin, executive Director
Bryan has been involved in progressive politics for the past 25 years. He is an alumnus of Senator Tom Daschle's office and President Obama's Administration. More importantly, he is a proud graduate of Riverhead High School and a native of Aquebogue.
He's for health care for children, raising the minimum wage and sensible gun laws. He lives in Mattituck with his wife, two daughters and a stuffed lemur.
cindy Morris, Campaign Director
Political activist, mom, business owner, former candidate. Cindy is working with TASC because she believes in fighting tooth and nail for progressive values here and throughout our country. By the way, Cindy also makes a mean tuna salad, is terrified of heights and hates the snow.
Shoshana Hershkowitz, Community Organizer
Shoshana Hershkowitz is an educator and political organizer, and the founder of Suffolk Progressives. She has spent two decades working in public and higher education, and is devoted to increasing civic engagement in Suffolk County. She looks forward to helping to get out the vote in our upcoming election!
Kelly DeVine, Paid Canvas Organizer
Kelly DeVine has served as the Artistic Director for the Global Peace Film Festival Artistic Director since 2006. Connecting story to community in action, the GPFF supports and amplifies the work of Central Florida civic, faith, educational and activist groups by curating film and media events to raise awareness and catalyze audiences. She has consulted on impact projects for award-winning documentaries such as Bully, How To Survive A Plague.
Emily Dwyer, Paid Canvas Organizer
Emily Dwyer is a rising freshman at George Washington University, and will be studying Political Science. She has devoted much of her time to activism and civic engagement throughout her life. She has volunteered and worked for three campaigns during her high school career, most recently the David Pechefsky Campaign for Congress. She strives to engage youth and spread the importance of political involvement to help create a more equal and representative government.