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About the Board



Alan Borden, Esq. is a Consumer Protection Lawyer who advocates on behalf of Consumers in financial trouble. Alan was born to Cuban and Peruvian parents but born and raised in Texas. Alan graduated with a Bachelors in Government from the University of Texas and a Doctorate of Jurisprudence from South Texas College of Law. Alan has always been a passionate speaker and honed his trial skills in school through constantly competing in mock trial and moot court on the state and national level. After passing the Florida Bar in 2008, he settled in Tampa and dedicated himself to fighting for Consumer Rights in Florida. In 2012, Alan decided to strike out on his own and founded Borden Law, P.A. Three years later Alan was able to acquire an established older practice and became the owner of Debt Relief Legal Group, LLC. Alan’s firm handles cases ranging from foreclosure defense, creditor harassment, bankruptcy, mortgage modification, identity theft, credit repair, and debt settlement. He loves being an attorney and helping people navigate their way out of financial hardship. Alan is a fluent Spanish speaker, has an incredible wife, and two young boys.

Ali Sohail Ishaq is a citizen of the world having grown up/lived in Dubai (U.A.E), Karachi (Pakistan), Boise (Idaho), and Amman (Jordan). Ali heads strategic business development for the Retail market business of a Fortune 200 international manufacturing company in St. Petersburg, Florida. Prior to this, Ali worked in management consulting in Washington, D.C. where he helped leaders create and implement organizational strategy for a wide array of federal government clients including: law enforcement, IT, and national health and disaster preparedness.

As a State Department Fulbright Fellow in Jordan, he worked with the United Nations University and Project on Middle East Democracy to train youth activists across the Middle East/North Africa region on civic engagement. He subsequently became President of the National Capital Area Chapter of the Fulbright Association alumni group, during which time he developed and successfully deployed the organization’s young professionals initiative. He grew up in an entrepreneurial household, heavily involved in his family’s restaurant business in Idaho.

In addition to the NLC, Ali is part of the Leadership Tampa Bay program-a training program for regional leaders. He completed his MBA at Duke University where he was the graduation commencement speaker and undergraduate studies at Boise State University where he was the graduation commencement speaker and student body president.

Amina Spahic is the Curriculum Co-Chair for the New Leaders Council Tampa Bay. Amina earned dual degrees in public relations and business from the University of South Florida. She is the recipient of the USF Director’s Award, History of Achievement Award and the Business Ethics Initiative Scholarship. Amina currently works with progressive organizations in the Tampa area to solve issues relating to civil rights, education, and immigration. 

Breanna Adams, Psy.S., entrepreneur and educator, is a graduate of University of South Florida and Nova Southeastern University, respectively. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and Master’s in Psychology and Specialist in School Psychology. With over ten years of experience as a professional educator Breanna has expertise in the areas of data-based decision making, educational consulting, social and emotional learning and classroom management strategies. Her passion for education reform and solution-based problem-solving has led her to be actively sought after to provide training and support to education professionals and organizations. As an entrepreneur, who co-founded a successful after school Enrichment Company in 2012, DIVAs 4 Success, offers a STEM fused creative and language arts approach to enrichment. She enjoys fusing her expertise in gender-specific instructional strategies and data-based decision making to propel the company forward. Breanna, along with her business partner have been featured on Daytime TV and Bay News 9. Breanna has an excitement for life that is contagious and she enjoys networking and meeting new professionals. Breanna is committed to fostering an educational approach to train and educate professionals while equipping them with the tools to improve educational outcomes and student achievement from pre-school through high school. Breanna is the Selections Committee Co-Chair for the New Leaders Council Tampa Bay.

Cesar R. Hernandez is a first-generation American from Brooklyn, New York, moved to Tampa in 2008 to attend the University of South Florida, marking the beginning of a storied journey as a young leader blazing a trail to change the world.

Cesar’s impact across the globe includes engagement, social impact and development of projects in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. He represented the United States summits in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, where he held deliberations with world leaders and Nobel Laureates on current global challenges. At the Education Without Borders summit, attended by 3,000 participants representing 130 countries, Cesar delivered the #1 ranked policy presentation on his research and examination of American immigration and its contemporary challenges.

Perhaps Cesar’s most widely publicized role to date involves his leadership in the office of Government Relations and Strategic Partnerships for the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART).  He was the lead strategist in crafting the first ever public private partnership between a transit agency, a ride share company and an electric vehicle manufacturer (Tesla) to create one of the nation’s first Hyperlink rideshare and public transit integration projects. As well as, the building of an autonomous vehicle corridor in downtown Tampa.  

Cesar holds the unofficial world record for longest political speech conducted: during a hullabaloo over tuition hikes in 2011, he spoke on the issue for 24 straight hours. This passive yet bold protest wowed then-President Barack Obama and the First Lady, garnering Cesar an invitation to the White House. A proud alumni of the Hesselbein Global Academy and the New Leaders Council, Cesar is also a social documentarian who has produced three short films, including the Gasparilla Film Festival favorite: "The Prometheus Project.” The film highlighted the blight and violence surrounding the University Area of Hillsborough County known as "Suitcase City." 

A former Student Body President and University Trustee at USF where, he studied Bio-Medical Science, Political Science and Economics. Cesar also holds a certificate in Disruptive Strategies through Harvard Business School’s HBX platform and is a current  MBA candidate and class president at Brown University | IE Business School (IE Brown) , where his concentration is in innovation strategies. Cesar was recently named Entrepreneur of the Week by the prestigious Jonathan M. Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship at Brown University. He most recently launched a Civic Innovation, Public Affairs and Strategy firm called Publicus headquartered in YBor City.

He is an avid public speaker and two-time TEDx presenter and lauded for his TEDx presentation titled: The Power of the Selfless Being. 

David Hughes was a 2016 New Leaders Council Fellow and is a medical malpractice litigation attorney at Hill Ward Henderson.  After graduating from Haverford College with Honors in 2004, he spent two years in Roma, Texas as a fifth grade teacher in what was then the poorest county in the United States as a 2004 Teach for America fellow.  He graduated cum laude from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where he was a two-time moot court national finalist and served as a Research Editor at the UF Journal of Law & Public Policy.

David is currently serving a four year term as a board member on the Hillsborough County Health Care Advisory Board, which oversees a county budget of almost $90 Million for some 13,000 indigent Hillsborough County residents.  He remains committed to various social justice initiatives, mentors high school students through the Hillsborough County Take Stock in Children program, and serves as the precinct committeeman for Precinct 121 on behalf of the Hillsborough County Democratic Executive Committee.  David has published numerous articles in his area of law and frequently presents on a variety of hospital risk management issues.  He is also active in local political circles.

Ericka Leigh is an entrepreneur and sustainability advocate.  In 2016, Ericka founded Sewn Apart, a social enterprise making bowties out of old clothes as a statement about how much we waste as a society, as well as connecting our agricultural system to the fashion industry. Ericka is active in the Tampa Bay food community working on various projects with different actors regarding hunger and waste management. Currently, she is partnering with Where Love Grows, a non-profit addressing hunger in school-aged children. She has a genuine passion for making our community and the planet a better place, and an equal passion about food waste minimization, increasing composting efforts, and ways to make the food system more sustainable. Ericka earned her Masters from the Patel College of Global Sustainability at the University of South Florida. She completed her thesis in Lima, Peru while working with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations managing a project linking food security and school gardens.  Ericka is a Tampa native with New York roots and is also working on a series of paintings.

Faithe Estes is passionate about cross-cultural collaboration, and believes that a diverse community benefits us all. In college, she studied in France twice, was the lead Alumni Ambassador at her University, and finished with a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies, and Anthropology, minoring in Business and French. After college, Faithe moved to South Korea, then Spain, Scotland, and England to teach English as a Foreign Language. Spending nearly eight years overseas, she learned French and Spanish, traveled to 48 additional countries, and earned a Master's Degree in Bilingual and Multicultural Education. After subsequently running a Language School in Madrid, she felt it was time to return to the U.S. and find a city to call home, a city where she could take her education and experience and make a positive impact. Since moving to Tampa, Faithe has met and collaborated with wonderful members of the community, and worked with representing Hillsborough County. She has been a guest speaker at universities, is a published co-author, and has been a mentor to many students and recent graduates who wish to work and study overseas. Faithe hopes to continue on this path, utilizing her experience in immigration, and international education to benefit all members of our community. Her dream is to bring cultural exposure (varying ethnicities, languages, religions, art forms, and customs) to students who might not otherwise have the opportunity to learn about them. Thus, hopefully broadening perspectives and creating more inclusive and harmonious communities.

James Chan began his political career as an intern with United Faculty of Florida in Florida’s state capital of Tallahassee and then as Research Director for former Florida Chief Financial Officer Alex Sink at the Florida Next Foundation. He worked on the state and local government affairs team at Target Corporation’s headquarters in Minneapolis while he earned his Masters of Public Policy at the Hubert H. Humphrey School of Public Affairs. James then served as Deputy Campaign Director for Florida State Senator Geraldine Thompson and later went to work at C1 Bank in Tampa Bay. He is currently the Client Relations Manager for Lee Law Group, a law firm based in Tampa. In 2016, he was selected for the National Leadership Academy by the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies, a program aimed at training more AAPI’s to run for public office. He was also part of the 2016 class of Victory Empowerment Fellows, Victory Institute’s program to train more LGBT people of color to run for public office. In the past year, he’s served as the Deputy Chapter Director of New Leaders Council Orlando and is now serving as the Chapter Co-Director for New Leaders Council Tampa Bay. He’s an alum of College Leadership Florida Class XIII and Connect Florida Class VII, both programs within the Leadership Florida organization. James is a proud alum of the University of Florida and UF Hall of Fame inductee. He is also a proud graduate of the Humphrey School and serves on the Humphrey Alumni Board.

Jamie Klapholz was born and raised in Hollywood, Florida. Jamie’s foray into politics began with an internship at the United States House of Representatives in the office of Dennis J. Kucinich, where her research and legislative contributions were focused on the advancement of animal rights protections. Jamie serves as Treasurer of the Hillsborough County Young Democrats (HCYD), Treasurer of Tampa for Justice, Precinct Committeewoman for Precinct 121 on the Hillsborough County Democratic Executive Committee, as a member of the Board of Directors for WMNF Community Radio, and as a member of the Greater Tampa ACLU Legal Panel. She has appeared on live broadcasts of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) and News Channel 8 as a representative of HCYD.

A cum laude graduate of both the University of Florida and the University of Florida Levin College of Law, Jamie now practices health law with the law firm of Johnson Pope Bokor Ruppel & Burns, LLP. In her legal practice, Jamie represents licensed health care professionals and facilities in corporate transactions and regulatory matters involving state and federal governments and third-party payers. She is an alumna of the Hillsborough County Bar Association (HCBA) Leadership Institute, a member of the American Health Lawyers Association, the Health Law Sections of both the Florida Bar and HCBA, and often donates her time to provide pro bono legal assistance to economically disadvantaged members of our community.

Jasmine R. Mattear is a native of Tallahassee, Florida. In May of 2016, Jasmine received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of South Florida- Tampa. While attending the University of South Florida Jasmine served in multiple leadership capacities such as the Deputy Supervisor of Elections for Student Government, the Political Action Committee Chair for SISTUHS Inc., and the Social Action Chair for Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. In 2016, Jasmine played a significant role on the staff of the successful political campaign for freshman State Representative Sean Shaw. Jasmine went on to serve as the Administrator of Volunteers and as a field/phone bank Supervisor for Faith in Florida, an issue based campaign concerned with the multiple State Attorney races throughout Florida. Currently, she is employed as the Executive Aide for the Florida State House of Representatives, District 61. In addition to her professional accomplishments Jasmine is a first-year law student at Stetson University School of Law and an active member of various social and political based organizations within the Tampa Bay community. She currently serves as the Treasurer of the Hillsborough County Democratic Black Caucus, is the Campaign Director for the Hillsborough County Young Democrats, and the Regional Director of the Tampa Bay Area for the Florida Young Democrats. Jasmine places great emphasis on the concepts of community engagement, voter education, and community service. As a graduate of the 2017 class of the New Leaders Council Tampa Bay Chapter, she hopes to bring with her to the board a desire for the organization to give back to the community through service. As the newly appointed Co-Chair of Volunteering, she is eager to grow the philanthropic arm of the Tampa Bay NLC Chapter. 

Jessie Schneider began her involvement in politics and advocacy during high school shortly after she attended Girls State in Tallahassee, FL. Girls State is a leadership and citizenship program where a select group of high school juniors are given the opportunity to run a mock state legislature complete with elected municipal and state officials. After an exciting week of electing leaders, passing bills, and effecting change through a mock democracy, she was disappointed to see zero press coverage of Girls State when the paper had run a full write up on Boys State the week before. Since realizing disparity between the sexes (among other socioeconomic factors) still existed when the school text books said it was extinct, she has dedicated the past 15 years of her life to advocating for at-risk youths, equality for women, and social justice.

Jessie is a native Floridian. She was born in Miami, grew up in Sarasota, and ventured east on I-4 to attend college at the University of Central Florida. While at UCF Jessie was involved in advocacy for women’s issues including fundraising efforts with Don’t Skirt the Issue, a local non-profit working to end domestic violence. She graduated with a BA in Psychology and double minors in Women’s Studies and Sociology, being the first in her family to earn a four year degree. 

Shortly after graduating from UCF she started her career working with juveniles on probation for substance abuse performing psycho-social assessments and running rehabilitative group therapy sessions. Given complete creative freedom, she developed and delivered an educational program for children with emotional and behavioral challenges to teach them about brain development, how substance abuse can negatively impact their lives, and how to make better decisions under pressure. Throughout her career she has volunteered for progressive-value non-profits, raised funds for community organizations, and used her level of privilege to be an ally for those without fair access to social justice.

Lisa Thelwell is a federal prosecutor with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Florida. She is assigned to the Major Crimes Section of the Criminal Division, where she prosecutes a variety of cases including, but not limited to, human and sex trafficking, child pornography and fraudulent acts against the government. Prior to joining the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Lisa served as a local state prosecutor in Miami-Dade County from 2012 to 2016. A proud double Gator, Lisa graduated cum laude from the University of Florida, Frederic G. Levin College of Law in 2012 and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from the University of Florida, Warrington College of Business, with a minor in African American Studies and Leadership in 2008. While in law school, Lisa served as the Managing Editor for the University of Florida Journal of Law & Public Policy and the National Director of Communications for the National Black Law Students Association, for which she received the distinct honor of being named “National Board Member of the Year” for her outstanding service. Lisa is passionate about seeking the truth, serving as a voice for victims and the socially oppressed and ensuring that justice prevails. Her desire is to be a catalyst for change in the criminal justice system and public policy by zealously upholding the laws of this country while maintaining a spirit of honesty and integrity. Since relocating to Tampa in June 2016, Lisa was selected for membership into the Herbert G. Goldburg—Ronald K. Cacciatore Criminal Law American Inn of Courts and a 2017 Fellow for the Tampa Bay Chapter of the New Leaders Council. She is a former State Representative and Programs Chair for the South Florida Chapter of the National Black Prosecutors Association and a graduate of the Florida Bar’s Wm. Reece Smith, Jr. Leadership Academy. Lisa enjoys spending her time relaxing in the Florida sun, reading, and expanding her photography skills.

Maj Vasigh is a criminal defense attorney and small business owner based in downtown Tampa. Maj grew up in the Daytona Beach area and attended law school at the University of Florida, graduating in 2007. After law school, Maj moved to Tampa to begin his career as a trial attorney at the Public Defender’s office in Tampa. After gaining experience in the private sector as in-house counsel at an Inc. 500 marketing company, Maj returned to the practice of criminal law and started his business in 2013, taking full advantage of the growing economic recovery. Maj is proud to be a bilingual first-generation Iranian American, never taking for granted the opportunity afforded to him by the risks and hard work of his parents who came to this country looking for a better life. Maj lives in South Tampa with his wife, who is also a lawyer, and their rescued pitbull terrier, who remains comfortably unemployed. Maj is an aficionado of small batch bourbon and a huge fan of the Florida Gators.

Maya Brown is the Executive Assistant to the Hillsborough County State Attorney and Principal of MB Strategies, LLC - a political and nonprofit consulting and strategy firm. She is an alumna of the University of South Florida. Brown coordinated Give Day Tampa Bay 2015: a 24 hour online giving campaign that raised $1.7 million for 550 area nonprofits. While at the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay, she was selected as a Diversity Scholar for the Association of Fundraising Professionals’ 2016 International Fundraising Conference. Florida Politics recently recognized Brown as a ‘Rising Star’ for her work with the Hillsborough County Young Democrats as President. In 2017, Brown founded Hillsborough County Young Black Progressives, Inc. a nonpartisan organization committed to legislative advocacy, voter education and engagement, and training millennials of color for public service.

She worked in several capacities on political campaigns in the last three election cycles. Brown is a 2016 Fellow of New Leaders Council - Tampa Bay and past Communications Co-Chair. She serves as a board member of several nonprofit organizations, and also holds membership in several community, alumni, and honorary organizations.

Ralph Reid has lived in Tampa Bay for over ten years, having first moved to the area to attend the University of South Florida (USF) where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Education degrees. While attending USF, Ralph discovered his passion for leadership, politics, community service, and civic action. Combining these interests, Ralph has coauthored several academic works exploring gender and the judiciary. Additionally, he developed and taught leadership classes to undergraduate students at USF that explored the fundamentals of leadership in the political context.

Currently, Ralph is employed as a Strategic Performance Management Analyst for Pinellas County, where he functions as a coach and consultant to various county departments to assist them in developing performance metrics and meeting strategic goals. Prior to this work, Ralph was Executive and Legislative Assistant to Pinellas County Commissioner Charlie Justice, where he was tasked with managing the day-to-day operations of Commissioner’s office, providing constituent services, and representing the Commissioner at community events.

Ralph graduated from the NLC Institute in 2015 and joined the NLC Tampa Bay board shortly thereafter. He has served as Curriculum Co-Chair and Alumni Chair as part of his membership on the board.

Ralph and his wife live in the beautiful city of St. Petersburg, Florida.

Ryan Mitchell is a 15-year veteran firefighter paramedic and has served 17 years in the field of emergency medicine. Ryan is a Lieutenant and holds various leadership and teaching positions at the fire department, on various specialty teams, and throughout the county. He also works part-time as a paramedic in Pinellas County’s only trauma center. A USFSP alumnus, Ryan graduated with a Bachelors in Anthropology. His degree work led him around the world with a field school in Northern India and a National Science Foundation research project in Southern Ethiopia. Ryan has also worked on an archaeological research project in Argentine Patagonia and served as a paramedic in a field hospital in Haiti two weeks after the 2010 earthquake. An impassioned civic activist, Ryan has worked on community and social engagement projects since he was a child from working with city planners to redevelop his childhood playground while growing up in Toronto’s China Town to rising as a leading advocate for more public investment into activated urban space during St. Petersburg’s latest pier development project. Using music and creative visuals to engage the public in Pinellas County’s public transit proposal, Ryan has consistently kept his finger on the pulse of progressive issues throughout the Tampa Bay region. Most recently, Ryan, along with a team of fellow peers and professionals, co-founded Eat.Speak.St.Pete -- a local documentary series that utilizes food as a conduit to engage the public in social and issue-based commentary. The first documentary in the series featured civic leaders, as well as city council members, who joined together to share and speak about the issues facing St. Petersburg’s culturally and historically rich Southside. The premier event was sold out and included a public showing of the documentary followed by an hour-long community discussion that is already yielding actionable steps that the broader community can use as tools to become more involved. Ryan is a creative thinker and a go-to person when critical thinking and progressive ideas are needed to provide a solution-based response to local challenges. Whether it’s leading a crew to mitigate life and death circumstances in dynamic environments, or sitting down with city leaders to tackle urban issues, Ryan has dedicated his life to serving his fellow community. Ryan currently resides in beautiful and sunny St. Petersburg.

Stephanie Garza is a proud Miami native born to a Colombian immigrant mother and a Mexican-American father. She moved to Tampa in 2010 to attend the University of South Florida, where she received her B.A. in International Studies and Political Science with a certificate in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. After graduation, Garza worked as a field organizer in the West and South Tampa regions for the Charlie Crist for Governor campaign in 2014. Following the campaign, she joined Ruth’s List Florida, as the Campaign Development Director until mid 2016. Currently, Garza works as the Regional Director with For Florida’s Future Super PAC and 501(c)(4) Action Fund in the Hillsborough, Pasco, and Hernando tri-county area focusing her time on activist trainings, earned media events, and campus organizing around four main issues: creating economic prosperity, addressing climate change, building strong public schools, and supporting racial justice.

She began her days of community organizing as a fellow during the 2012 presidential re-election campaign in the New Tampa/USF area. She completed a Digital Professional Fellowship during the summer of 2015 with Organizing for Action in Chicago, and continues to seek opportunities to advance within the ranks of progressive organizing.  She is also the Region Four Director for the Hillsborough County Democratic Executive Committee, focusing on Get Out The Vote efforts in the New Tampa and North Tampa areas during every election cycle. She is also the proud Vice President of the newly reformed New Tampa Democratic Club spearheading their voter mobilization efforts while increasing civic and community engagement.  

Garza aspires to one-day work for a federal agency in the Washington D.C. area, assisting our nation in its counterterrorism and intelligence efforts.

Tammy Charles is an entrepreneur, consultant, writer, and speaker with experiences in non-profit and fund development, community relations, strategic analysis, and social enterprise development. In 2012, she graduated top of her business class from the University of Tampa with Magna Cum Laude distinction in Business Management. She later received her MBA and Nonprofit Leadership Certificate in 2016.

Tammy is currently the Director of Community Engagement at Frameworks where she is tasking with leading the development and marketing efforts of the organization. Previously, Tammy was the Senior Manager of Corporate Relations at Metropolitan Ministries. Through this role she raised nearly $800,000 in corporate giving and increased corporate engagement by over 20% through the development of compelling proposals and strategic partnerships with corporate partners.  She is currently developing her start up TMC Consulting where she will utilize her strategic gifts and passion for local community and international work in Haiti to empower and equip social entrepreneurs and grass roots community leaders to expand their mission and enhance their operations.

As a highly engaged member of the community Charles is an active leader with multiple organizations. She is the Vice Chair of the board of the YWCA Tampa Bay, the Chair of the Emerging Leaders of Tampa Bay’s Community Outreach Committee, and is the is the Protégé Mentorship Program Liaison of the Tampa Chamber’s Women of Influence Committee to name a few.

Charles has received numerous awards and accolades including the 2014 President Bill Clinton’s Commitment to Action Award, 2016 Tampa Bay Business Journal’s Up and Comer Award for the Under 30 Category,2017 New Leaders Council Fellow, was a finalist for the Tampa Chamber’s Deanne Dewey Roberts Emerging Leader Award, and was honored by The University of Tampa with the 2017 Young Alumnus Award for her professional accomplishments and civic engagement. 

Trenae Gayle serves as an advocate and motivational speaker. Formerly, involved in the foster care and judicial system, Trenae is the founder of “Secret’s Shouldn’t Hurt, Inc.” a sexual abuse and assault organization she shares her story and provides education, awareness, and prevention tools. On a mission to give acknowledgement to a form of abuse that isn't always easy to talk about while giving the true meaning to her sister organization “Broken Wings Still Fly”, she shares her testimony turning her pain into passion giving hope to others that you can overcome life challenges beating the odds that were against you.  With, a far broader approach not only helping individuals she hopes to guide children who won’t need to recover from their childhood as adults as she did. Not only a voice for the voiceless, or a survivor but she no longer hides behind a mask. She resides in Pinellas County, with her daughter Ki’Nyla, serving on the Pinellas County Homeless Leadership Board targeted to aid the homeless and works for the state of Florida as a Community Health Advocate.





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