Young Greens Steering Committee

The Young Greens Steering Committee is comprised of 11 positions. For more information about the roles and responsibilities of Steering Committee members, please see the YGUS By-laws

Co-Chair, Alison Bittick

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Co-Chair, Jacob Falzone

Jacob is an adult student at Guilford College pursuing the following degrees: History B.A. and German Language and Culture B.A. with a minor in Philosophy. He intends to attend law school after graduation and practice environmental law. Jacob is most passionate about social justice and environmental wisdom. As a Young Green, Jacob has been rigorously involved with the national party, his local party, and the YGUS. In 2016 Jacob volunteered to be a regional volunteer coordinator for the Stein/Baraka campaign working directly with the state volunteer coordinator. On behalf of the YGUS, Jacob worked closely with the founding members of the International Indigenous Youth Council to co-organize a student and youth assembly on 19 January 2017 in Washing D.C. Also in 2017 he helped co-found the Triad North Carolina Greens. As co-chair he looks forward to working with his fellow committee members to address the issues facing young Americans. 

Co-Chair, Brendan Phillips

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Co-Chair, Brian Tholl

Brian Tholl grew up in South Suburban Chicago and now resides in New Jersey where he is the Young Greens/Campus Greens Coordinator. He joined the Green Party because of its commitment to peace and its resistance to the many forms of violence around the world. He received a BA from The Pennsylvania State University and is currently completing a PhD in Italian Studies at Rutgers University, where he is writing a dissertation on the connection between fascist national security policy and present-day immigration policy and detention centers in Italy.


Co-Chair, Aadam Hammond

Hi my name is Aadam Hammond. I am a mixed Native Hawaiian born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. I am married with 5 children. I have been registered Green since I was 18 so its been 11 years now. I started my Activism in 2012 protesting excessive force used by police in my city. I became a board member to form my local Polynesian Community Center. I later joined the Native Hawaiian Sovereignty Movement in 2015. The Green Party's involvement in the 2016 Presidential Elections really opened my eyes to many things and helped expand my platform from Indigenous Activism to other Social Justice and Environmental issues across the board. I am extremely thankful for the opportunity to serve as a Young Green Co-Chair and am looking forward to helping us grow in places that we are lacking membership. 


Co-Chair, Eric Graf

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Treasurer, Steph Wild

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Secretary, Damian Gonzales

Damian Gonzales is a born and raised Coloradoan, Libertarian Socialist, Green Party leader, and community rights activist. Damian began his work in electoral politics in 2015 by volunteering as a phone banker for Bernie Sanders. In 2016 he served as the Caucus Captian and as a canvasser for the Sanders Campaign. After the Primary season, he moved on to the Green Party and immediately began working with Green leaders all over the Country to start to reach out to the communities that are the most vulnerable because of capitalism. He is also part of the Anti-Fracking movement in Colorado that is urging voters to support a State Constitutional amendment to ban fracking. Damian's primary focus is educating people about Ecological Socialism and the flaws of capitalism 

Delegate to the National Committee, Michael Dennis

Mike works to communicate the ideas, enthusiasm, and party vision of the Youth Caucus to the National Committee.  As a high school junior, Mike worked from the US House Floor as a page for the House Republican Caucus. Later, they assisted and managed capital offices for Democratic state legislators in Pennsylvania. Having worked intimately with both duopoly parties and seeing the corrupt system and ridiculous behavior it inspires, they became involved with third-party politics and the Green Party. Mike was the Systems Manager for the Stein/Baraka Campaign and Deputy Campaign Manager for Cheri Honkala’s campaign for State Representative.

Delegate to the National Committee, Tahirih Osborne

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Alternate Delegate to the National Committee, Zack Looney

Zack’s work in progressive activism began during high school when he was elected president of his high school’s Young Progressives club. Upon entering college, Zack found his home inside the Green Party and started a Young Greens chapter on MTSU’s campus. Zack has experience as a member on Healthy and Free TN’s Youth Council, advocating for reproductive rights and sexual health in addition to being a Tennessee Ambassador for Planned Parenthood. Much of Zack’s activist work has been focused on coalition building between advocates of various progressive issues. As a part of this push for intersectionality, Zack’s passion and activist work has been centered around ecology, anti-violence, civil rights for all, and reproductive rights. As a member of the Green Party Youth Caucus Steering Committee, Zack looks forward to doing all he can to strengthen and grow the party. 


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