Senior Associate, Communications
Pat McVeigh is a lawyer with an exceptional background in research, analysis and civic activism. Before turning to full-time volunteering for presidential campaigns and local educational issues, she worked in New Jersey as a faculty assistant at Seton Hall Law School, as a lawyer in private practice, then as clerk to state appeals court Judge Richard S. Cohen. After moving to California, she became a full-time volunteer, serving as chairman of various school district oversight committees, initiative campaigns, fund-raising projects and educational activities. She was also active in the presidential campaigns of Barack Obama in 2008 and John Kerry in 2004. Pat received a B.A., magna cum laude, from Montclair State University and a law degree from Seton Hall Law School.