Sabrina Bornstein: By making this invisible industry visible, Trash | Track is helping bring our trash problem out of the shadows and into public awareness.
Sabrina is a research and policy analyst for LAANE’s Waste & Recycling Project. Before joining the LAANE team, Sabrina worked on green jobs and clean technology attraction strategy for the Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles (CRA/LA). Prior to that she worked in affordable housing and economic development for New York City's Habitat for Humanity office and The Concord Group in San Francisco. She holds a bachelor’s degree in urban studies from Stanford University and a master’s degree in urban planning from UCLA. Sabrina lives in Hollywood where she enjoys hiking, farmers’ markets and Thai food.
Dave Zirin: She is our Jordan. She is our Jim Brown. She is our Babe Ruth, calling his shots. She is no longer content to dodge bullets, but understands how to stop them. Serena is that rare athlete who has not only mastered her sport. She’s harnessed it.
Brent Budowsky: Many “journalists” treat Trump’s repeated verbal abuses against women as the charming idiosyncrasies of a celebrity, while Megyn Kelly treated them, correctly, as an appropriate question to ask a man seeking the presidency.
Robert Reich: California’s property taxes are already much lower than the national average. So even if corporations pay their full share, they’re still getting a great deal.