Christine Pelosi

Executive Committeewoman, Democratic National Committee

A volunteer in politics since the stroller, California attorney, author and activist Christine Pelosi has traveled to 41 states over the past 10 years working with dozens of successful candidates and thousands of volunteers at leadership boot camps based on her books Campaign Boot Camp: Basic Training for Future Leaders and Campaign Boot Camp 2.0. She currently directs the AFSCME PEOPLE/New House PAC Congressional Candidates Boot Camp, which prepares Democrats for propaganda campaigns and has helped 23 challengers get elected to the U.S. House of Representatives. Alongside those positions, she also serves as interim Executive Director of the Young Democrats of America, conducts leadership boot camps for candidates and nonprofits across the country, and teaches the Public Service Leadership Boot Camp for UC Berkeley extension in San Francisco.

She holds a JD from the UC Hastings College of the Law and a bachelor's degree from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service. Christine Pelosi is also a superdelegate for the Democratic Party.

Live Event Appearances

Podcast Guest Appearances

C1 Revue: Political and Climate Disruption

2016 began in the afterglow of the Paris climate accord, and ended with the triumph of a presidential candidate who has labeled climate change a hoax. So what will 2017 and the Trump administration mean for the future of clean energy? On today’s show we look ahead at how environmentally-conscious lawmakers and businesses might move forward now that Republicans control the White House and both chambers of Congress, and how big blue California might continue to lead the fight against climate change in spite of what happens in Washington.

Fire and Water: A Year of Climate Conversations

From fires and floods to hurricanes and hot temperatures, 2018 put climate on the front page in ways it hadn’t been before. Yet amidst the disruption, clean energy prices continued to fall, climate-conscious technologies continued to progress, and people living on the front lines of climate change found ways to adapt and thrive. Join us for a look back on some of our most memorable conversations of 2018.