Chairman of The Board 

 Mobley attended Antioch School of Law, where he received his M.A.degree in equal employment opportunity/employment law and his M.L.S. degree.
Mobley’s tenure in federal service began as the federal government started to implement affirmative action and equal employment opportunity programs in the private sector. 

Euille sat on the Alexandria School Board from 1974 to 1984 and on the Alexandria City Council from 1994 to 2003, serving as vice mayor from 1997 to 2000. He won election as the first African American mayor in Alexandria from 2003-2016. He is also the CEO of The Euille Group LLC. Which is a business development, government relations, strategic planning and management consulting firm.


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Judge Burnett is currently the national executive director of the National African American Drug Policy Coalition, Inc. (NAADPC). One of the many objectives of the NAADPC is to restore equity to the criminal justice system by addressing the disproportional adverse effect of drug law enforcement on people of color and the poor.