Jamie Perrapato is the Executive Director of Turn PA Blue, which she co-founded in January 2017. Prior to Turn PA Blue, Jamie worked as an attorney in the practice areas of commercial litigation, criminal law and civil litigation. Jamie is a passionate speaker and activist – she spoke at the 2018 Women’s March of Philadelphia on the topic of “Encouraging Women to Run for Elected Office.” Jamie received her B.A. from the College of New Jersey and her J.D. from Villanova University School of Law. Outside of Turn PA Blue, Jamie enjoys working out, reading, and watching her three kids play one of their many sports.
As the Operations Director of Turn PA Blue, Brian manages the day-to-day activities that occur behind the scenes for the organization including database management, research, communications, finances, and more. Prior to joining Turn PA Blue, Brian founded Indivisible Conshy and co-founded PA Together, a grassroots activist coalition. He has also created and managed several business entities, including Actively Engaged Democracy which is currently in development and will become a federated online platform for grassroots groups to organize at the precinct level. In addition, he has been teaching high school social studies for 23 years and is currently teaching government and economics. Brian received his B.A. in History from Bucknell University, his M.S. in Education from Wilkes University, and MBA from Western International University. When Brian isn’t working on Turn PA Blue, he enjoys traveling, outdoor activities, and supporting all five Philadelphia sports teams.
Director of Engagement
Andrea Koplove is the Director of Engagement for Turn PA Blue. She connects volunteers and grassroots groups with meaningful opportunities to support candidates through canvassing, phone banking, writing postcards to voters, and donating. Prior to Turn PA Blue, Andrea was a public defender. She received her B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and her J.D. from Temple University School of Law. Andrea enjoys Halloween, karaoke, mystery novels and talking to voters. Her favorite sixer is Allen Iverson.