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Event & Project Manager
Tiffany manages the annual conference and various programs at the Education Law Association.
Through her work at 1791 Delegates, Brenda provides bookkeeping services, drawing upon her expertise as a QuickBooks Certified ProAdvisor.
Edwin J. Greenlee, Ph.D., J.D.
Ed is a founding trustee of 1791 Delegates and brings decades of experience directing UPenn’s law library to his work as ELA's Publisher.
Brittany R. King
Drawing upon her expertise in online education, Brittany supports 1791 Delegates and the ELA with building professional development and continuing legal education programs.
Lead Software Engineer
Chetan is the Founder and Lead Software Engineer of Obtain Infotech, a web development company in partnership with 1791 Delegates. Together, they build and maintain social learning communities.
Nathan C. Walker, Ed.D.
Executive Director & Publisher
Nate is president of 1791 Delegates and brings two decades of executive experience leading membership organizations, and developing ed-tech and legal education programs.
We’re grateful for the insightful support and leadership of our graduate intern, Charlotte Bingham. We’re honored to work with and learn from our seasonal specialists, who provide contractual support from our colleagues at 1791 Delegates. They develop membership campaigns, curate education programs, and manage special events. We also celebrate leaders at Aiwos, a Dutch technology firm that supports 1791 Delegates in improving users’ workflow when proposing periodicals, book manuscripts, and conference papers.
Beatrice is a pre-law student at Jefferson University and has worked on membership campaigns and legal education programs at 1791 Delegates since 2019.
A graduate of Rutgers University, Earl has been working on various membership database projects and legal education initiatives at 1791 Delegates since 2020.
Pavi is currently a medical student, having begun her work at 1791 Delegates in 2020. She supports membership and First Amendment educational programs.
Based in the Netherlands, Jurriaan is a partner at Aiwos that supports 1791 Delegates in developing technology solutions for data-intensive platforms and workflows.
Jahnvi is a J.D./M.B.A. candidate at Villanova University and has served 1791 Delegates since 2000, where she has worked on First Amendment and membership programs.
Ayoub is an honors college student at Rutgers and has served 1791 Delegates since 2021, where he's worked on legal literacy and religious literacy programs.
Erik van Beek
Erik is a partner at Aiwos based in the Netherlands. He’s supporting the development of the custom proposal system used by ELA presenters, authors, editors, and reviewers.