Dorien Blythers- YP4’10
Dorien Paul is a DC-based millennial scoring winning results for small businesses, non-profits, and campaigns seeking to connect with diverse and communities. His passion to eliminate the gap between underrepresented communities and mainstream social movements has propelled Dorien forward as an emerging leader on national issues.
Tasked by Environmental Defense Fund, Dorien helped lay the groundwork for the multi-faceted “Partnership for Environmental Leadership” between EDF and Howard University. The innovative partnership with a Historically Black University was the first initiative by a major environmental NGO of its kind.
Dorien first cut his teeth in electoral politics Obama for America field organizer in 2012, where he managed community field operations in Palm Beach County, FL. Since then he has continued to build at the intersections of politics, social good and strategic outreach landing him opportunities with Transportation for America, Kamala Harris for Senate, the Democratic National Convention, Hillary for America, and most recently, the Climate Action Campaign.
A dynamic keynote speaker, with recurring appearances on nationally syndicated television and radio programs, Dorien Paul is an emerging and fresh voice working tirelessly at the intersection of electoral politics and social good.
Location: Washington, D.C., DC, United States
- Issues Areas:
- Environmental Justice
Campus: Howard University - Washington, DC
Fellowship Class Year: 2010
- Fellow Groups:
- Alumni Board