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Welcome to New CFPA Staffer, Danyell Williams!

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I'm very pleased to inform you that CFPA recently hired Danyell Williams to be our 25 hour per week Executive Assistant. Danyell began about five weeks ago, but we've been so busy we haven't yet had a chance to introduce her. She previously was employed for over 14 years with a corporate giving and philanthropy software company.

Danyell is in the CFPA headquarters in Princeton most weekdays from 10 AM until 3:30 PM. In addtion she helps host Zoom meetings and events on some evenings and weekends. Her email is dwilliams@peacecoalition.org if you would like to be in touch with her.

 

Edward A. Aguilar, J.D.
Pennsylvania Director

Edward A. Aguilar, J.D., Pennsylvania DirectorEd Aguilar is a lawyer, graduate of Temple University, Beasley School of Law, where he wrote his thesis on the Law of the Sea. He worked from 1978 on civil rights and prison reform as a lawyer and then as Pennsylvania Court Special Master. His activism for peace goes back to the Vietnam War, and the struggle for civil rights. He was also an Adjunct Professor of Law, teaching international law at St. Josephs University.

Ed was president, Lawyers Alliance for World Security (LAWS) Pennsylvania (1986-2006), led in D.C. by former U.S. Disarmament Ambassador, Tom Graham, Jr. In that capacity he worked to assist in writing the first drafts of the Nuclear Weapons Convention, now known as the Nuclear Ban Treaty. I2012, Ed was appointed Pennsylvania Director of the Coalition for Peace Action (CFPA), his current position.
After nuclear arms, CFPA calls global warming the second existential crisis for humanity, and seeks its end by US and global action. Ed is active in lobbying Congress for peace, climate action, and racial and economic justice, and most recently to help end the illegal invasion and war in Ukraine.

In 2015, Ed co-founded the No Wars, No Warming campaign at CFPA, which he chairs. Ed is married to Conna Clark, a talented fine arts expert, and they have two great grown children, Cris and Julia. Ed is a Board member, United Nations Association of Greater Philadelphia, and Resolution Media Fund, based in the Poconos, which produced Groundswell Rising, feature film on ending fracking.

February, 2022 Contact Ed at Aguilarcfpa1@gmail.com, or go to Peacecoalition.org.

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