Shaleen Title has been involved with policy reform efforts since she co-founded the University of Illinois Students for Sensible Drug Policy chapter in 2002. She is an attorney currently serving as a legal specialist for the Colorado-based medical marijuana firm Vicente Sederberg, LLC. She also serves as state campaigns director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, where she manages the campaign activities of a global network of cops, judges, prosecutors, federal agents and corrections officials who support a legal and regulated model to control drugs. She holds a graduate degree in accounting; she worked in the multistate tax group of Deloitte Tax analyzing and identifying tax opportunities and assisting in preparing tax compliance and reviewing tax provisions for complex multistate clients. She was the 2010 recipient of the Hunter S. Thompson young attorney award and serves as co-chair of the National Lawyers Guild Drug Policy Committee. She lives in Boston and her hobbies include Bharatanatyam (classical Indian dancing) and teaching “know your rights” and personal finance classes as a volunteer.
Chase Purchases Airtime to Congratulate Itself for Misleading Donation Program
Posted on: December 21, 2011
Last Saturday night, NBC aired a JPMorgan Chase-financed television show described as a cross between an award show and a corporate advertisement. Filled with celebrity appearances, musical numbers, and many reminders that the show was “presented by Chase”, the two-hour show/commercial hybrid … more