Khari Mosley is the Pennsylvania Regional Programs Manager for the BlueGreen Alliance. He was the Director of Green Economy Initiatives at GTECH Strategies, a nonprofit social enterprise investing in community revitalization through green economic development initiatives. He was also the former National Political Director for the League of Young Voters & National Policy Director for League of Young Voters Education Fund, respectively. He also served as the elected democratic chairman of Pittsburgh’s 22nd Ward from 2004 until May of 2010. He currently is a member of the 14th Ward Democratic Committee. Khari has received numerous awards for civic work including: Pittsburgh Magazine, League of Women Voters, The A. Phillip Randolph Institute, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, Citizens for Pennsylvania’s Future and the New Pittsburgh Courier. Khari attended Indiana Univ of PA where he studied political-science. He lives in Pittsburgh, with his wife Chelsa Wagner, the Allegheny County Controller, and their sons Thaddeus & Isaiah.