Cheryl Graeve currently serves as the National Community Organizer with the National Institute for Civil Discourse to foster bridges of understanding across our divides through an initiative to Revive Civility and Respect. She has experience in democracy building, community organizing, issue campaign creation, training and civic leadership development.  She’s had the joy of working with passionate volunteer leaders in all 50 states as the Senior Director of Field Support for the League of Women Voters of the United States. She’s worked with the AFL-CIO on an international anti-child labor campaign. And from her home state of Minnesota, helped pass a state law to conduct voter registration through public agencies and worked for Congressman Gerry Sikorski.