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Office Contact Information
|Iowa Citizen Action Network
1620 Pleasant St Ste 227
Des Moines, Iowa 50314
Phone: (515) 277-5077
|Iowa Citizen Action Network|
941 25th Ave, PBM 335
Coralville, IA 52241
Phone: (319) 354-8116
Staff Email Addresses
|Sue Dinsdale, Executive Director||SDinsdale@IowaCAN.org|
|Frank Driscoll, Organizer||fdriscoll@IowaCAN.org|
|Jim McClanahan, Development and Membership Director||JMcClanahan@IowaCAN.org|
|Gayle Warner, Bookkeeper and Business Manager||GWarner@IowaCAN.org|
Sue Dinsdale, Executive Director, is responsible for the overall direction of the organization including financial management, staff supervision, affiliate relations and strategic planning. You can reach her at SDinsdale@IowaCAN.org and she works in our Des Moines office at 515.277.5077
Frank Driscoll, Organizer, works on the issue campaigns, carries out public actions in coalition with partner groups, and conducts grassroots lobbying. He works in the Des Moines Office and can be reached at fdriscoll@IowaCAN.org or 515.277.7721.
Jim McClanahan, Development and Membership Director, is in charge of membership fundraising, membership donor relations, and annual fundraising coordination and projects. He is also in charge of Membership Administration. He works out of the Iowa City area and can be reached at JMcClanahan@IowaCAN.org or or 319.325.2263.
Gayle Warner, Bookkeeper and Business Manager, handles ICAN’s accounting needs as well as general office administration and other operations duties. She works out of the Iowa City area and can be reached at GWarner@IowaCAN.org or 319.325.5194.
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Iowa Citizen Action Network (ICAN) is a grassroots public interest organization and progressive political coalition committed to creating social change in Iowa and across the nation. ICAN has united Iowa's progressives for over 30 years and is leading efforts to change the public climate for progressive change. ICAN has nearly 40 organizational affiliates from a wide range of constituencies, including religious, community, labor, senior, family farm and environmental organizations, and over 6,000 individual members.