Elspeth Gilmore, Program Coordinator, got involved with Resource Generation over two years ago and has since been committed to using her class privilege for social change. She is dedicated to working with people with class privilege as a strategic part of the larger movement for social justice and self-determination. Elspeth is a founding member of the Gulf South Allied Funders, a group of progressive donors who have partnered with the Twenty-First Century Foundation to support the equitable rebuilding in the Gulf South. She is also a member of the Movement Generation Support Committee, a donor circle supporting Movement Generation, a movement building project in the Bay Area focused on young progressive leaders. Prior to joining Resource Generation, Elspeth volunteered with Just Cause Oakland, a mass-based economic justice organization, and worked as a potter and a landscaper. She holds a BA from Earlham College." 
Resources and articles
- John Stauber, The Progressive Movement is a PR Front for Rich Democrats, March 15, 2013, CounterPunch.
- Staff, Resource Generation, accessed April 16, 2010.