Dan Pearlman has served on PILP’s Board since its inception in 1986. Elected chair in 2011, Dan exhibits great passion for PILP’s work and lends his valuable knowledge and insight in furthering our mission. Following his service with the Peace Corps in Liberia, Dan spent a summer working with the Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee where he developed his interest in public interest law. Dan worked to further low-income housing rights of low-income persons for many years at the National Housing Law Project.
For more than a decade, Miye Goishi has lent her vision and expertise to the Boards of The Public Interest Law Project (PILP) and the Child Care Law Center (CCLC). On June 9, 2011, the Legal Aid Association of California honored Miye’s dedicated years of service at a San Francisco awards ceremony. Michael Rawson, Co-Director of the Public Interest Law Project, and Melissa Rodgers, Directing Attorney of the Child Care Law Center, presented Miye with the Award of Merit.