I'm not alleging any wrongdoing or shady behavior here, it's just that when something is labeled "grassroots" a person with the profile like Reshma Saujani is not what leaps first to my mind.
I think of grassroots as regular folks getting involved in politics, and not necessarily people who have done this sort of thing before. She seems like a dedicated Democratic activist and fundraiser who has been quite effective and a part of the existing Democratic infrastructure for some time.
The domain is registered to Reshma Saujani.
Reshma Saujani served in 1996 as an intern in President Clinton's White House.
She is listed as having received a "non-travel disbursement" of $55.34 from the 1997 Clinton inaugural committee.
She served as a delegate for New York to the 2004 Democratic convention.
She is a member of New York Women for Hillary Council.
She worked on Indian-American outreach for Clinton/Gore in 1996, and helped form South Asians for Kerry.
Before ethnic violence forced her family out of Uganda, she says her family was among the nation's wealthiest.
She works for the Carlyle-Blue Wave hedge fund, part of the Carlyle Group.
She has donated at least $1,500 to Sen. Clinton's campaign so far.
Here is a picture of her in 2004 with Terry McAuliffe, then the DNC chair, now the campaign chairman for Sen. Clinton.