(305) What’s next?

If you've been asking yourself "what's next?" since the Presidential Election (and I don't blame you if haven't - we've all needed to grieve and move on in our own ways)  - here's a list of orgs that could use your time, your network, and your money: - NAACP & NAACP Legal Defense Fund -... Continue Reading →

#328; one month until #MApoli’s Primaries

We here in Massachusetts are a lucky bunch. We have an incredible group of talented, passionate, liberal professionals running for our state offices this year. I do, however, have to make a choice about who I’m supporting. Next month is the Massachusetts state Primaries, s such, I’m proud to discuss which campaigns and candidates I’m... Continue Reading →

#315; 2013 & Me

Christmas is days away, and then a new year comes to town with all of its promise and excitement. This time of year is always nice (despite my Grinchy tendencies) with families coming together, long distance friends reaching out, and so many of us taking the time to express our gratitude and count our blessings.... Continue Reading →

#309; going straight to the Wild West

So excited to be joining Young Democrats from all over the country (last count? 45 states + DC & PR were represented!) in San Antonio, TX for a weekend of trainings, networking, and general awesomeness. I’m flying tonight, heading straight to Logan from my office in Copley, connecting in Atlanta, landing in Austin & then... Continue Reading →

#307; summertime in the city

As we approach my favorite holiday of the year (Fourth of July, of course), I took a moment today to catch up on “real life” work and realized suddenly that this summer has been much busier than most. It helps that in Massachusetts the campaign cycle seems to never end, but I’ve been happy to... Continue Reading →

#296; Progressive MA conf 2013 (#2)

Newton, MA — Education and the “Whole Child”. Walking into the education panel, I stopped to asked moderator and candidate for Boston City Council Suzanne Lee a quick question. “Hey hon, are you all gonna touch on mental health in the classroom in the panel just now?” I was told the panelists – MTA President... Continue Reading →

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