Joe Fuld founded The Campaign Workshop in 2009 after having been a partner at MSHC Partners. Joe has produced award-winning direct mail, digital, and creative strategies for a long list of political and advocacy clients, including the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, National Nurses United, Defenders of Wildlife, LIUNA, DC VOTE, Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund, as well as many other groups, candidates and ballot measures. Before becoming a Democratic political consultant, Joe served as the Northeast Political Director at the DNC in 1996, and between 1991-1995 managed 10 Democratic political campaigns throughout the country. He has been the lead trainer for the Gay & Lesbian Victory Institute’s Candidate and Campaign Training School for over 15 years. He also conducts political and advocacy trainings for many other groups and organizations. Joe serves on the board of the CAIR Coalition and The International Dyslexia Association.
Lizzie Kendrick is the Senior Vice President, Communications and Digital Strategy at The Climate Reality Project. She is also the former Vice President, Digital at The Campaign Workshop. Lizzie Kendrick has worked on a variety of advocacy and political clients, including the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network, California Nurses Association, the Pretrial Justice Institute, The Nature Conservancy, Fair Wisconsin and many others.
Lizzie was the Deputy Director of Online Marketing at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. During her 4 years at the DSCC, she helped raise over $25 million dollars online, developed and managed the DSCC’s innovative online marketing program, advised the committee on social media tactics, and worked with Senate campaigns across the USA. Her experience includes work for the Strategy Group, The Child Abuse Prevention Center in Orange County, and a deliciously brief stint as a baker at Buttercake Bakery in L.A. She served in the Peace Corps in the Republic of Kiribati and holds a degree in International Affairs from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
Courtney R. Snowden vast amount of experience from managing strategic partnerships at a tech startup company to having served as the Deputy Mayor for Greater Economic Opportunity in Washington, DC, appointed by Mayor Muriel Bowser in April 2015. A sixth-generation Washingtonian, Courtney was charged with rebuilding and revitalizing overlooked and underserved communities, with a focus on building a world-class workforce system and growing a vibrant small business ecosystem in the nation’s capital.Formerly a Principal at The Raben Group, a premiere progressive public policy firm, Courtney relied upon a wealth of grassroots organizing, electoral, and
policy experience to work for her clients. An accomplished political strategist, Courtney lobbied for the firm’s corporate and non-profit clients, including: Google, MasterCard, Airbnb, the National Urban League, the National Education Association, and Time Warner Cable. Courtney has previously worked for then Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), the Human Rights Campaign, the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), as well as a number of local, state, congressional and presidential campaigns.
Martín Diego Garcia dedicated his entire career to building a more representative democracy. Over the last nine years, he has trained and developed the leadership of thousands of candidates, campaign operatives and advocates fighting to uplift marginalized communities and advance a progressive and inclusive political agenda. Formerly the Director of Strategic Initiatives and External Affairs, at Wellstone Action, Martín focused on key external relationships and stakeholders continuously identifying opportunities for collaboration across all areas of programs and building state and national presence in key movement spaces.
Previously as the Director of Public & Political Leadership at Wellstone Action, Martín oversaw a talented team who provide national support to local and community owed leadership development projects through training, organizing tools, and technical assistance.
Hannah Willard is a campaign strategist specializing in legislative advocacy, crafting persuasive messages, and building winning coalitions. As Senior Director of Campaigns at Freedom for All Americans, Hannah partners with state-based LGBTQ advocacy organizations to advance state and federal nondiscrimination laws to protect LGBTQ people and their families.
Prior to joining the team at Freedom For All Americans, Hannah was Equality Florida’s Senior Policy Director and full-time lobbyist in the Florida Capitol. She previously managed the launch of Equality Florida’s Honor Them With Action campaign in the wake of the Pulse massacre in Orlando, and led Equality Florida’s marriage equality campaign to victory in 2015.
Hannah graduated magna cum laude from the University of Florida with degrees in Economics and Women’s Studies. She currently lives in Orlando, Florida.