||This article appears to be written like an advertisement. (January 2011)|
Judith Freeman is the co-founder and executive director of the New Organizing Institute, or NOI. She worked on the internet operations of the 2004 John Kerry presidential campaign and has served on the new media team of Barack Obama.
Freeman's prior experience includes a five-year stint at the University of Chicago. She served at the AFL-CIO as senior political strategist. She has been a panelist for national technology and politics conferences, including Netroots Nation.
In 2004, she spearheaded the formation of the New Organizing Institute by organizing a retreat of several dozen interested individuals who shared a vision that, in Freeman's words, "we could train a whole new generation of organizers who understood technology, who care about campaign management and who want to integrate the best of our volunteer and field organizing strategies with how you do things online."
- "Co-Founder and Executive Director". neworganizing.com.
- "Scaling Obama: Applying the Online Campaigning Lessons of '08 to State and Local Races". netrootsnation.org.
- "Q&A: A West Point for Community Organizing". good.is. July 28, 2010.
- "Results for Judith Freeman".