Interfaith Alliance Welcomes Adam Friedman to Team as New Engagement and Advocacy Associate

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October 17, 2023

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Interfaith Alliance Welcomes Adam Friedman to Team as New Engagement and Advocacy Associate

WASHINGTON—Interfaith Alliance is pleased to welcome Adam Friedman to its staff as the organization’s engagement and advocacy associate.

An organizer and advocate originally from Marin County, California, Friedman most recently worked on political campaigns in Northern Virginia. He first got involved with advocacy work through the Reform Jewish Youth Movement before co-founding Team ENOUGH, Brady United’s youth initiative.

Friedman studied political science and philosophy at George Washington University, where they supported advocacy efforts on pressing issues including sexual violence prevention, voter education, and commonsense gun violence prevention legislation. He is also an at-large member of the Commission on Social Action, the Union for Reform Judaism’s leadership body for action on social justice issues.

“I’m thrilled to be joining such a storied organization fighting for true religious freedom,” said Friedman. “As a lifelong advocate for justice and a Reform Jew, I am grateful for the opportunity to continue working toward a more inclusive United States.”

Friedman joins Interfaith Alliance as the organization continues to expand its affiliate presence in states across the country to mobilize local communities in defense of democracy and inclusive religious freedom. They will help local affiliates expand their capacity to challenge extremism, further true religious freedom, and strengthen democracy in their communities in addition to managing the organization’s democracy and voting rights portfolio.

“We are very excited to welcome Adam to our team as we confront critical threats to our democracy ahead of the 2024 election, from rising Christian nationalism to proliferating hate crimes,” said Rev. Paul Brandeis Raushenbush, president and CEO of Interfaith Alliance. “Adam’s experience organizing in communities to promote justice and equality will be a major asset as we galvanize people of many faiths and no faiths to help us achieve democracy together.”