Our dynamic team is a mix of organizers, campaigners, advocates, lawyers, researchers, digital communicators, fundraisers and administrators. We use grassroots campaigns, groundbreaking research and direct advocacy to fight for your rights to connect and communicate.
Craig has led Free Press and Free Press Action since 2011. For more than 15 years, he has been a leader in major campaigns at Free Press to safeguard Net Neutrality, stop media consolidation, oppose unchecked surveillance, defend public media and sustain quality journalism.
Named co-CEO in 2020, Jessica is an accomplished attorney and racial-justice advocate who works closely with the executive team and key stakeholders to develop and execute strategies to advance Free Press’ mission. She co-founded the Change the Terms coalition, which works to disrupt online hate.
Tauhid focuses on the News Voices project’s Philadelphia initiative to reimagine how the city’s local newsrooms approach their coverage of crime, violence and the criminal justice and carceral systems.
Amy edits all Free Press and Free Press Action communications. She also edits and monitors the Free Press website, coordinates and edits all blogs and helps create campaign, outreach and development materials.
Kimberly oversees organizational development, capacity building and financial-management activities and is a key member of our fundraising team. A co-founder of the organization, she's been at Free Press since 2003.
Amy oversees Free Press’ operations team, including human resources, IT, finance and facilities, and ensures compliance with state and federal regulations for employment, nonprofit corporations and advocacy.
Carmen works to protect the open internet, prevent media and telecom-industry concentration, promote affordable internet access and foster media diversity. She also coordinates responses to regulatory proposals that threaten to widen the digital divide.