Shoshana Weissmann manages the Institute’s social media and email marketing, in addition to contributing graphics and video skills. She also works on occupational licensing reform and other issues, and has written for various publications, including The Wall Street Journal and USA Today.

Shoshana most recently managed digital communications for Opportunity Lives, a group that highlighted positive stories and policy solutions. Before that, she managed social media and wrote for The Weekly Standard. Earlier in her career, she managed digital communications for the America Rising PAC, where her strategy was highlighted in a piece that appeared in The New York Times.

Shoshana has been featured in MavPAC’s “Future 40” list, Red Alert Politics’ “30 Under 30,” and was the youngest person on the District of Columbia Republican Committee’s 2012 “35 Under 35” list. She is on the board of The Conservation Coalition and a member of the Federalist Society’s Regulatory Transparency Project state and local working group.

She lives in Washington and has a stuffed sloth named Grover G. Norsloth.

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