Naomi Seligman is a nationally-recognized strategic communications and accountability leader who has spent decades working in government and political advocacy.
After years on Capitol Hill, she directed anti-corruption and transparency campaigns through organizations she helped launch and lead, including Citizens and Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) and Media Matters, to bring hold accountable powerful officials, expose political front groups and media disinformation and wage underdog campaigns against entrenched corporate interests.
During her career, she has also advocated on behalf of mission-driven organizations and whistleblowers, including an outed CIA agent.
Ms. Seligman is a former whistleblower herself.
Ms. Seligman has been an outspoken advocate for the #MeToo movement and in 2020 presented a TEDxTalk, Why we need to know #HowToMeToo, on strategies for taking the movement forward and empowering victims and survivors in all walks of life.
She has served as a Senior Fellow with the Brittingham Social Enterprise Lab, USC Marshall School of Business and is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts Amherst.